2 edition of Harvest, catch, and participation in Alaska sport fisheries during 1995 found in the catalog.
Harvest, catch, and participation in Alaska sport fisheries during 1995
Allen L. Howe
by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish, Research and Technical Services in Anchorage
Written in English
Since 1977, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game has conducted an annual mail survey to estimate sport fishing participation and harvests (fish kept) statewide by Alaska fisheries, areas, regions, and species. Since 1990, catches (fish harvested plus fish released) have also been estimated. Detailed findings are presented for 1995. In 1995, 469,436 anglers took 1,926,141 household trips and fished 2,787,670 days to catch 5,475,559 fish and harvest 2,909,979 fish.
|Statement||Allen L. Howe ... [et al.].|
|Series||Fishery data series -- no. 96-32.|
|Contributions||Alaska. Division of Sport Fish. Statewide Research and Technical Services Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
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The Sport Fish Division has conducted a mail survey to estimate sport fishing total harvest (fish kept) since and total catch (fish kept plus fish released) since The estimates derived from this survey are available online through this application for study years through Use the Sport Fisheries by Area map at the right to check out and learn about fishing opportunities in your area of interest.
Know the regulations for the area where you will be fishing. Use Sport Fishing Regulations map at right to ensure you are in compliance. Alaska fishing regulations can be changed at any time by Emergency Order. Most evaluation of Sport Fish stocking projects involves measurement of angler effort, catch, and harvest of the stocked fish.
These statistics are often estimated using the Statewide Harvest Survey for sport f isheries (SWHS). The SWHS is an annual mail -out survey to licensed Alaska sport anglers. In most instances, the. Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O.
Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. An empirical example of sport fishing in Southcentral Alaska under varying specifications of on-site time is ch Methods/ Statistical Methods, Resource /Energy Economics and Policy, ().
Consumer Surplus from Discrete Choice Models." Harvest, Catch, and Participation in Alaska Sport Fisheries DuringAuthor: Matthew D.
Berman and Hong Jin Kim. A recent study documenting consolidation and specialization in Alaska’s fisheries over the past three decades illustrates a broader trend taking hold in coastal communities across the country.
Catch share programs, a new fisheries management system, are turning fishing rights into tradable commodities, driving up the cost to fish and consolidating fishing rights into the hands of a few.
Proposals from the three regions of Bristol Bay, Southeast, and Cook Inlet, Alaska from to were chosen for a pilot study because of 1) the regional, economic, and social importance of their fisheries, 2) the contrasts in their urbanization, and 3) relative differences in the importance of subsistence, personal use, recreational, and commercial fishing ().
Sustainable Fisheries Alaska Groundfish Harvest Specifications. The Alaska Region annually publishes groundfish harvest specifications of the annual catch limits for the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands in the Federal Register to conserve and manage the groundfish resources in the Alaska.
Preliminary Alaska Commercial Salmon Harvest - Blue Sheet. The Blue Sheet reports cumulative salmon harvest during the commercial fishing season in thousands of fish. Historically, this information was updated each Friday between mid-May and September. Beginning with the season, these harvest estimates will be updated twice daily.
The official website of the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission. Permit & Fishing Activity by Year, State, Census Area or Alaskan City a Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish, Raspberry Road K., and Bingham, A.E.
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Participation, effort, and harvest in the sport fish business/guide licensing and logbook programs, / Reports on sport fishing services in Alaska,as reported by sport fishing businesses and guides licensed under the Alaska Department of Fish and Game guide and business registration program.
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Thus, controlled or regulated harvests are required to acquire the necessary data. In the Roseberry et al. () study, hunters were purposefully distributed across the study area at designated stands to ensure a consistent and.
To accommodate limited growth of the guided recreational fleet while approximating historical harvest levels, the GHL for each area is based on percent of the average of guided recreational harvest estimates as reported by the ADF&G's Harvest Survey.
The average harvest during the time period was chosen as being. Subsistence fisheries in Alaska are comparable to aboriginal fisheries in Canada, as are personal use, sport, and domestic fisheries.
The fisheries use a variety of gear including gillnets and fish wheels. Jurisdictionally, management requires cooperation among state, federal, and international organizations during both the ocean and river.
RICHARD A. CUNJAK, ROBERT W. NEWBURY, in Rivers of North America, Vertebrates. The Miramichi River is world renowned for its sport fishing, primarily for anadromous Atlantic salmon and brookit is believed to produce more wild Atlantic salmon than any other river in North America (an estimatedadult salmon returned to the river to spawn in ).
Sport fisheries, primarily for coho and chinook, have grown in the post -World War II era and now account for a sizeable share of the harvest of these species outside of Alaska (see, e.g., NPAFC, ). There are also minor sport harvests of pink, sockeye and chum salmon. in this book are effective April 1, –Ma and are published separately from Federal subsistence hunting and trapping regulations.
The Alaska Department of Fish & Game regulations con-tinue to apply statewide to all commercial fisheries, sport fisheries, personal use fisheries, and subsistence fisheries.The Alaska Catch Accounting System quantifies total catch to allow the inseason monitoring and management of the groundfish fisheries.
Total catch means both the catch that is retained and the catch that is discarded. Estimates of total catch are used to manage over separate groundfish quotas and prohibited species catch limits in the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands and Gulf of Alaska.
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