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Harvest, catch, and participation in Alaska sport fisheries during 1993

Michael J. Mills

Harvest, catch, and participation in Alaska sport fisheries during 1993

by Michael J. Mills

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish in Anchorage .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishing -- Alaska -- Statistics.,
  • Fishing surveys -- Alaska -- Statistics.

  • About the Edition

    Since 1977, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game has conducted an annual mail survey to estimate sport fishing participation and harvests (fish kept) statewide and by Alaska fisheries, areas, regions, and species. Since 1990, catches (fish harvested plus fish released) have also been estimated. Detailed findings are presented for 1993. In 1993, 426,514 anglers took 1,809,419 household trips and fished 2,559,408 days to catch 6,307,062 fish and harvest 2,989,720 fish.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Michael J. Mills.
    GenreStatistics.
    SeriesFishery data series -- no. 94-28.
    ContributionsAlaska. Division of Sport Fish.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 226 p. :
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15577239M

    Continuation of Alaska’s high quality sport fishing depends upon more anglers choosing to practice catch and release when fishing for our resident fish species. An objective of the Division of Sport Fish is to provide a diversity of fishing opportunities while assuring the conservation of Alaska’s stocks of fish. focus is on particular aspects of fisheries that may be most relevant to considerations of the decline in sea lions. In the rest of this chapter, the strategy is first to review the history of the groundfish fishery with respect to Steller sea lion trends and, second, to describe the status of groundfish stocks and exploitation rates used to prescribe catch quotas under federal fishery.

    Management prior to the IFQ programme. Before , when IFQ 8 systems in the fixed-gear halibut and sablefish fisheries off Alaska were instituted, both fisheries were subject to a common-property regime in which the total catch was controlled using TAC limits and seasonal limitations. Vessel registration and fishing permits, the only requirements to participate in the fisheries, were.   Groundfish compose much of the commercial fisheries production but very little of the subsistence or sport harvests. Excluding groundfish, commercial harvests still account for % of the total Alaska harvest of million kg, subsistence %, personal use and general hunting %, and sport fisheries and sport hunts %.

    Selective Fishing and Balanced Harvest in Relation to Fisheries and Ecosystem Sustainability. Report of a scientific workshop organized by the IUCN-CEM Fisheries Expert Group (FEG) and the European Bureau for Conservation and Development (EBCD) in Nagoya (Japan), 14–16 October WHAT’S THE CATCH? The state of recreational ˜sheries management in New Zealand Randall Bess Foreword by Sam Mossman FISHERIES PROJECT The management of recreational ˜shing in New Zealand is a contentious topic. Recreational ˜shing (whether freshwater or marine) is close to the hearts of many New Zealanders.


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Harvest, catch, and participation in Alaska sport fisheries during 1993 by Michael J. Mills Download PDF EPUB FB2

Alaska Sport Fishing Survey. The Sport Fish Division has conducted a mail survey to estimate sport fishing total harvest (fish kept) since and total catch (fish kept plus fish released) since The estimates derived from this survey are available online through this application for.

The total Alaska salmon catch has increased dramatically since the s and is now at historically high levels. Commercial catch has averaged million salmon since and set a new harvest record of million salmon in Cited by: Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations.

This sample was the subset of respondents to ADF & G's random sample of licensed sport fishermen indicating that they had fished in the Copper River basin during either or (5) A survey entitled " Chinook Salmon Sport Fishing Survey" was mailed out to Alaskan residents on Ap These findings indicate that Bristol Bay sport fishing is a relatively unique market segment, paralleling the findings of Romberg () and Duffield, Merritt and Neher and participation in Alaska sport fisheries during 1993 book that angler.

Recent harvest and participation trends in the Gulf of Alaska Pacific cod fishery Introduction This paper provides a general overview of the Pacific cod fishery in the Gulf of Alaska (GOA), recent harvest during the state-waters, parallel, and federal seasons, and participation information.

Angler-effort, catch and harvest per unit effort (CPUE and HPUE), and catch and harvest of chinook salmon for stratums of the sport fishery at the mouth and at the highway bridge on Willow Creek, Susitna River drainage, Alaska, 43 5.

Angler-effort, catch and harvest per unit effort. Catch-and-release fishing has a long history in freshwater recreational fisheries as a management tool to reduce the impact of fishing on fish populations.

Aside from regulatory requirements, freshwater anglers have long practiced catch-and-release fishing in the interests of promoting conservation-oriented angling.

T1 - The impact of catch shares on multiregional fishery participation and effort. T2 - The case of west coast harvesters in the Alaska fisheries. AU - Hsueh, Lily. AU - Kasperski, Stephen. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1Cited by: 1. NMFS issues regulations to implement a catch sharing plan for the guided sport (charter) and commercial fisheries for Pacific halibut in waters of International Pacific Halibut Commission Regulatory Areas 2C (Southeast Alaska) and 3A (Central Gulf of Alaska).

This catch sharing plan replaces the. To investigate how the introduction of catch shares in the West Coast groundfish trawl fishery has impacted a harvester's choices regarding participation and effort allocation in the Alaska fisheries, this study employs a double hurdle model, to explore a harvester's decisions to 1) participate in a fishery and 2) the intensity of that Cited by: 1.

NMFS proposes regulations that would implement a catch sharing plan for the guided sport (charter) and commercial fisheries for Pacific halibut in waters of International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) Regulatory Areas 2C (Southeast Alaska) and 3A (Central Gulf of Alaska).

If approved, this. Sport fishing effort, catch, harvest, and inriver abundance of Chilkat River chinook salmon near Haines, Alaska in (Fishery data series) [Randolph P Ericksen] on.

A survey of participants in the Lower and Central Cook Inlet halibut and salmon sport fisheries Article (PDF Available) in Alaska Fishery Research Bulletin 8(2) January with 47 Reads. PRELIMINARY RUN FORECASTS AND HARVEST PROJECTIONS FOR ALASKA SALMON FISHERIES AND REVIEW OF THE SEASON Edited by Harold J.

Geiger and Ellen Simpson Regional Information Report No. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Commercial Fisheries Management and Development Division P.O. Box Juneau, Alaska April NOTICE OF PROPOSED CHANGES IN THE. REGULATIONS OF THE ALASKA BOARD OF FISHERIES.

The Alaska Board of Fisheries proposes to adopt regulation changes in Title 5 of the Alaska Administrative Code, dealing with fishery and aquatic plant resources in the areas designated below, including the following regulations: 1. The release of the revised estimates marks an important milestone in our scientific program’s efforts to improve recreational catch and effort data.

Implemented inthe FES is a more accurate method of collecting saltwater recreational fishing effort data from shore and private boat anglers on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.

Buy Report On The Salmon Fisheries Of Alaska on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. At the state level, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) administers license programs for sport fishers and sportfishing guides, oversees a logbook program that is required for charter vessels, conducts creel surveys, and manages an annual statewide harvest survey of sport anglers in Alaska.

Halibut catch in the Alaskan charter Cited by: 3. Alaska Fisheries and Fur Industries in andWard T. Bower Alaska Fisheries and Fur-Seal Industries in toWard T.

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Thompson. The Alaska Board of Fisheries has decided to limit the amount of shrimp harvested and require a non-commercial household permit for subsistence fishing. .FAIRBANKS — Sport fishing groups are trying again to stop a Valdez hatchery from boosting pink salmon production this year.

In a long-fought battle in Alaska fisheries, private nonprofit.By Margaret Bauman Reprinted from the Alaska Journal of Commerce. A new fishery management program announced Jan. 4 is expected to stabilize the contentious guided sport halibut fishery by permanently limiting participation to some vessels in Southeast and the Central Gulf of .