Tuesday, December 8, 2009

The scientific staff of the International Pacific Halibut Commission has released its recommended catch limits.

Here's a full rundown of recommended limits in all regulatory areas, including those off the West Coast, British Columbia and Alaska:

Area 2A — 760,000 pounds, down 20 percent

Area 2B — 6.6 million pounds, down 13.6 percent

Area 2C — 3.7 million pounds, down 26 percent

Area 3A — 20 million pounds, down 7.9 percent


Flatfish said...
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Flatfish said...

Wow, The charters are screwed. is this a resource issue or an economic issue. lets see, the price goes down one year the catch limit goes down the next. i wish i controled the market and supply and the number vendors etc.