Fishing periods, number of fishing days, catch limit, commercial, research, and total catch (thousands of pounds, net weight) by regulatory area for the 1999 Pacific halibut commercial fishery.
Area Fishing Period No. Of Days Catch
Limit
Commercial
Catch
Research
Catch
Total
2A Treaty Indian Mar 15 - Apr 21

37

256 264 264
2A Commercial
Incidental in
Salmon Fishery
May - Jun
61
23.51 10
10
Directed Jul 72 10-hrs 120
Jul 212 10-hrs 37
133.11 157
Commercial
Total
156.6 167 167
2A Total 412.6 431 19 450
2B3 3/15 - 11/15 245 12,1004 12,214 490 12,704
2C5 3/15 - 11/15 245 10,4906 9,902 266 10,168
3A 3/15 - 11/15 245 24,6706 24,310 982 25,292
3B 3/15 - 11/15 245 13,3706 13,160 675 13,835
4A 3/15 - 11/15 245 4,2406 4,220 149 4,369
4B 3/15 - 11/15 245 3,9806 3,452 119 3,571
4C 3/15 - 11/15 245 2,0306 1,762 1,762
4D 3/15 - 11/15 245 2,0306 1,891 1,891
4E 3/15 - 11/15 245 390 264 264
Alaska Total 61,200 58,961 2,191 61,152
Grand Total 73,713 71,606 2,700 74,306

1Pounds were carried over from the incidental to directed commercial catch limit.
2Fishing period limits by vessel class.
3Includes the pounds that were landed by Native communal commercial licenses (F licenses).
4Includes additional 119,000 pounds available as carryover from 1998.
5Includes 35,000 pounds taken by Metlakatla Indians during additional fishing within reservation waters.
6Additional net carryover pounds (thousands) from the underage/overage program were 2C=384; 3A=748; 3B=208; 4A=95; 4B=160; 4C=51; and 4D=40.