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OF
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FEPORT
F T
HE TECHNICAL SUB-CO4MITT
SUB-COMMITTEE
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F THE
THE
OF
INTERNATIONAL TRAWL
TRAWL FISHERY
F ISHERY CONMITTEE
COMMITTEE
Appointed By
Conference On
On Coordination
Coordination
The Second Conferencé
Of
Fisheries
O
f F
i s h e r i e s Regulations Between
CANADA
the
and the
UN1TE;D STATES
STATES
UNITED
Minutes of the
t h e Eighth Annual Meeting
June 27-29,
June
27-29, 1967
1967
Nanaimo,
B r i t i s h Columbia
Nanaimo, British
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CONTENTS
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1966 Trawl
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2.
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Status of
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the West
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Fisheries Agreements
Agreements Respecting
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Fisheries for
for
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Recommendations
Beeommendati~nsfor
for Cooperative
Cooperative Progrems
Programs for
for Conservation
Consemration
18
of
of Joint
Jobt Stocks
Stocks which
which are
are Exploited
Fjcplsited by
by Foreign
Foreign Fleets,000.0
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APPENDICES
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A, Agenda
Agenda
B0
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged Petrale
Petride Sole
Sole
Bo Dispersion
CCo Dispersion
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged English
English Sole
Sole
D0
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged Dover
Dover Sole
Sole
Do Dispersion
E0
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged Pacific
Pacific Cod
Cod
Eo Dispersion
F0
Fo Dispersion
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged Lingcod
L:hgcsd
2L
21
of the
the Technical
T e c W e d Sub-Committee
Sub-Committee of
of the
t h e International
h t e m a t f o n a l Trawl
Trawl
Report of
Fishery Committee
Committea appointed
zippobted by
by the
&he Second
Second Conference
Conference on
on Coordination
Coordination
Fishery
of Fisheries Regulations between Canada and
a d the United S
tates
States
DATE:
DATES
PLAE
June
June 27.-29
27-29,
1967
Biological
PARTICIPANTS
Stations
Nsnaimo, British Columbia
CANADA
-
C.,
i
Forrester
A., W., Argue
K0 S., Ketehen
S., J0 Westrheim (observer)
IL Wilson (observer)
UNITED STATES
Washington
D., E0 Kauffman
G., S., DiDonato
Oregon
Jo Mo
N.,Vsbn
Vanm
Hning
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bg
J0
Mo
Meehan
J, H
i, M
eehm
X,
I.,
Chainnan
Calif ornia
T0 Jci
PNFC
L., A., Verhoeven (observer)
CALL
C
XLTJ TO ORDER
The eighth annual meeting of
s f the
t h e Technical
T e e h L e d Sub.Crnmittee
Sub-Cormnittea w
as
was
called tto
o order a
2% l967
196679 by Chairnan
ChaiTo Jow
dow under
att Q9OO
0900 hours on June 27
T0
instructions
conmm.ittee
instmcti.ons set
s e t forth
f o r t hbybythe
theparent
p%~en&
csmie'tee;
in
The buahesa
business
in 19$90
l959
of
sf
tthe
h e meeting
ma guided
guided by
by aa prepared
prepared agenda
agenda which
which is
is included
included as
asAppendix
AppendixA.,
A,
meeting was
11,
II.
APPOThJT4ENT
OF
SECRETARY
AFPOSEJTWT O
F SECRSTARY
J, Van Hyning
H p h g , of Oreg~n,
to act
a c t as
as recording
recording
J.
Oregon, was appointed to
secretary
s
e e ~ e t a r yfor
f o r the
t h e meeting.
meeting.
1110
Iff o
APPROVAL
OF AAGENDA
APPRQVAL OF
A
The agenda as
ao circulated
c h e a t e d prior
p r i o r to
t o the
t h e meeting was
was approved and
each item discussed consecutively0
conseeuativeQo
1V0
IVo
STATUS
STATUS REPORTS
IEEgBFtS
T
T
lo Total Catch and Effort for the 1966 Trawl Fishery
lo
i a n and
and United
United States
States
The
The 1966
1966 otter
o t t e r trawl
%raw%catch
eatoh by
by canadian
fishermen
fromnoPtheaslem
northeastern PPacific
waters m
was
15 million
fishemen frm
a c i f i c waters
a 185
million pounds
pounds (Table
able 1i))
This was another
m o t h e r record catch,
catch, exceeding
exce&;Yirng the
t h e previous
previous 1965
1965 record
meo& (165
(165
by 20
20 million
miUfom pounds
portlado (12%)
(E$) and
and the
the mean
maan 10-year
10-year catch
catch
million
milPion pounds) by
T o t a l effort
ef.f~rb
(1956-65) of
~f137
137million
millionpounds
pounds by
by 448
mzilLi.on
pounds(35%)o
(.35$), Total
(l95665)
million
pounds
of 157,735
157#735hours
hours was
was aa5%
5% decrease
dssr~sosfrom
from the
the 166,182
166,ak82 hours
B o w s of
of 1965,
1965.
Highlights
Hi&Ugh%a of the
the 1966
1966 season
season included
Zncluded aa strong
strong Zoodfish
iodfPah
mmket and
and resulting
resulting record
record harvests
harvests of
s f Pacific
P a c i f i c cod
cod and
ad Pacific
P a c i f i c ocean
ocean perch,
perch,
market
and
and the
the beginning
beginning of
of aa Pacific
Pacific hake
hake fishery
f i 5 h w 7 in
inWashington0
WaollabgtIono Canada
Gmda and
and
Washington
Washington experienced
acperimc& record
record total
to%& catches
c8tehea which
in 1966
1966 were 55
55 and
and 69
69
in
million
while Oregon
Oregons
million pounds,
pswds, respectively,
mspectfvely, while
Ps production
pspcduetion declined
declined to
t o 26
26
million
of P
Pacific
ocean parch,
perch, md
and CCalifornias
mEUion pounds
p~undodue
due to
t o tthe
h e scarcity
searei-ky of
a c i f i c ocean
aiformhas
mab bed about
%boutthe
the same
stme &I
.%aprevious
prev5ous years
years ata t35
35million
miXLionpounds0
pounds,
reuained
as in
Alaskan
Alaskan catch
catch by
by Pacific
Paefffe Coast
Coast fishermen
fishemen was
was considered
con8idered negligible0
negligfbleo
The
The
The
Tha
market
different
market situation
aitw.t;iosl in
fin early
e a r l y 1967
1 9 6 7was
~ 3 much
much
s
dEfferent than
than 1966
1966 with
with boats
boats
on
many shifting
on limits
P M t a and many
s h i f t i n g to
t o other
other fisheries0
f i s h e r i e s o Canada
Canada reported aa small
small
but expanding
expanding export
exgo& market
mrke%for
f o r dogfish
dogfish products
p~odoactain
%n Europe0
Europe,
but
2
20 Ptrale
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Sole
The 1966
1966 total
t o t a l catch of
,5 million
nri%bl.Eonpounds
pounds was
was the
t h e same
m e as
sa
The
of 8
85
in
and Ood,
O4 million
(4) below
in 1965 and
m i U c m pounds (GI
below the
the lOyear
X L y e w mean
m e a n of
8.f8,9
8,9 million
miXLisn
pounds.
pounds
Table
Table 1.
1.
B.C.
B.C.
Wash.
Wash.
coastbybyCanadian
Canadianand.
and United.
United States vessels
in
Otter-trawl landings
landings on
on the
the west
west coast
Otter-trawl
vessels in
1965
1966 and
and mean
mean catch
catch ffor
1956-65, in
1965 and.
and 1966
o r 1956-65,
i n millions of
of pounds.
pounds.
1956-65
1950-65 Nean
?Tea?
Oregon
Oregon Calif.
1965
1965
Total
Total
B.C.
B.C.
Wash.
Wash. Oregon
Oregon Calif.
Calif.
Total
Total
B.C.
B.C.
1966
1966
Wash.
Wash. Oregon
Oregon Calif.
calif.
English
English sole
sole
1.6
1.6
4.4
4.4
1.8
1.8
4.2
4.2
12.0
12.0
1.3
1.5
3.8
3.8
1.7
1.7
4.9
4,9
11.7
11.7
1.2
1.2
3.7
3,7
Petrale
P e t r a l e sole
sole
1.0
1.0
3.0
3.0
1.9
1.9
3.0
3.0
8.9
8 9
1.3
1.3
2.7
2.7
1.8
1.8
2.7
2.7
8.5
8.5
1.3
1.3
Dover
Dover sole
sole
Rock
Rock sole
sole
Pacific
P a c i f i c cod
cod
0.3
0.3
2.5
2.5
0.7
0.7
8.0
8.0
4.2
4- 2
8.7
8.7
1.4
1.4
1.0
1.0
0.2
0.2
0.4
0.4
3.1
3.1
24.5
24.5
10.8
10.8
tr.
tr.
00
15.7
15.7
4.1
4.1
18.1
18.1
3.6
3.6
00
9.9
9.9
0.2
0.2
00
00
16.2
16.2
4.1
4.1
34.6
34.6
0.5
0.5
7.2
7.2
26.8
26.8
Lingcod
Lingcod
Sablefish
Sablef i s h
Pacific
P a c i f i c ocean
ocean
perch
perch
Other
Other rockfish
rockfish
Dogfish
Dogfish
Other
Other sp.
sp.
2.5
2.5
3.6
3.6
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.2
0.2
1.0
10
1.7
1.7
7.6
7.6
3.1
3.1
3.8
3.8
0.6
0.6
4.6
4.6
0.2
0.2
0.8
0.8
0.1
0.1
0.6
0.6
1.9
1.9
9.8
9.8
2.8
2.8
4.3
4.3
0.7
0.7
0.2
0.2
0.9
0.9
0.4
0.4
2.5
2.5
1.0
1.0
8.5
8.5
6,3
6.3
1.0
1.0
5.5
5.5
tr.
tr.
14.9
14.9
21.8
21.8
13.6
3.6
4.1
4.1
tr.
tr.
tr.
tr.
tr.
tr.
4.1
4.1
3.3
33
tr.
tr.
3.0
3.0
tr.
tr.
1.6
1.6
3.5
3.5
11.2
11.2
14.4
14.4
6.5
6.5
1.9
1.9
4.5
4.5
3.1
3.1
0.6
0.6
0.2
0.2
1.2
1.2
3.4
3p4
31.1
31.1
18.8
18.8
2.1
2.1
10.9
10.9
5.2
5.2
0.5
0.5
0.4
0.4
1.5
1.5
Animal
Animal food.
food
5.5
5.5
2.6
2.6
7.3
7.3
2.
2.
17.7
17.7
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
4.2
4.2
2.9
2.9
14.7
14.7
29.3
29.3
45.8
45.8
27.6
27.6
137.2
137.2
43.9
43.9
536
53A6
33.2
33.2
34.8
34.8
165.4
165.4
Total
Total lbs.
l b s . of
of
fish
fish
Total
Total hours
hours
3,4
3.4
9.9
9.9
0.2
0.2
25,634
25,634
64/
J 5-year
5-year average
average
6-year
6-year average
average
4f
4/
10.7
10.7
34.5
34.5
tr.
tr.
7.6
7.6
3.5
3.5
4.8
4.8
13.2
13.2
2.5
2.5
1.6
1.8
2.9
2.9
8.5
8.5
1.1
1.1
1.4
1.4
3.5
3.5
10.3
0
tr.
tr.
00
9.4
9.4
0.6
0.6
00
15.4
15.4
8.6
8.6
36.8
36.8
5.7
5.7
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.6
0.6
2.1
2.1
11.6
11.6
3.1
3.1
17.4
17.4
9.3
9.3
1.4
1.4
9.4
9.4
4.5
4.5
5.3
5.3
tr.
tr.
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2.3
2.3
tr.
tr.
3.6
3.6
27.1
27.1
23.6
23.61
1.8 w
1.8
16.8
16.8 I
4.8
4.8
7.2
7.2
3.5
3.5
2.4
2.4
17.9
17.9
54.6
54.6
68.9
68.9
26.2
26.2
35.2
35.2
184.9
184.9
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8.5
8.5
53,2530,062'52,598l6l,544
53,25&30,062 1/ 52,5981/ 161,544 29,029
29,029 49,600
49,600 29,254
29,254 58,299
58,299 166,182
166,182 28,124
28,124 51,837
51,837 23,676
23,676 54,098
54,098 157,735
157,735
%% of
of total
total
coastal
c o a s t a l catch
catch 21.4
21.4
33.4
33.4
Catch/hour-c a t ch/hour-2"
862'
1,0464"
lbs.
lbs.
1,04
86z2/
1// 7-year
7-year average
average
4.4
4.4
.
.
Total
Total
Excludes
Excludes dogfish
dogfish
20.1
20.1
950"
9 5 d
25.1
25.1
63l'
63lY
26.5
26.5
849
849
32.4
32.4
1,50#"1,081
1,5OP/l,C81
20.1
20.1
1,135
1,135
29.5
29.5
21.0
21.0
597
597
995
995
3 7
37.3
14.2
14.2
l,927"l,329
1,927. 1,329
1,107
1,107
4f
19.0
19.0
650
650
1,172
1,172
-4
-
The Canadian
Canadian catch
eatch of
of 1,3
103million
million pounds
pounds was
was the
t h e same
same
Canada,
Canadao The
as
as in
i n 1965
1965 and one-third
one-third greater
greater than
than the
t h e mean
mean 1956-65 catch.
catch,
The southern
southern
The
stock catch
eatch (Area
(Area 30)
3C) was
was little
l i t t l e more
more than
than half
k,&f that
that of
of 1965
$965 and
and the
the catch
catch
per
per effort
e f f o r t was
was considerably
considerably lower
lmr than
khan the
t h e previous
previous year
y e w and
andthe
t h e1O..year
10-yew
mean.
mean,
Average
Average length
length of
~f females
f d a s decreased
deereased slightly
s l i g h t l y in
in 1966.
1966,
boats
boats fished
fished Estevan
Estevm Deep.
Deep,
No
M3 Canadian
C
~
Landings
L%ndings of
of petrale
p e t r a l e sole
s o l e in
fn the
the northern
northern area
area
were
higher than
than in
b 1965
1965 and
and double
double the
t h e mean
meam catch
catch for
f o r the
the previous
prevfous
were 20% higher
10
10 years.
years,
Catches
Catches and landings of petrale
p e t r a l e sole by Canadians
6E%rasadimsare
a r e now
now
largely
l a r g e l y incidental
b e i d e n t a l to
t o those
those of
of other
other species.
speciesb
Washington,
Fashbgton,
Petrale
Petpale sole
sole landings
landings totaled
t o t a l e d 2.5
ZQ5 million
million pounds
pomds
in
in 1966, slightly
s l i g h t l y less
l e s s than
than in
in 1965,
$965, and
arid 0.4
Ood, million
mi.Uion pounds
pounds below
below the
the
previous
10-yeeap mean.
mean,
previous 10-year
Contributions
Contributions of
of' northern
zaor%hern and
and southern
sodhem stocks
~ $ % ~ ewere
were
k8
about equal
equal in
in catch
eatch and
and catch/effort.
~tefa/eff
about
little
o Relatively
Relatively
~~
l i t t l e activity
a c t i v i t y by
Washington
Washingbon trawlers
trawlers is
i s now
now occurring
o e e a ~ in
3n
g Hecate
H e a t e Strait.
Str&$,
Tot& landings
landings of
of 1.
X 0 8 million
mi39fon pounds
pounds were
were almost
d h o s % the
the
Oregon,
Oregono Total
same as
as in
fn 1965
1965 and
and the
theprevious
preplf.lcsua10.-year
18-year mean.
maan,
same
Catch per
ignificant
Catch
per ~
siiificant
landing
landing (where
( h e m the
t h e species
spacfas is
is: 29%
29% or
or greater
greater of
sf the
the total
tstd landing)
b d i n g ) has
bas
fluctuated between 4,200
pomds during
during the
%he past
pst 66 years.
Ye&FSa
fluctuated
4,200 and
and 5,6QO
56OO pounds
California.
C&ifomiao
The
The 1966
1966 catch
catch of
of 2.9
Xo9 million
million pounds
pounds was
m a 10%
1%
g m t e r than 1965 and 1
above tthe
h e 10-year
s u b a t m t i a l winter
swinter
greater
1%%
lO=year mean,
mean. AA substatia].
f i s h e r y occurred
o c c m only
only in
in Area
A r e a 1C
1 C where
where one.-half
one-%ad%of
of tthe
h e 744,0
~L&Wpound
gomd catch
catch
fishery
was made
made in
in January,
J m u v , February,
Decembero The
m e d.nter
winter fishery
f%a%sary
in Area
Area BB
was
February, and
ad December.
in
was
webs curtailed
curtailed by
by weather
weather and
and strikes.
aGr%keso
d
~
-5-53,
3
Lingcod
Lhged
Trawl landings
landings of
of 11.~6
li6 d
milon
X l f onpounds
poundsinin1966
1966were
were 18%
1%
greater
than tthe
98 million
greater than
h e 9,8
miU.Lon pounds
pomds in
in 1965
1965 and
a d 53%
53% greater
greater than
% h a tthe
he
10-year
of T06
76 million
10-yea mean sf
miUl,on pounds0
pounds,
Canadao
Canada0
Total
Total Canadian
C%n&imtrawl
t r a w l catch
catch of
of lingcod
l b g e o d in
in 1966
1966 at
a%403
4,3
million
75% greater
million pounds
pounds was
was slightly
s l i g h t l y greater
greater than the
t h e 1965
1965 catch,
catek, but 75%
gmater
than
than the
t h e 10-year
10-year mean0
mean,
Over
Over 60%
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QFthe
%he trawl
t r a w l catch
c&ch was
m s taken
taken fran
from
d
rounds off
~ a t s h / s f f ohas
has
~ increased
bcseased since
since l962
1962,
gr~lznds
off Vancouver
Vmcou~perIsland0
Island, Catch/effort
The
The trawl
t r a w l fishery
f i s h e r y accounts
aeeom%sfor
for 62%
62%of
sf the
the! total
total.. catch
eat& of
of lingood
bE.fngcd;; line
line
fishing
fishing has
has declined
declined
in
in
xnportance 5.n
in recent years0
%npofimes
y r n ~ ~ a ~
Washington0
The 1966
1966 lingcod
lingcod catch
e&eh reached
reached aa record
recsrpdl 507
5,7
W t a s h h ~ o n o The
million
million
million pounds,
pounds, up
up 1l
lol
&.Uion pounds
pounds or
o r 24%
24$ over
over 1965
1965 and
and 58%
5G$ over
over the
the
10-year
10-year mean0
meano
Catch/effort
hich is
Catch/effort in
5z-i PNFC
P W C Area
A r e a 3C
3Cg whZeR
i.8 the
tihe principal
pr%a?eip&
producing
Washington fLshemen,
fishermen, w
was
producing area
area ff oorr Washhgbon
as the
the highest of
of the
khe past
past 77
years
years on
on record0
recordo
Lancihgs in
k~
91966 were
weape slightly
s1ightly over
over 11million
m.iU90n pounds0
pounds,
Oregon0
1966
0reg0~3, Landings
Ths
my be
T h kisisalso
a l s o aa record
mco& but
but part
par% of
~f the
t h e increase
~ c m a s emay
be
an artifact
&ifat% due
due to
to
an
better
b e t t e r separation
separation of
of lingcod
1 h g c e d and
and sablefish
sabbef2s:B in
in the
t h e landings0
lmdhgs,
L, h g e d remains
remaha an
an incidental
incidental species
spee%eain
h the
the
California0
C e b ~ f o ~ aLingcod
California
California catch0
catch,
The 1966
1966 catch
catch was
@as Q6
0,6 million
d U i o n pounds
pounds compared
eornpared to
t o the
the
The
loo
1956-65
1956-65 mean
m e a n of 10 million
million pounds0
pomda,
4.
Pacific Cod
Landings
in
1966 of 37 million pounds exceeded 1965 landings
by 22 million
m
i
o
n pounds
pounds and
and were
mm twice
t x t c e as
as great
great as
as the
t h e 10-year
10-year mean0
mean,
by
In both
both
In
and 1966,
1966, cod w
was
1965 %nd
as the
t h e most important
h p o r t a a t single species
specfea in
in west coast
cast
landings
landings0
Canada0
Canadao
again tthe
he d
o m t species in
in B0C0
BOG,
Pacific cod ma
was again
dominant
trawl catches
than
catches wSth
with aa 1966
1966 catch
catchofof26,8
260gmiUion
millionposad*10S%
poundslC% greater than
in
and 2,
27
1Oyear mean0
in 1965 and
7' times
times the
t h e 10-year
mean,
Ketchen
he
ICetchen prepared
prepared aa review
review of tthe
BOG,
f i s h e r y for
for Pacific
Pac%fi.c cod
cod which
which included
haluded aa forecast
forecas-b for
for 1967
1967
B0C0 tray1
trawl fishery
based on
in
on an
an observed
observed relationship
relationship between
between size
s i z e of
of cod
c ~ landed
landed
d
in aa given
given
average fishing
Fishing success
S U C C ~ E Bin
in the
the succeeding
sucoeedhg year0
yearo
year and average
Anntial
kbnnva
variations in
in fishing
f i s h i n g success
sueeeaa depend
depend on
on highly
hlgh4.y variable
variable annual
ajnnwd recriit
ree.t"&:k1xnent0
mento
A
labor dispute
difficulties may
A labor
dEspute and
md market
market diffieuS.tfes
my preclude
preclude an
an assess
Bssesa-
ment of
h e vvalidity
a l i d i t y of
h e predletiono
merit
of t the
of tthe
prediction0
Wash$n&on,
Washington0
1966 PPacific
cod 1mdhga
landings of
of 9,4
94 miUola,
million
The 1966
s e i f i e cod
pounds
pounds
pounds were slightly
sl5ghtly less
l e a s than
than the
t h e 909
9,9 million
&iota
pounds landed
l a d e d in
in 1965
9965 but
but
still above
above the
t h e 1956..65
1956-65 average
of
still
average of
million poundso
pounds0
8,0O miUion
pounds; were
were three
three
Oregon0
landings in
in 1966
1966 of
of 628,W
62OOC pounds
oregono Total la.ndings
times higher than 1965
1965 and 171%
171% higher
higher than
than the
%;he 1O-year
1Gyear average0
alrerage,
iioted
that good
xasted that
good years
years
It mwass
northern areas were also
ffor
o r cod
cod in
in the nao~hesui
aAao reflected
rb.e.flecLed
in fisheries
fisher9es in
Sn. the
t h e southern
southern limit
E h & t of
of the
P,he range0
range,
in
California0
No Pacific cod were taken by California trawlers
in l966
5*
5
Paciffc Ocean
Oeem Perch
Pacific
The 1966
a n d h g s of
i o n pounds
1966 llandings
of 27
27Umillion
poundsdeclined
declinedacxn&&
somhat
1965 landings
landingsofof3131
million
pounds
above
th
lOyearm emn
from tthe
h e 1965
miUion
powinds
butbut
wsreare
above
tP.19
18-yesas
a n of
sf
t h e decrease
decrease was
m s in
in Oregon$
modest increases
increases
aU the
Oregon modest
15
15 mLllion
million poundse
pounds0 Almost aU
occurred in,
r i t i s h Columbia
C o l m b h and Mashh&ono
in B
British
Washington0
@=&ao
Canada0
Landings
L a n d h g s of
of perch
perch by
by B.C.
BoCe trawlers
trawlers in
h1966
1966 were
were 5.2
502
million
This is
i a almost
d m o s t 70%
70%greater
greater than in
in 1965
1965
million ppoundsa
o ~ drecord
record
s ~ catch0
catcho This
and almost
ah~s?%tsix
six times
times the
t h e mean
mean annual
annual catch
catch during
during the
t h e 1956.65
1956-65 period0
perfsdo The
and
The
bulk
b m of
of the
the catch
eateh was
was tsken
taken in
in Queen
Queen Charlotte
Ghm3,otte Sound
Sound (Areas
( h e a s 5A
5A and
and 5B).
5~)
The
The catch
catch per
per effort
e f f o r t remains
s d s
high, suggesting
saggesthg:
highs-,
,
(1) that
that Canadian
Gmadian fisherfisher(i)
men
learning how
how and
and where
here to
men are
are still
s t i l l in
in the
t h e process of
sf 3.earmbg
t o fish
fish f or
a r perch9
perch,
or
large. Westrheim
o r (2)
(2) tthe
h e stock is
f o very large,
Westrhek pointed
pointed out
out that
t h a t depth
depth sounders
saundera
5%
aboard
aboard the
t h e G. B. Reed
Reed do
do not
not usually
usually detect
detect rockfish
rockfish schools
s e h m l s beyond
beyond 170
170
fathcrnis.
Washington.
Washin&on,
Record landings
landings of
of 17.4
1y04million
~ l l i o pounds
npomds occurred
occurred
Record
orr 12.4
124 million
Seventy-one per
w r cent9
cent, o
millfon pounds9
pounds, came
cane from
from Queen
Queen
in
i n 1966.
1966* Seventy-one
Charlotte
Charlotte Sound.
Sound,
An
ds9 or
from the
An additional
addftP0na.l 4.1
4,l million
m.iE1fon pour
pounds,
or 24%
2&$, caine
@ m eProm
the
lower
lower west coast
coast of
of Vancouver
Vancouver Island.
Islando
Oregon,
The 1966
1966 landings
l a n d b g s of
of 4.5
4,,5 million
mil.3A.011 pounds
pounds were
were the
the
Oregono The
lowest
This is
i s aa decrease
decrease of
of 9.1
9 , l million
m5,Uisn pounds
pomds from
frm the
$he
lawest since
since 1960.
19600 This
1965
million pouuads
pounds and
and 1
1%%
less
average.
1965 record
record of
of 13,6
13,6 miUisn
lessthan
than the
%he10-year
3-0-yaverage,
Tbei
T h e r e was
was a8 decrease
decrease
in
in effort
e f f o r t due
due to
t o competition
competi.tio~awith
with the
t h e Russian
Russim fleet.
flea%,
The
The catch-per-unit
catch-per-unit effort
e f f o r t in
in most
most areas
weaa was
wds down
d m but
but one
one area
area brought
brought the
the
overall
o v e r a l l C/E
C / E up
up to
to aa high
high level0
level,
California,
Caifosnh,
L m d l n g s of
of Pacific
Pacific ocean
oaem perch
per& in
in California
California were
were
Landings
incidental
i n c i d e n t a l and
and amounted
amounted to
t o only
only 69000
6,000 pounds.
pomds0
6.
6,
English Sole
Sole
above
The
The 1966
9966 English
English.sole
sole catch
catch of
of 13.2
1 3 2 million
dKLion pounds
p ~ l ~ lwas
d s above
the
t h e 1965
1965 catch
catch of
of ll.7
1107million
million pounds
pounds and
and the
t h e 10-year
10-year mean
mean of
of 12.0
E , O million
miUfon
pounds,
~ O U I ~ 0S
- 8 -
Canada.,
Canada0
BOGs
0 2million
IKLU~
pounds
O ~ of
of English
B0C fishemen
fishermen landed
landed 1l2
pounds
sole,
s l i g h t l y bbelow
e l w 1965
t h e 10-year
10-yew mean,
sole, slightly
1965 and the
mean0 The incidental nature of
the
t h e catch continued
continued, making
makingassessment
assessment of
of the
t h e stocks
stocks virtually
virbual%yimpossible0
5.mpoaa%.bleo
The inshore fishery
f i s h e r y in
in the Strait
S t r a i t of
of Georgia
Georgia is
i s becoming
b e c o m g of
sf lesser
lesser
bnportmce because
because it
it is
i s more
more profitable
profitable to
t o fish
f i s h outside
outa%.dewaterso
importance
aters0
Englicsh sole
landings of
of 33,7
n
sole landings
',7miUisn
million pounds
pounds i
in
Washfngton, English
Washington0
1966
t h e same
same as
a s Ln
1965 and were below
below the
the 1956-65 average
1966 were vtr-tuzdly
virtually the
in 1965
sf 404
404 BIXU~OEI
po~nndso
of
million pounds0
Oregon0 Record landings
landings of
of do5
35 million
Oregon,
miU.isn pounds
pounds were
were made
made! in
in
1966, an
an increase
S n c ~ e a s aof
of more than 100%
100%over
over 1965
1965 and
and the
t h e 10-year
10-yeax average0
avemge,
chief
cat
f 01% ms
Catch/effort
was
aalso
l s o high0
high,
California0
Galifornh,
In
California %mw1e,~s
trawlers lzmded
landed 4°
Ln 1966k,
1966, California
408 million
in 1965,
above
pounds of
of English sole,
sole, virtually
vir%-ts%Zlythe
t h e same
same as
as in
$965, and 14%
U;%
above the
&he
10-year
average o
10-year average0
yo
Dover Sole
Sole
7
P a e i f i e Coast.
f l5,4
m.5Umn pounds
pounds
Pacific
Coast Dover
Dover sole
sole 9mdlnga
landings oof
154 million
Ln
h e 16,2
&Uion pounds
pomds landed
l a d e d in
in 1965
1965 but
but were
weke
in 1966 decreased
decreased from tthe
l62 million
o %he
average,
about equal tto
the 10-year
10year average0
1966 were just
Canada,
Ln B0C0
BoCo in
in 1966
ju,st over
we^
Canada0 Landings of Dover sole in
one-half miUion
pounds, slightly
s l i&%ly above
abo7re: average0
averageo This
one-half
million pounds,
remans
T h i s species
species remains
incidental
Canadian catches0
c8tcheso
incidental in Canadian
Washington,
Washington0
Dover sole
sole landings dropped
miUionpounds
pounds
droppedto
to P1lo lmillion
in 1966,
in
1966, a decline of
miUion pounds
pounds from
frm 1965
1965 and
and less
less than
%%Em
h
a l f of
of 003
03 million
half
t h e 1956-65
mean of
of 25
2,5 million
d U d o n pounds0
poundso A gradual
g r a d u d decrease in
in =ket
the
l95665 moan
market
demand has been as factor
f a c t o r in
f n this
t h i s decline0
decline,
- 9 Oregon0
Oregon,
Catch
Cateh of this
& h i s species continued at
a t a low level
l e v e l in
in l966
19660
was
3% lower than 1965
17% below
landing of
of 3o5
The total
total. banding
3,5 million
miU5on pounds w
as 3%
1965 and 1'7%
the
t h e lO.year
10-year average0
average,
%sacreas& effort
e f f o r t in
in the English sole fishery
f i s h e r y is
is
Increased
partly
p a r t l y responsible
r e s p ~ n s i b l efor
f o r the
t h e continued
continued low
low landings
Dover so1e
sole,
landings of Dover
effort
e f f o r t has risen
r i s e n during
during the
t h e past 6
The
The catch!
eateh/
years0
years,
California0
L m d k g s of
of Dover
Dover sole
s o l e at
a% California
C&Lifomia ports
p o r t s in
%n1966
1966
C ~ i f o m i a , Landings
decreased 4%
4% from 1965, but
but were
greater than
h e 10-year
were 2.8%
l% greater
than tthe
lOyear mean,
mean0 A
decreased
total
of
t~td
lO3
1 O 0 3million
miEEionpounds
poundswas
was taken
taken in
in1966
1966 cnparsd
cmpmd to
$0 10o8
P008million
dKLton
and
and 8,7
million pounds,
pounds, respectively,
respectively, for
f o r 1965
1965 and
a d the
t h e l95665
1956-65mean0
m a o
o7 million
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i s as
as follows
follmsx
"It
to
"It was
was decided
decided that
t h a t area
area tables
t a b l e s similar
SW%PP
t o those
those on
on pages
pages
205
205 to
t o 221
2TL inclusive
inclusive of
of the
t h e 1965
1965 trawl
tmw1 data
d a t a series
s e r i e s report
reporb should
shl'sdd
each
REDUCTION USE
each have sa lline
i n e eentitled
n t i t l e d %EDUCTION
USEW inserted between
ANDJJ FOOD
VANIN&
FOOD f and
and ~TOTALO
T O T f i oe Then
Then the
%he ANIMAL
ABIHAL FOCD
FOOD table
t a b l e would
would be
be
followed
OTTER TRAWL
foXlowed by
by as new
new table
t a b l e entitled
e n t i t l e d eO"%
T
' RAWL CAUGHT
CAUGHT FISH
FISH FOR
FOR
REDUCTION
STATISTICAL
FBDUCTION USE
USE FROM
FB3M INTERNATIONAL
IN-TIOU
S W T B T I W AREAS
JIREAS IN
3 3 1966
91966
(1%ndings
(landings
5.n thousands
thousands of
of pounds)0
pounds)
in
Q
The fornat
f ~ m for
f to r this
thLs table
table
The
would
provided
would not
not have
have the
t h e names
names of
of the
%he species
spee5.e~
pro-v-idedin
in advance0
advance,
It
It
is
trawi.=caughtmehovy
anchovyand
andshad
shadwould
wouldbebesQPmmo
sho0
is anticipated
anticipated tthat
h a t trawL-caught
- 1100 Future
F
u t u ~ etables
t a b l e s such as
as pages 224
22.4 and 225 showing
s h a g the
t h e annual
annual catch
catch
by species
s p e c i e s by
r e a would
n e e nentitled
t 5 t l e d %DUCTION
by aarea
would have
havea al iline
'DUCTI0N U3Et
USE
"
inserted
i n s e r t e d between ?ANIMAL
WAMlllfAL FOODt
FOOD' and QTOTdaLo
TOTAL0
The question of what to
t o do with bottomfish
bottQanfish caught
caught
i n c i d e n t a l l y in shrimp
shrimp trawls
trawls was discussed0
discussed,
incidentally
It was decided
It
tto
o hold tthe
h e recording of these
t h e s e catches
catches in abeyance
abeyance and to
t o let
let
i t s own
o m rough tabulation
t a b u l a t i o n for
f o r 1967
1967,
each agency prepare its
These
tabulations
be evaluated
ev&l.'uat;ed to
t o see
see if
i f the
t h e data
d a t a warranted
warranted and
and
t a b u l a t i o n s would be
could be easily
e a s i l y incorporated into
i n t o tthe
h e Data Series0
Series,
A suggestion to
t o precede each
each subsequent
subsequent year of
of data
d a t a , in
5.n
tthe
h e f u t u r e , with aa page of
of introductory
i n t r o d u c t o r y comments
e m e n t s was
m a acceptedow
futures
accepted0'
P W C split
s p l i t area
ares 2D-3A
2D-3A was
was discussed
discussed; it
was
it m
a decided to
%o
The PHFC
cambine
h e two sub-areas
sub-41reas into
i n t o one and call
c a n it
it 3A
3 A beginning w
i t h 1966
1966 data0
datae
combine tthe
with
Problems with 3D
3 D and 3C
3 C were
were voiced by
by the
t h e Canadian
Canadian delegation0
debegaf7io~.oArea 3B
3D
encompassed all
a n the
t h e fishing
f i s h i n g grounds
grounds in
in the
t h e Eatevan
E s t e v m Deep
Deep but
but this
Lh%a
formerly encompassed
designation is
i s no longer
l o n g e r valid
v a l i d as
as new
new fishing
f i a h i n g grounds
grounds: now
now extend
eac$eaad Estevan
Eetevan
i n t o area
a r e a 3C0
3C0
into
concensus, however,
however, was to
t o keep
keep the
t h e area
=ea boundaries
'bomdarfea as
a3
The concensus,
they p
r e s e n t l y are0
are,
presently
2e
2
Data Exchange
Data reports
r e p o r t s summarizing
a-rizhg
sampling and
and catch
eateh and
and effort
effort
Data
sampling
s t a t i s t i e s from
from Canada
Canada and
and Oregon
Oregon were
were noted0
satedo
statistics
C a l i f o r n i a and ddaaahington
California
Washington
a r e putting
p u t t i n g all
all their
t h e i r biological
biologic&l information
h f o m a t i s n on
on IBM
D M cards
cards which
which wfl'
wUallow
&low
are
b
e t t e r retrieval
r e t r i e v a l and exchange
exchange of
of data0
datao
better
3.
3°
Use of PWC Data Record
AAtt last
last yyear?s
e a r t s meeting
h e Sub-Cormittee
agreed that
t h a t it
it would
meeting tthe
Sub-Conittee agreed
be aappropriate
p p r o p r i a t e tto
o have
a t a on
g g h g e xeeriments
p e r h e n t s in
in
have summaries
suimaries of
of ddata
oncompleted
completedt atagging
-
11
- 11
-
Executive Director
Director has
the PNFC
Series but
PMFC Data Series,
but the
t h e P?'C
PMFC Executive
has been
been unable
unable to
to
develop
develop aa format
f o m t due
due to
t o pressure
pressure of
of other
other duties0
duties,
Recommendations 2 and
and
Reconmiendatioris
3
3 of
of last
l a s t year
year to
t o the
t h e Sub-Conmdttee
Sub-Conunittee were
were reaffirmed
reaffirmed and
and aa committee
committee comeomposed of
of Jow
Jow and Forrester
Forrester was
was organized
organized to
t o prepare
prepare aa format0
format,
Formats
Formats for
f o r tagging
tagging data
data summaries
summaries and
auld inventories
inventories of
of
tagging
tagging experiments
experiments were
were prepared
prepared and
and are
a r e being
being distributed
d i s t r i b u t e d to
t o SubSubCommittee
Committee members
members for
f o r approval.
approval,
4
40
Catch/Effort
Analysis
C a t c h h f f o r t Analysis
The problems
problems of
of analyzing
arxiLyzbg and
and interpreting
i n t e r p r e t i n gcatch--effort
catch-effort
s t a t i s t i c s were discussed in
statistics
in some
some detail0
detail,
hours of
of fishing
f i s h i n g by
by
Obtaining hours
month
month and
and P1FC
PMFC zone
zone was
w a s aa major
major step;
step; aa further
f u r t h e r refinement
refinement would
would be
be to
to
divide
i n t o depth
depth intervals.
btemdso
divide these
these areas
areas into
come closer
closer
This approach would come
t o measuring
measuring actual
a c t u a l fishing
fishing success
success and
a d abundance
abundance and
and might
might eliminate
eliminate the
%he
to
necessity for
f o r using
using qualification
qualification levels0
levels,
U t a h arid
and eeffort
f f o r t by
Catch
by sha3LPuwer
shallower
or
o r deeper than 100
100 fathoms
fathoms was
was suggested
suggested as
as aer possibility0
possibility,
It
It appeared
that
t h a t catch
catch and effort
e f f o r t statistics
s t a t i s t i c s presently
presently being
being gathered
g a t h e ~ e dby
by the
t h e agencies
agencies
would
would permit
pernit such
such aa breakdown0
breakdown,
The Sub-Committee
Sub-committee decided
decided to
t o reflect
r e f l e c t on
on
The
t h i s problem
problem and
and consider
consider it
it for
f o r aa recommendation.
~ee~mmendation,
this
VI.
VIe
REVThW
OF
CURRENT AND
AND PROPOSED
PROPOSEDRESEARCH
REARCH
REVDM O
F CURRENT
Research
Research programs
programs of
of all
a l l agencies
agencies remain
remain essentially
e s s e n t i a l l y the
%hesame
same
as
as reported
reported previously.
previously,
Only important
important changes
changes from
from those
those listed
l i s t e d in
in last
last
Only
year's
year f'sminutes
minutes are
a r e given.
given,
The Groundfish
Groundfish staff
s t a f f of
of the
t h e FRBC
FRBC in
in 1966
1966 consisted
consisted of
of
Canada.
Canadao The
biologists, 7
7 technicians,
s s i s t a n t s e Vessel operations
operations
33 biologists,
technicians, and
and 22 summer
summer aassistants.
f o r the
t h e Near-Seas
NearSeas Investigation
Investigation in
in 1966
1966 were
were confined
confined chiefly
chiefly to
t o collection
eoUeetion
for
of mature fish
f i s h for
f o r laboratory
laboratory studies
studies of
of egg
egg development.
development,
of
Hatching of
of
Hatching
- 1122 -petrale
was
petpale sole eggs w
as achieved for
f o r the first
f i r s t time0
time,
controlled feeding
feeding
A controlled
aand
d growth experiment on sablefish
sablefish was initiated
i n i t i a t e d in
in l966
1966,
Much
Much effort
effort
was
was directed to
t o summarizing
s m r i z i n g various
various statistical
s t a t i s t i c a l and
and sampling
samplhg material,
material,
in p
particular
in
a r t i c u l a r by the
t h e means of
~f computer programs0
progrma, The problem of
of aging
will receive increased e
effort
future0
cod w%31
f f o r t in tthe
h e future,
The exploratory fishfish-
i n g program sponsored by the Industrial
I n d u s t r i a l Development Service, undertaken
ing
Servicer
h
5n l966
1966,
in 1965,
1965, was continued in
k v e s t i g a t i ~ ncontinued
continued field
f i e l d studies
studies on
on the
the
The Distant-Seas Investigation
d i s t r i b u t i o n and size
s i z e and
m d age
age composition
composition of
of Pacific
Pacific ocean
ocean perch0
pereh,
distribution
DistriDistri-
bution,
bution, taxonomic,
taxonomic, and maturity studies
studies on
on various species
species of
of rockfish
rockfish
were also
a l s o continued0
continued.
Washington0
Washingtone
s t a f f of
of 3
3 biologists
b i o l o g i s t s and
and 11 techtechThe groundfish staff
was bolstered during
during 1966
1966 by
by the
t h e addition
addition of
of two
two additional
addftisnsk fisherfishernician was
iies
e s technicians
L 88-309
program,
technicians under
under aa PFL
S-309 program0
sstatistics
t a t i s t i c s continued0
continued,
ad.effort
effo-rt
Collection of catch and
Modification of
of an
%n existing
e x i s t i n g computer
computer program
program which
which
Modification
interview d
a t a to
t o total
t o t a l landings was made for
f o r added
added efficiency0
efficiency,
extrapolates interview
data
Market sampling
sampling received
received increased
increased emphasis0
emphasis,
Taso
Two tagging cruises were
completed
n Area
l a t t e r y ) and tthe
he
completed in
in 1966,
1966, one on English
English sole iin
Area 3B
3B (Cape F
Flattery)
cod in
in 4A
4.A (Puget
( h g e t Sound.=Gulf
Sound-Gulf of Georgia)0
Georgia),
other on
on Pacific
Pacific cod
Three
Three
c r u i s e s have been completed
completed and
and two
two more
more are
a r e scheduled
scheduled in
5n l967
196y0
additional cruises
It iiss pl.anned
o iintensify
n t e n s i f y studies
s t u d i e s on Pacific ocean perch and
a d other rockrockIt
planned tto
ffish
i s h in
i n 1967
1967 and
and to
t o begin
begin studies
studies on
on the
t h e mid
mid-water
t r a w l hake
hake fishery0
fishery.,
awater trawl
Oregon,
Oregon0
continued along
along the
t h e same
same lines
l i n e s as
as last
last year0
year,
Studies continued
t h e addition
addition of
of aa tear-out
tear-out sheet
sheet that
t h a t can
can
Logbooks
Logbooks have been improved with the
be mailed in
in.
Development of aa satisfactory
s a t i s f a c t o r y method for
f o r aging
aging Dover
Dover sole
sole
- 13
13 sampling
data report
report summarizing
s-bhg
s%mplbginformation
information
was
with scales
scales w
as completed0
completedo A data
was
ffrom
rom 1448-65
as distributed0
distributedo
l9465 w
English
tagged in eearly
Californiao A total
t o t a l of 1,612 Englf
sh ssole
o l e were tagged
mly
California0
Additional
o n d English
English sole
sole
1467
Area lB
l B (Cape
(cape Mendocino.Piedras
Mendocbo-Piedpas Blancas)o
~ l a e a s,) Additi
1967 in
in Area
tagging iis
s scheduled
scheduled ffor
o r eearly
a r l y l96
1968,
An aquarimi
a q m r f m experiment is
i s underway
spaghetti tags0
tto
o determine tag
t a g effects
e f f e c t s and
a d mortality of sole
s o l e tagged with spaghetti
tags,
Additional effort
e f f o r t on
on bottomfish
bottomfish research
research has
has been
been made
made possible
possible through
through the
the
PL
implementation of tthe
h e P'
L 88-309
Project,
309 Data Analysis Project0
This project is
fa
headed by
by aa biometrician,
b i ~ m e t r i c i a nassisted
a~s s i s t e d by
by two
two biologists,
[email protected], an
an account
a~eih3mbc1erk
clerkq
and a
a keypunch operator0
operator,
The project is
i s engaged in
in developing and mbmain
ttaming
a i n i n g aa computeroriented
computer-s~iented
systemfor
fssthe
t h e storage
storage and
and retrieval
r e t r i e v a l of
of shell
shellsystem
f i s h and bottomff
sh data,
study of
of available
available fisheries
f i s h e r i e s mode3.a
fish
bottomfish
data0 AA study
models wU.1
will be
be
undertaken tto
o determine their
t h e i r applicability
a p p l i c a b i l i t y to
t o our
our fisheries
fi.ai;heries problems and
and
tto
o serve as a basis for
f o r the
t h e generation of
of new
new hypothetical models
models for
for
ffisheries
i s h e r i e s management,
management0
of computer programs and
suggested an
an exchange
exchange of
Forrester suggested
sampling card design0
design,
It
was decided that
webs
t h a t each agency should list
I f s t the
.$he
t i t l e s of
of programs
programs available,
avafl.ableBand
he m
e h h e an13
~ they
g m designed
e
titles
and tthe
machine
and ~
language
they a
are
for.
for,
VII
VD*
REVIEW
m
E
l w OF
OF JOINT
J O r n PROJECTS
PrnJFXTS
lo
PWC Bulletin
Bulletin No0
N0,J
PNFC
l
Verhoeven
Verhoeven reported
repoat& that
Ghat he
he has
has manuscripts
mmuse~Tptsfrom
from everyone
everyone
and
a d will
dl1 start
start editing
edfting soon0
soon,
The Bulletin
will be out
B u & e % b wLll
out this
this year0
year,
The groundfish bibliography being compiled by
by Washington
Is
i s temporarily
tempsrarfby suspended
suspended due
due to
t o other
other higher
higher priority
p r i o r i t y projects,
proJeeta, however,
however,
agreed to
t o take
take the
t h e references
referencesi&thich
mt&i.zh have
Lr~alate
it was
was agreed
have been
been compiled
compiled and
end ~
circulate
-uthese to
t o each agency
agency for
f o r additions0
additions,
theses from
from the
t h e University
University of
sf
theses
Two
Two
Washington
W a s h w o n on
on English
English and
and rex
Pex soles
s o l e s were
were suggested
suggested for
f o r possible
possible inclusion
inclusion
in Bufletin
Bulletin 7o
7,
in
2,
2
/---
Closed
Closed Winter Seaeon
Season for
f o r Petrale
P e t r d e Sole
Sole
"
4
,
*'
<
2he Technical
infozation
-,3&e
Technical SSubCommitteereviewed
u b - C ~ d t t e e ~ r e r i e w eavailable
available
d
information
3
on tthe
abundance and
and biology
biolor of
h e abundance
of petrale
petpale sole
sole for
f o r the
t h e purpose
p q s e e of
sf aassessing
ssesskg
the
t h e efficacy
efficacy of
of aa closed
elosed season
season which
which was
was designed
designed to
t o protect
protect spawning
spawning
concentrations of
of that
t h a t species0
species,
Effective international
international control
eontbrol of
sf winter
whter
Effective
fishing,
applying tto
trawl fishemen
fishermen of
of Oregon,
Oregon, Washington,
Washington and
British
fishing, apply-ing
o trawl
=d B
ritish
Colwnbia,
Columbia, was
was first
f i r s t achieved
achieved in
in l958
1958,
was the
t h e outcome
ou.teme of
of dis
disThis action was
cussions which
which expressed
expressed concern
concern over
over declining
declining success
success of
of the
t h e inshore
inahsre
( s m e r ) fishery
f i s h e r y for
f o r petrale
petpale sole
soleand
andrapi.
rapid development
development of
of an
an offshore
offshorn
(summer)
(winter)
(winter) fishery
f i s h e r y for
f o r spawning
spawning fish
f i s h in
in deep
deep water0
watero
The SubComndttee
S u b - C d t t e e was
was unable
unable to
t o find
f i n d any
m y conclusive
eonelusive evidence
evidmee
that
and
t h a t the
t h e exceptionally
exceptiomlly large
large catch
eateh made
made in
in January
Pfmm d February
Febm&yr of
sf 1957
195%
from
frm one
one of
of the
t h e major spawning
s p a m k g concentrations
eoncentrations (Estevan
( ~ a t e v mDeep)
~ e e p had
)Faad either
either
an
detrimental eeffect
on tthe
of fishing0
an inmediate
immediate or
o r aa long..term
long-t,em detr5meraba.l
f f e c t on.
h e success of
fiahhg,
Catches and apparent fishing
f i s h i n g success
success on
on the
t h e inshore
inshore grounds
grounds of
of British
Brlt%ske
Catches
Colwthia
Columbia in
in 1957
1957 were not significantly
s i g n i f i c a n t l y lower
lower than
than in
in 1955
1955 and
m.d 1956
2956 when
when
m o v % l s from
from the
t h e Estevan
Estevan Deep
Deep were
.were relatively
r e l a t i v e l y light0
light,
removals
The
The large
%wge removal
removal
of
in
wea erthan.average 1957
year class0
0%spawning
spawning fish
f i s h did not result i
n a we&er-%Bm+ve~age
%$.5Wyea~
class,
In fact
f a c t it
it was
ras stronger
atranger than
than 99 consecutive
conseeutSve year
year classes
e l a s s e s produced
produced prior
p r i o r to
to
In
the
t h e discovery
discovery of
of petrale
p e t d e sole
sole spawning
s p a m h g grounds
grounds in
in deep
deep water
water in
in 1953
1953, and
md
by
by parent stocks
stocks which
which apparently
app;%ren%lywere
were iarg
l a r g e r than
than those
those present
present in
in 1957
99590
Thus,
Thus, there
t h e r e is
i s as
as yet
yet no
no evidence
tividenee that
t h a t the
t h e size
s i z e of
sf aa spawning
spawning
stock
stock deteiidnes
d e t e m b e s the
t h e number
number of
of young
young which
which will
w i l l eventually
eventually be
be recruited
rae~&ted
to the fishery0
Variations in the abundance of petrale sole 1nMr
15
-
d a aacentto
e n t t o British
B r i t i s h Columbia(nd
Columbia (anprobab1y:fartherto
&pmbably f & h e ~ -Lothesouth)-r
%heappear
appear tto
o
reflect ffactors
in tthe
natural environment which a
affect
of young
a c t o r s in
h e n%;tmal
f f e c t survival
s&vd
and which,
n t i l now,
impofiant role
PO^ than
%Ran tthe
h e effects
effects
which, u
until
now, have played a more important
of fishing,
fishing0
Although natural
m t m d fae%ora,
a t h e r than those assooiated
Although
factors1, rrather
associated
appeart o
to govern
govern the
the asupply
of p&rd.e
petrale sole
with irianvs
manos a cactivities,
t i v i t i e s , appear
p p l y of
sole to
to
the fishery,
fishery, scientific
s c i e n t i f i c evidence suggests that the fishery
f i s h e r y is
i s taking
madmuin which
which can
can be
be e.qeeted
e,ected from
In theory,
close tto
o tthe
h e maximum
t h a t supplyo In
theory,
fran that
supply0
sane
same increase in total
t o t a l yield (possibly
(possibly no more than 5%)
5%) could
could be
be. achieved
a~lxfeved
by more intensive
h t e n s i v e fishing0
fishinge
In light
l i g h t of
of' these
these several
severalconclusions,
eonelusions, the
t h eSub.Coimiiittee
Sub-CmEt6tee
rec-nds
tthat
h a t tthe
h e -%er
cloawe 01%
i s h i n gfor
f o r petrale
p e t r d e sole
sole be
be rescinded,
[email protected]%r%cled,
reconrnends
winter closure
on ffishng
t h e understanding
understanding (1)
(1) that
t h a t the
t h e fisheries
f i s h e r i e s agencies
agencies of
sf the
the two
two countries
a~?~tries
with the
s h a l l undertake tto
o develop and
m d coordinate more effective
e f f e c t i v e procedures
pmcec%eereeto
to
shall
monitor the
t h e effects
e f f e c t s of
of unrestricted
m s t r i e t e d fishing,
f i s h i n g and
h a t in the event
even% such
such
and (2) tthat
unrestricted fishing
f i s h b g should
should prove detrimental
de%rhen$l& to
t o the
the interests
b-beresta of
of fishermen
fishemen
fi
h e door would be open ffor
o r reconsideration
~"econs5deraLfonof the
t h e need
in ezther
either country tthe
f o r conservation
consemation measures,
BleBaPeSe
for
The latter
latter qualification
of the
t h e fact
fact
The
qualification La
is made
made in
inroco&te.ion
recoition of
tthat
h a t in
in addition to
t o biological
biological consequences
consequences of unrestricted fishing
f i s h i n g there
there
aare
r e economic
economic and sociological
soeiologic&l ones
ones which are
a r e difficult
d i f ' f i c d t to
%opredict
predict with
with any
my
accuracy,
accuracy0
For example,
example, it
it is
is possible
poas:ible that
t h a t prolonged
prolonged unrestricted
unrestk.fe$ad fishing
ffsh:hg
For
on winter
spawning concentrations
concermtratiozs of
of p
e t r d e sole, though
though it
i%
might result
read.,&
winter spawning
petrale
in
i
n a small
increase in
ixltotal
t o t a l yield,
yield, would
wodd reduce
reduce availability
a~rall.ab5lityon
on the
the
aU increase
k
s h o m (summer)
(summer) grounds and tthus
h u s reduce
reduce the
t h e catches
catches by
by fishermen
.fiahemen who are,
inshore
ffor
o r one reason or
o r mother,
i s h offshore
offshore in
in winter monthse
another, unable to ffish
months,
16
3,
30
-
Hake0
Hake.
Washington
Washiragtonpresented
presenteda ssunTInal7
s
v of
of the
the
in Puget Sound and off
off the
t h e Waahbgton
coast,
in
Washington coast0
1966-67
fi.sheqy
l96&-67 hake fishery
i n i t i a l 1966
1966
Although the initial
coastal season was poor due to
t o competition
empe.t;itfon with
~ 5 t the
h
t h e Soviet
Soviet fleot
n e e t , exceflent
excellent
fishing has p
prevailed
~ e v a i l e dto
t o date
in
inl967
1967.
Physical
Physical competition
e m p e l i t i o n between
between the
the
fleets
year has
f l e e t s tthis
h i s $ear
haa been nnegligible
e g l i g i b l e as
as aa result
r e s t d t of
of the
t h e 12-mile
l 2 4 l e limit
l i m i t and
andl
aa negotiated area
m a between
between Grays
Grays Harbor
Harbor and
and the
t h e Columbia
Columbia River
River in
.inwhich
which
the Soviets
S o r i e t s have
have agreed
agreed to
t o refrain
r e f r a i n from
from fishing
f i s h i n g inside
Inside of
of approximately
appro-ke1y
fathama,
fathoms0
60
60
Ab~u9
t9 million
m$l.lion pounds
pounds of
of hake
hake were
wepe landed
landed in
in the
t h e 1966.67
1966-89 Puget
Rget
About
Sound
S o d fishery0
fishery,
Limited
K M t e d markets
markets restricted
s - e s t ~ i ~ e t etotal
t do t a l potential
potent5al landings
9 , a b g a as
as in
in.
the
t h e previous
previous season0
season,
The
was shown
The mid.-water
mid-water ttrawl
m w l was
shorn
to
t o be
be more
more effective
effec.tzive
than
than the
t h e bottom
bottam trawl
t r a w l for
f o r catchimg
e a t e h b ghake
hakeininPuget
h g e tSound.,
QoW~
The Sub.=Conmtittee
Sub-C&%tee
discussedl
i s h e r y &a
and
The
discussed %he
the ffishery
as it
it exists and
concluded tha%
a pkesently
6onconcluded
that although
although 5%
it fis
presentlynot
nota afi.she~y.
fisheryofofU,S,-Can~da
US0Canada cone e h , there
t h e ~ eis
5s aa need for
f o r additional
additional research
research. on
on hake
M e and
and it
it will
w i l l be
be*
ceIn,
p ~ nunder
WReview of
of Projects
Projects of
of Mutual
Mutual Interest0"
htemstet8
reported u
upon
uder "Review
44.
Proposals
PPopoas~sfor
f o r New
New Projects
Projects
The
ch.=.perunit eeffort
as aa mg?,%awe
measure of
problem of
of cat
catch-per-&tt
f f o r t as
sf
The problem
abundance was
webs discussed
discussed and
sbnd it
5%was
was proposed
proposed to
t o attempt
attempt to
to establish
e s t a b l i s h a8
abundance
more
more reliable
r e l i a b l e and
and refined
m f i n e d method0
methodo
The agencies
agencies
The
w i l l exchange
~ ~ h views
views
~ gduring
d2e~'ing
e
wiU
t h e coming
coming year
year on
on what data
data are
are required
required and
and methods
methods to
ts implement
implement their
their
the
collection,
collection.,
It
Itwas
was agreed
agreed that
t h a t close
close monitoring
monftorhg of
of the
t h e status
s t a t u s of
of the
the
p e t r a l e stock
stock should
should continue
continue with
with particular
parkicular emphasis
emphasis between
between Canada
Canada and
and
petrale
t h e state
s t a t e of
of Washington0
Washhgton,
the
joint, rather
r a t h e r than
than independent
independent, estimate
estimate of
of
AA joints
abundance should
should be
be strived
s t r i v e d for0
for,
abundance
- 17
2.7'yule
V ~ I , INTERNATIONAL
, INTERMATIONAL PROBLEMS
PRO=
of Foreign
Foreiraw1
S t a t u s of
T r a wFisheries
l Fisheriesoff
offthe
t h eWest
West Coast
Coast of
of
1
lo Status
Canada
Canada and
and United States
States
Foreii
f i s h k gfleets
f l e e t s have
have continued
continued to
t o fish
f i s h off
off the
t h e west
Foreignfishing
coast ~
with
concentrations
5 t h
concentratfans of vessels
veaaels extending
exhending southward
sornthmrd to
t o California
Cdifomia
waters in
in 1967
196y0 On
On the
the basis
basis of
of average
average catches
catches by
by month
month of
of different
different
kinds of
of Soviet vessels
vessels and
and numbers
numbers of
of boats
boats observed
observed off
off British
BrleLish Columbia,
Cs%umbiap
Ketchen
Ketchen has
has estimated
estimated the
t h e 1966
1966 USSR
USSR catch
catch of
af rockfish
~ s c k f i s off
hoff B.00
BeCOas
as12,1
121
million
million pounds0
poundso
The
The Soviet catch
catch of
s f hake
hake in
in 1966
1966 has
has been
been estimated
e a t , b t s d at
at
2&)
280 million
million pounds
pounds and
and additionally
adclitfonzdly 22
22million
millionpounds
poundsofof"rockfish5,
rockP%ah,
primarily ocean perch,
perch, were caught
caught off
off the
t h e U0S0
UoS0 coast0
coast,
The Soviet
Sovie%fleet
fleet
The
off California in
numbered as
many
in 1967
1967 numbered
as m
y as
as 20
2.l vessels
vessels mostly about 25
25 miles
dlaa
offshore from
Monterey Bay0
frm Honterey
Baro They
They have been fishing
f i s h i n g primarily
p ~ b a r i l yfor
fop rockfish
roekPish
and sablefish0
sablef i s h ,
Note was
was taken
taken of
of the
t h e impending
tmpending fall
f a l l arrival
a ~ r i v a in
in
l the
t h e agencies
agencies
fishing a
areas
r e a s of
of a Japanese fleet
f l e e t consisting
consisking of three
t h r e e mother ships
sh%pa and
md
their
their catcher
catcher boats0
boatso
2
20
Report on Fisheries Agreementesptin Fisheries for
West
West Coast
Coast Groundfieh
Gsqmdfish
The Soviet.$J050
S ~ ve%-UoSo
i
agreement
from the
t h e meeting
meeting
The
agreement wh,ich
which resulkled
resulted from
in Washington,
DoCo in
in January
January 1967
196%was
'was briefly
b r i e f l y described0
c b e s e ~ i b e d ~Another
h o t h e r meet
meetin
Washington, D0C0
ing i5
i s scheduled
scheduled for
f o r late
l a t e July
6 d y 1967,
1967, in
in Seatt1e,
S e a t t l e , which
which will
w i l l consider
cmaider
ing
methods of
of statistical
statistica,l and
a d biological
'biologfeal data
d a t aexchange
exchangeand
m dpossible
possiblecoop.coopmethods
e r a t i v e research
research programs.
p r o g r ~ s , Canada
Canada has
has had
had no
no fonnal
f o d negotiations
n e g a t i a t b n s with
~5th
erative
the USSR
USSR regarding
regarding fishing
f i s h i n g agreements0
agreementso
the
- 18 Recommendations for
f o r Cooperative Programs for
f o r Conservation
Consemation
3,
3,, Recommendations
of
J o i n t Stocks which aare
r e Exploited
leets
of Joint
Exploited by Foreiga
Foreij. F
Fleets
Verhoeven discussed
Resolution No.
No. 11
11of
of 1966
1966 which
discussed PWC
P'C Resolution
called ffor
increased research e
efforts
o r increased
f f o r t s on groundfish biology and tthe
he
effect of
of foreign.
forei
fishing,
fishing,,
A meetbg
of U.S.
UoSe groundfish
groundfish specialists
s p e c i a l i s t s was
was
meeting of
in N%rch
March 1967
1967 and a
held in
a, program fornulated
f o m u h t e d and sent
sent to
t o members of
of
Congress for
f o r emergency
emergency funding.
funding,
No money
has been
been appropriated
appropriakedasasyet,,
yeto
No
money has
However, Verhoeven ffelt
However,
e l t that
t h a t this
t h i s program or
or request had resulted in
fn more
support,
f o r £:unding
funding of
support for
of the
the Commercid
ConmiercialFisheries
FisheriesResearch
Research and
and Development
Deve1ojent
Act, the
Anadromous
Act,
Act,
the ~
r m o u Fish
s
Act, and
and the
t h e Sea
Ssa Grant
G r a n t College
College Act and
a d Program0
Program,
A cooperative
e o ~ p e r a t i v egroundfish
gromdfi8h age
age reading
reading unit
unit in
h Seattle
S e a t t l e has
has
A
been proposed which
wkich would
would include
inelude participation
participation by
by the
%heBureau
Bureau of
of Connnercial
[email protected]
Fisheries,
~f Fisheries,
G d a a f m of
of
Fisheries, Washington
Washington Department of
Fisheries, and Fish Commission
n i t would be initially
i n i t i a l b y involved with Pacific
P a c i f i c ocean
o e e m perch
unit
Oregon. This u
Oregon*
and hake.
hake,
The u
n i t would benefit by instruction
b a t m c t i s n in
in perch age
age reading
unit
from Canadian specialists0
specialists,
It w
as reconmierided
recommended t hthat
a t Washington
d Canada
was
Washington aand
Canada exchange
exchange by
by
correspondence requirements ffor
o r adeqrate
s m p l b g of P
a e i f i e ocean perch
adequate sampling
Pacific
and petrale
p e t r a l e sole,,
sole,
Canada w
will
Canada
i l l ttake
a k e tthe
h e iinitiative
n i t i a t i v e on setting
s e t t i n g standards
standards
and Oregon
Oregon and
and California
California will be
be inforned,,
infomedo
IX.
IXe
W PROPOSALS
PROPOSALS FOR
FQR TRAWL
TRAWL REGUlATIONS
~GULdaTIQNS
NE1
Estimates
n a t u r amortality
l rnor%Kli%y
f o lirigood
r lingcod derived
derived independently
independently
Estates
of of
natural
for
Canada and
and Washington are
a r e very
v e q different
d i f f e r e n t which
which affects
a f f e c t s the
t h e desirability
desirability
by Canada
of
i z e l ilit
m i t on
on this
t h i s species0
specieso
of having
having aa ssize
Mesh regulations in
in the
t h e various
various areas
a r e a s were
w e r e reviewed0
reviewed,,,
EnforceEnforce-
Canadats mesh
mesh restriction
r e s t r i c t i o n in
in the
t h e Strait
S t s s f t of
of Georgia
Georgia has
has not
not been
been
of Canadats
ment of
successful in
fn court
cow% due
due to
t o problems
problems in
inmesh
meshmeasurement,,
measurnento
successful
19 -
xe
X0
NEW
BUSINESS
NEWBUSINESS
Marine Protein
Protein Concentrate
Concentrate and
and Its
Its Impact
Impact on
on Groundfish
Gmmdfish
Marine
l
10
Management
Management Programs
Programs The potential
p o t e n t i a l expansion
expansion of
s f the
t h e fisheries
f i s h e r i e s for
f o r fish
f i s h meal and
fish protein concentrate,
concentrate, tthe
need for
h e need,
f o r regulations,
regulations, and the resulting
resulting
fmpact
t i l i z e d species
:impact on
on presently
presently uutilized
species were
were discussedo
discussed0
f i s h e r y agencies
agencies wifl
xd.14. be facing increased
beseased pressure to
to
The fishery
relax
the stocks
r e l a regulations and they must continue
continue research on %he
stocks, regardless
of
what they ape
are used for,
of &st
for0
Because
of hemasel
increasedutXLization,
utiization there
Because sf
%here will
more and b
better
be a need for more
e t t e r information0
infom.kfono
XI.
XI.
OTHER BUSINESS
BUSrnSS
The
U050 delegation expressed
The U,S,
expressed appreciation for
f o r the
t h e fine
f i n e Canadian
C
hospitality0
hospitality,
X
I 14
XII.
RECOMMENDATIONS
mCOmmATIONS
A.
A,
-o
mmitoe
Future
Work9
Action
For SubConittee Action
The Sub-Committee
reemmends:
SubCommittee reconmiends
eormspoladenee be initiated
i n i t i a t e d for
for
1., that an exchange of correspondence
1
determining requirements for
f o r adequate
adequate monitoring
monitoring of
of
determining
P a c i f i c ocean perch and petrale
g e t r d e sole
s o l e stocks;
stocks;
Pacific
eiaambe feasibility
f e a d b i l i t y of
of determining
detembbg
2.
2
, that agencies examine
depth distribution
d i s t ~ i b u t i o nof
of catch
catch for
f o r all species
speciesarid
a d be
prepared to
to d
e t e n n h e a satisfactory
satisfactory- breakdown
bre&dom at
st
determine
next yyears
e a r t s meeting
meetbgg
next
3,
3.
tthat
hat s
f o r age d
ekema%ion
a standardized technique for
determination
of
Pacific
of P
a c i f i c ocean
ocean perch
perch be
be studied;
studied;
reaffirmationofofSib.Comrnittee
Sub-Committee reconmiendations
recommendations 2 and
and 33
4 reaffix,natjon
4,
of
t h e seventh
seventh annual
atmud meeting
h a t all
allagencies
agenciessubmit
subdt
of the
meeting tthat
f o r inclusion
inclusfonini n
e PMF'C Data
Data Series
S e ~ i etagging
st a g g b gsurmnaries
summaries
for
thet hPNFC
termbated experiments
experiments and
of terminated
andinventories
inventories of
of all tagging
tagging
experiments;
and card design
h a t computer
computer programs
progmms and
design be
be exchanged
exchanged
5. tthat
5,
amongagenciea,with
agencies c.with
each
agency
among
each
agency
l i s tlisting
i n g t hthe
e t ititles
t l e s and
and
language of
language
of available
B.
programs.
progamse
Recommendations to Parent Committee
lo The
The Technical Sub.-Cornmittee
Sub-Cod-btee reearnmends
t hthat
a t t the
h e winter
1,
recorn ends
winter
closure
on ppetrale
e t r d e sole
sole be
be rescinded.
resc5ndedo (See
(see Section
Seetion
closure on
vrs
,)
VII 22.)
2, The
The Technical
TechnicalSub..Conmiittee
Sub-Cammittee reaffirms
r e a f f i m aRecommendation
Recommendation No, 2
2.
No0
t h e1966
1966Annual
Annual Meeting
Meeting to
t o the,
t h e Parent
PsmntCommittee
Coddbtee and
and
of the
points
h a t furt,her
hrrther intensification
i n t e n s i f i c a t i o n of
of trawling
trawling
points out
out tthat
actLvitiea
off the
t h e west
weat coast
coast is
i s likely
l i k e l y due
due to
t o iincreasing
nereasbg
activities off
iinterest
n t e r e s t in
in industrial
i n d u ~ t r bfish
fl i s hand
m d fish
f i s h protein
protein eoncen,%rateo
concentrate,
The Technical
reem
e n d s t h athat
t t h the
e h tInteational
emtisraal
TechnicalSub-Codttee
SubConmdttee
recnends
30 The
3,
T ~ a w lFishery
Camittee should
on
Trawl
Fishery Committee
shouldattempt
attemptt oto obtain
obtain d&a
data on
catch by species
speciesand
and efforts
effort expended
expended by n.ationals
n;a$iondw, other
than
Canada and
e United
than those of Canada
andt hthe
UnitedStates,
States, %%ahkg
fishing off
tthe
h e west
west coast
coast of
ofthe
t h eUnited
UnitedStates
S t a t eand
s andCanada0
Canadao
XDI.
SCHEDULEOF
OF M EP4GS
E ~ (Tentative)
~ S
XI. SCFDULE
(Tentative)
1, Parent
Parent Committee
Cormittee
1.
The
International Trawl
will meet
meet tthe
The IhteMlational
Trawl Fishery
Fishery Committee
C d - b " r ; e will.,
h e afterafternoon
Movember 29,
S d f s h m Lodge,
Lsdge, Oregon.
Oregono
noon of
of November
29,1967,
1967, aatt Salishan
- 2l21 22,
Technical
SubCommittee
Technical Sub-Committee
The
The ninth
ninth annual
annual meeting
meeting will
dl be
be held
held in
in June
June 196a
1968 in
En
San
San Francisco,
Francisco, California,
California,
XIV.
XIV* ELECTION
r n C ' r I O NOFOFCH&IR4A.N
CWIRMAN
Tom
Department of
of Fish
Fish and
and Gwe,
Game, was
was re-elected
reelected
Tom Jow,
Jow, California
California Department
Chairman
Chairman for
f o r another
another year0
yeas,
xv.
XV,
ourwr
ADJOUENMENT
The
The meeting
meeting was
was adjourned
a d J o w e d at
a t noon,
noon, June
June 29
29, l967
1967,
XVI.
XVI,
APPEND
ICES
APP%PIDI(=ES
A.
A.
Agenda
Agenda
B.
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged Petrale
Petpale Sole
Sole
Be Dispersion
C.
C,
Dispersion
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged English
Englib&Sole
Sole
D,
D o Dispersion
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged Dover
Dover Sole
Sole
E.
E e Dispersion
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged Pacific
Pacific Cod
G Q ~
F,
Fo Dispersion
Dispersion of
of Tagged
Tagged Lingcod
Lingcod
APPENDIX AA
APPENDIX
L
Page 1
AGENDA
AGENDA AS
AS ADCPTED
ADOPTED FOR
FOR
TH ANNUAL
rnH
ANNU& MEETING
PIIEE'GrnG
CHNICAL SUB.CONttTTEE
OF
[email protected]
[email protected]=
OF THE
TME
INTERNATIONAL
I3mEXHATIOW TRPML
mm FISHERY
F B m Y CO24ITTEE
COrnTTEE
NANA.IMO
1967
l4lNAsMO June
June 27.=.29,
2";1-29$196%
a:
CALL TO ORDER
L7: APPOINTMENT OF
OF SECRETARY
SECIZETARY
II
I APPROVAL
APPROVAL OF
OF AGENDA
AGENDA
III
Iv STATUS
STATUS REPORTS
rnPoRTS
IV
Catch and
%nd Effort
E f f o r t for
f o r the
t h e 1966
1966 Trawl
T r a w l Fishery
Fishery
1.
1, Total Catch
Ze Petrale
P e t r a l e Sole
Sole
2.
a) Catch/Effort
ktch/Effor%
a)
b)
b) Definition
Definition of
of Stocks
Stocks
c)
c) Winter
Winter Fishery
Fishery (±
( 2100
LOO Fathoms)
Fathoms)
3a
3.
Lingcod
a)
a) Catch/Effort
cebtch/kffopt (Area
(Area 3C)
36)
4,
4,
True
C.
True 60d
c a t ch/Effort (Areas
(Areas 3C, SD)
9)
a)
a) Catch/Effort
5o Pacific
P a c i f i c Ocean
Ocean Perch
Perch
50
~ s t c h / E f f o r (Areas
t(Areas 3B
3 B to
t o SB)
5 ~ )
a)
a ) Catch/Effort
6,
6, English
English Sole
Sole
70 Dover
Dover Sole
Sole
7,
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