Pacific halibut catch in thousands of pounds (net weight)

Area2A2B2C3A3B4Total
Commercial 524 6,617 2,363 14,379 7,218 7,751 38,847
Sport 386 1,220 2,313 4,541 25 18 7,503
Bycatch Mortality
O32 fish 106 152 214 1,035 430 2,107 4,044
U32 fish 34 145 127 1,863 755 3,028 5,952
Breakdown of U32
U32/O26 31 122 88 846 402 1,037 2,526
U26 3 23 39 1,017 353 1,991 3,426
Personal Use1 252 405 425 313 23 543 1,245
Wastage Mortality
O32 fish 4 27 5 29 7 32 104
U32 fish 6 177 65 881 752 332 2,213
Breakdown of U32
U32/O26 6 173 61 840 678 293 2,051
U26 0 4 4 41 74 39 162
Total Removals 1,102 8,818 4,603 23,331 9,313 13,405 60,572
2011Catch Limit4 9105 7,6506 2,330 14,360 7,510 8,310 41,070
2011 Catch 9355 7,8326 2,363 14,379 7,218 7,751 40,478
2011 Sport GHL 788 3,650 NA
2011 Guided Harvest 388 2,837 NA
1Includes the 2010 Alaskan subsistence harvest estimates.
2Treaty Indian ceremonial and subsistence catch.
3Includes 17,000 pounds of U32 (subliegal-sized) halibut retained in the 2011 Area 4DE Community Development Quota.
4Does not include poundage from the underage/overage programs in Area 2B or Alaska.
5Includes commercial, sport, and treaty subsistence.
6Includes commercial and sport catch.