Fishing periods, number of fishing days, catch limit, commercial, research, and total catch (thousands of pounds, net weight) by regulatory area for the 2010 Pacific halibut commercial fishery.
Area Fishing Period Catch
Limit
No. Of Days Commercial
Catch
Research
Catch
Total
Catch
2A Treaty Indian Separately managed:
Mar 6 - Mar 20
15
Restricted:
Mar 6 - Apr 8
34
Treaty Indian Total 253.1 252 0 252
2A Commercial
Incidental in
Salmon Fishery
May 1 - Jun 16 25.0 47 28 0 28
Directed Jun 301 10-hrs 127 0
Directed
Total
141.9 0 127
2A Total 420.0 407 11 418
Area Fishing Period Catch
Limit
Adjusted
Catch
Limit2
Commercial
Catch
Research
Catch
Total
Catch
2B 3/6 - 11/15 6,598.6 6,596.0 6,6073 122 6,729
2C 3/6 - 11/15 4,400.0 4,544.0 4,3904 96 4,486
3A 3/6 - 11/15 19,990.0 20,356.0 20,186 316 20,502
3B 3/6 - 11/15 9,900.0 10,116.0 9,958 156 10,114
4A 3/6 - 11/15 2,330.0 2,395.0 2,265 60 2,325
4B 3/6 - 11/15 2,160.0 2,218.0 1,785 44 1,829
4C 3/6 - 11/15 1,625.0 1,650.0 7825 7 789
4D 3/6 - 11/15 1,625.0 1,665.0 2,0965,6 20 2,116
4E 3/6 - 11/15 330.0 330.0 4106 0 410
Alaska Total 42,360.0 43,274.0 41,872 699 42,571
Grand Total 49,378.6 50,290.0 48,886 832 49,718

1Fishing period limits by vessel class.
2Includes adjustments from the underage and overage programs.
3Includes pounds that were landed by Native communal commercial licenses (FL licenses).
4Includes pounds taken by Metlakatla Indians during additional fishing within reservation waters.
5Area 4C IFQ and CDQ can be fished in Area 4D by NMFS and IPHC regulations.
6Area 4D CDQ can be fished in Area 4E by NMFS and IPHC regulations.