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Dr. Hare prepares for his presentation

 

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The Commissioners and Dr. Leaman

 

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Juan Valero on U32 bycatch and wastage mortalities of Pacific halibut

 

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Dr. Leaman addresses some public commentary

 

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Additional commentary at the Public Session

 

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The Commissioners (l to r): Paul Macgillivray (alternate), Gary Robinson, Laura Richards, James Balsiger, Ralph Hoard, and Phillip Lestenkof

 

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The Conference Board session

 

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Commissioner discussions during an Administrative Session 

Photos by Levy Boitor

The International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) invites the public and industry to submit proposals concerning IPHC staff catch limit recommendations or related issues (such as stock assessment) to the IPHC for inclusion at the 2011 IPHC Annual Meeting. Blank forms for submission are available through the IPHC office or from the web page. All completed submissions that are received (or postmarked) by the deadline will be included in discussion at the Annual Meeting. Comments may be posted on the IPHC homepage (www.iphc.int) and copies can also be available by mail or fax by calling the IPHC offices (206-634-1838).



The Commission invites the public to submit requests for 2011 regulatory changes (season length, clearances in Area 4, logbook reporting measures, etc) or management actions for review at the Annual Meeting. The deadline date for submission is November 10, 2010. The Commission will not guarantee consideration of proposals received after this date. The submission form can be downloaded from the IPHC web site or can be requested by calling the Commission offices at (206) 634-1838.

Industry Features

Commercial Fishery

Commercial Feature

Commercial halibut fishery updates from Alaska, British Columbia, and the U.S. West Coast.

Sport Fishery

Sport Feature

Sport fishing information from Alaska, British Columbia, and the U.S. West Coast.

Advisory Bodies

Advisory Bodies Feature

The IPHC maintains an auxilary website for its Advisory Bodies at iphc.info.