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Past Pacific Sardine Harvest Guidlines and Landing Summaries

  • The 2010 harvest guideline (HG) for Pacific sardine was set at 72,039 metric tons (mt) for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2010. A set aside of 5,000 mt for an exempted fishing permit to accommodate an industry sponsored research project was established. The remaining 67,039 mt was allocated seasonally as follows: January 1, 35% to be allocated coastwide; July 1, 40% plus any portion not harvested from the initial allocation, to be reallocated coastwide; and September 15, the remaining 25%, plus any portion not harvested from earlier allocations, to be reallocated coastwide.”

    Summary of Oregon sardine landings, 2010

  • The 2009 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 66,932 metric tons (mt) for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2009. An initial set aside of 1,200 mt for an exempted fishing permit (EFP) to accommodate an industry sponsored research project was established. The Pacific sardine HG is allocated seasonally as follows: January 1, 35% of the HG to be allocated coast wide; July 1, 40% of the HG, plus any portion not harvested from the initial allocation, to be reallocated coast wide; and September 15, the remaining 25% of the HG, plus any portion not harvested from earlier allocations, to be reallocated coastwide. The set aside for the EFP was later increased by 1,200 mt and the seasonal allocations for the 2nd and 3rd allocation periods were reduced by 750 and 450 mt respectively.

    Summary
    of Oregon sardine landings, 2009


  • The 2008 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 89,093 metric tons for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2008. The Pacific sardine HG is allocated seasonally as follows: January 1, 35% of the HG to be allocated coast wide; July 1, 40% of the HG, plus any portion not harvested from the initial allocation, to be reallocated coast wide; and September 15, the remaining 25% of the HG, plus any portion not harvested from earlier allocations, to be reallocated coastwide.

    Summary
    of Oregon sardine landings, 2008


  • The 2007 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 152,564 metric tons for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2007. The Pacific sardine HG is allocated seasonally as follows: January 1, 35% of the HG to be allocated coast wide; July 1, 40% of the HG, plus any portion not harvested from the initial allocation, to be reallocated coast wide; and September 15, the remaining 25% of the HG, plus any portion not harvested from earlier allocations, to be reallocated coastwide.

    Summary
    of Oregon sardine landings, 2007


  • The 2006 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 118,936 metric tons for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2006. In June 2005, the Council approved a new long-term allocation formula for Pacific sardine and anticipates the new allocation framework will be implemented for the 2006 Pacific sardine fishery under Amendment 11 to the CPS FMP. Per Amendment 11, the Pacific sardine HG is allocated seasonally as follows: (1) January 1, 35% of the HG to be allocated coastwide; (2) July 1, 40% of the HG, plus any portion not harvested from the initial allocation, to be reallocated coastwide; and (3) September 15, the remaining 25% of the HG, plus any portion not harvested from earlier allocations, to be reallocated coastwide.

    Summary of Oregon sardine landings, 2006


  • The 2005 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 136,179 metric tons for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2005. The initial northern allocation is 45,393 mt (north of Pt. Arena, CA) and the southern allocation is 90,786 mt (south of Pt. Arena, CA). (3/3/04)

    Summary
    of Oregon sardine landings, 2005


  • The 2004 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 122,747 metric tons for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2004. The initial northern allocation is 40,917 mt (north of Pt. Arena, CA) and the southern allocation is 81,831 mt (south of Pt. Arena, CA). (3/3/04)

    Summary
    of Oregon sardine landings, 2004


  • The 2003 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 110,908 metric tons for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2003. The initial northern allocation is 36,969 mt (north of Pt. Arena, CA) and the southern allocation is 73,939 mt (south of Pt. Arena, CA). (7/2/03)

    Summary
    of Oregon sardine landings, 2003


  • The 2002 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 118,442 metric tons for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2002. The initial northern allocation is 39,481 mt (north of 35°40' N Lat.) and the southern allocation is 78,961 mt (south of 35°40' N Lat.). (7/2/02)

    Summary
    of Oregon sardine landings, 2002


  • The 2001 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 134,747 metric tons for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2001. The initial northern allocation is 44,915 mt (north of 35°40' N Lat.) and the southern allocation is 89,831 mt (south of 35°40' N Lat.). (2/20/01)

    Summary
    of Oregon sardine landings, 2001


  • The 2000 harvest guideline for Pacific sardines was established at 186,791 metric tons for the fishing year beginning January 1, 2000. The initial northern allocation is 62,264 mt (north of 35°40' N Lat.) and the southern allocation is124,527 mt (south of 35°40' N Lat.).

    Summary
    of Oregon sardine landings, 2000

For further information email: Greg.Krutzikowsky@state.or.us or call (541) 867-4741

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