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Fishing periods, number of fishing days, catch limit, commercial, research, and total catch (thousands of pounds, net weight) by regulatory area for the 1995 Pacific halibut commercial fishery.
Area Fishing Period No. Of Days Catch
Limit
Commercial
Catch
Research
Catch
Total
2A Treaty Indian Mar 5 - Jun 12

7 days directed, also
incidental fisheries

171

176

176
2A Commercial
Incidental in
Salmon Fishery
May 1 - Jul 2
63 161 2
2
Directed2 Jul 10
Jul 24
Aug 1
Aug 15
Aug 29
Sep 12
Sep 26
10-hrs
10-hrs
10-hrs
10-hrs
10-hrs
10-hrs
10-hrs
91
(105)1
76
25
6
28
21
6
6
105
14 119
2B 3/15 - 11/15 245 9,5203 9,512 113 9,625
2C4 3/15 - 11/15 245 9,000 7,766 7,761
3A 3/15 - 11/15 245 20,000 18,132 200 18,342
3B 3/15 - 11/15 245 3,700 3,117 10 3,112
4A 3/15 - 11/15 245 1,950 1,617 1,617
4B 3/15 - 11/15 245 2,310 1,680 1,680
4C 3/15 - 11/15 245 770 668 668
4D 3/15 - 11/15 245 770 643 643
4E 3/15 - 11/15 245 120 127 127
Grand Total 48,418 43,545 337 43,882

114,000 pounds carried over to directed commercial catch limit.
2Fishing period limits by vessel class.
3An additional 131,000 pounds available as carryover from 1994.
4Includes 52,000 pounds taken by Metlakatla Indians during additional fishing within reservation waters.

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