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The Ocean Salmon Management Program (Commercial Troll Salmon and Ocean Recreational Salmon Fisheries)

Recent Management Actions and Updates:

 

10/24/2017 ACTION NOTICE - Chetco State Waters Commercial Troll Season: Fishery managers of the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife have discussed the status of the commercial troll ocean Chinook salmon fishery within state waters (0-3 nautical miles) off the Chetco River at Brookings.

ACTION TAKEN: The Chetco State Waters commercial troll terminal area fishery from Twin Rocks to the OR/CA Border will reopen to Chinook Salmon fishing for two days: Thursday, October 26 and Friday, October 27, 2017. Limits remain at a single daily landing and possession limit of 5 Chinook per vessel.

RATIONALE: The Chetco River Fall Chinook commercial troll season was scheduled to be open on a split season from October 9-13, and then from October 16 through the earlier of October 31 with a quota of 300 Chinook Salmon and a daily landing and possession limit of 5 Chinook per vessel. Through October 13 total landings in the fishery were estimated at 230 Chinook. It was anticipated that the quota would be approached by Tuesday October 17, and the season was closed with that expectation. However, catch rates dropped substantially on the last two open days of October 16-17 with a combined total of 32 Chinook landed in the two days and a season total of 262 Chinook (87% of the quota).

It is anticipated that this reopening for two days will bring the season total closure to the target quota without risk of substantially exceeding the quota. Several boats that were participating in this season have reportedly ended fishing for the year.

 

10/16/2017 ACTION NOTICE - Chetco State Waters Commercial Troll Season: Fishery managers of the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife have discussed the status of the commercial troll ocean Chinook salmon fishery within state waters (0-3 nautical miles) off the Chetco River at Brookings.

ACTION TAKEN: The Chetco State Waters commercial troll terminal area fishery from Twin Rocks to the OR/CA Border closes to all salmon fishing effective 11:59 PM, Tuesday, October 17, 2017.

RATIONALE: The Chetco River Fall Chinook commercial troll season was scheduled to be open on a split season from October 9-13, and then from October 16 through the earlier of October 31 with a quota of 300 Chinook Salmon and a daily landing and possession limit of 5 Chinook per vessel. Through October 13 total landings in the fishery were estimated at 230 Chinook. Based on recent days catches, it was anticipated that the quota would be approached by Tuesday night, and that the fishery would need to close at that time.

 

9/6/17 RECREATIONAL SALMON ACTION NOTICE: The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) in consultation with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the Pacific Fishery Management Council, has taken in-season action with respect to the recreational salmon fishery in the area from Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt.

ACTION TAKEN: 
Retention of Coho Salmon in the recreational ocean salmon fishery from Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt. closes effective 11:59 PM on Thursday, September 7. Angling for Chinook Salmon remains open through October within this area

RATIONALE: 
The non mark-selective coho season opened on Saturday, September 2 nd on an adjusted quota of 7,900 Coho Salmon. The season was slated to run through the earlier of the quota or September 30. The fishery opened with fair to excellent ocean conditions and good catch rates were observed in most ports within the open area. Through Labor Day an estimated 5,751 coho had been landed (73% of the quota). Preliminary estimates for Tuesday were that another 845 coho had been landed, taking the total to 83%of the quota.

Weather conditions are predicted to reduce fishing effort and catch on Wednesday, but reasonable ocean conditions were forecast to return on Thursday. All indications are that the quota is at risk of being exceeded by Thursday night, and retention of coho will close effective Thursday night.

Retention of all salmon except coho remains open through October 31, 2017 from Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt. Note that during the month of October, salmon angling is only allowed shoreward of the 40 fathom regulatory line.

 

8/28/17 ACTION NOTICE- Recreational Salmon Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt. : NOAA Fisheries in consultation with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, has taken in-season action with respect to the recreational ocean salmon fishery in the area from Cape Falcon to Humbug Mountain:

ACTION TAKEN:  An impact neutral transfer of the remaining coho quota from the June 24-July 31 mark selective coho fishery to the September non mark selective coho fishery was approved. This transfer resulted in an increase of 1,900 coho in the September 2-30 Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt. recreational non mark selective Coho quota.

RATIONALE: The preseason intent in the ocean salmon season development was to allow for any remaining quota from the summer mark selective season to be transferred to the September non mark selective season on an impact neutral basis for critical stocks.  There were 11,814 Coho Salmon remaining on the Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt. recreational mark selective quota of 18,000 coho.  This resulted in a modeled conversion that resulted in 1,900 coho being added to the September non mark selective season, and a resulting increase in the September quota from 6,000 to 7,900 Coho Salmon.

 

8/17/17 ACTION NOTICE- Commercial Troll and Recreational Salmon North of Cape Falcon: NOAA Fisheries in consultation with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, representatives from both the commercial troll salmon fishery and the recreational ocean salmon fishery, tribal representatives, and the Pacific Fishery Management Council, has taken in-season actions with respect to the salmon fisheries in the area from the US/Canada Border to Cape Falcon.

ACTIONS TAKEN:

  • Within the Columbia River Ocean Salmon Management Area (Leadbetter Point, Washington to Cape Falcon, Oregon), the 2017 ocean recreational ocean salmon fishing season closes effective 11:59 PM on Tuesday, August 22nd.
  • Within the Westport Ocean Salmon Management Area (Queets River, Washington to Leadbetter Point, Washington), the 2017 ocean recreational ocean salmon fishing season closes effective 11:59 PM on Tuesday, August 22nd.
  • A transfer of 500 coho was made from the commercial troll salmon fishery quota in the US/Canada border to Cape Falcon area to the Columbia River Ocean Area ocean recreational coho quota. Resulting in a reduction in the commercial troll quota from 3,000 to 2,500.
  • A transfer of 1,027 coho was made from the Westport Area ocean recreational coho quota to the Columbia River Ocean Area quota, reducing the Westport Area quota to a revised quota of 17,113 coho.
  • The result of the two transfers to the Columbia River Ocean Area is an increase to the coho quota in this area from 21,000 to 22,527 coho.
  • Any coho and Chinook remaining after Tuesday from the Westport and Columbia River Ocean Area quotas and guidelines will be transferred back to the commercial troll fishery.

RATIONALE AND NOTES: The Coho Salmon quota in the Columbia River Ocean Area is forecast to be met by Sunday night. By making coho quota transfers from Westport and the commercial troll fishery, the fishery is not expected to reach the quota in either Westport or the Columbia River Ocean areas prior to the end of the day on Tuesday, August 22nd. Cooperation between the recreational and commercial fishing representatives was key in allowing for more flexibility and an orderly transition in closing the ocean recreational fishery.

 

8/11/17 ACTION NOTICE - Commercial Troll and Recreational Salmon North of Cape Falcon: NOAA Fisheries in consultation with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, representatives from both the commercial troll salmon fishery and the recreational ocean salmon fishery, tribal representatives,and the Pacific Fishery Management Council,10/31/2017 3:45 PMin the area from the US/Canada Border to Cape Falcon.

ACTION TAKEN: A transfer of 2,600 coho was made from the commercial troll salmon fishery quota in the US/Canada border to Cape Facon area to the Westport Area ocean recreational coho quota. Resulting in a reduction in the commercial troll quota from 5,600 to 3,000; and an increase in the Westport recreational coho quota from 15,540 to 18,140.

RATIONALE: Landings of coho in the Westport area recreational fishery had accelerated quickly over the last three weeks. Based on the most recent forecast, there was a potential that the coho quota would be met sometime over the coming weekend. In order to provide for a more orderly fishery, the commercial troll fishery agreed to release 2,600 coho from their quota to keep the Westport recreational fishery open through at least the middle of next week. The commercial fishery has been focused on Chinook harvest and had only landed 509 coho along with 6,661 Chinook through August 9. The commercial troll fishery has 2,491 coho remaining on the revised quota.

 

8/3/17 ACTION NOTICE - Commercial Troll Salmon: NOAA Fisheries in consultation with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, representatives from the commercial troll fishery, and the Pacific Fishery Management Council, has taken in-season actions with respect to the commercial troll salmon fishery in the area from the US/Canada Border to Cape Falcon.

ACTION TAKEN: A rollover of Chinook remaining from the May - June troll salmon fishery from the US/Canada Border to Cape Falcon was made to the July - September troll salmon fishery in the same area. This results in a 2,205 Chinook net increase to the July-September troll fishery quota of 18,000 Chinook resulting in a revised quota of 20,205 Chinook.

 

8/3/17 ACTION NOTICE - Incidental Troll Pacific Halibut: NOAA Fisheries in consultation with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, representatives from the commercial troll fishery, and the Pacific Fishery Management Council, has taken in-season action with respect to the incidental retention of Pacific Halibut in the commercial troll salmon fishery.

ACTION TAKEN: Retention of Pacific Halibut by IPHC permitted salmon troll vessels within IPHC area 2A closes at 11:59 PM tonight, Thursday, August 3, 2017. All Pacific Halibut on troll vessels must be landed and delivered by 11:59 PM, Friday, August 4, 2017..

RATIONALE: Total Pacific Halibut landings from the commercial troll salmon fishery through August 2nd were estimated to total 39,054 lbs out of the quota of 39,810 lbs leaving only 2% of the quota remaining (756 lbs).

 

7/31/17 RECREATIONAL SEASON REMINDER: The recreational mark selective coho salmon season from Cape Falcon to Humbug Mountain closes at 11:59 pm on Monday, July 31. The recreational season does continue for Chinook through October 31. Note that in October all salmon fishing will be limited to shoreward of the 40 fathom regulatory line. The recreational non mark selective coho season will reopen on September 2nd for all salmon (no fin clip restriction for coho) and continue through the earlier of the quota of 6,000 coho or September 30.

The September coho quota may be increased by an impact neutral rollover from the remaining quota from the June-July mark selective coho season. The process to assess the rollover will likely occur in late August. This will require both a calculation of the appropriate rollover amount and agreement to make the rollover by the National Marine Fisheries Service.

 

7/19/17 ACTION NOTICE - Commercial Troll Salmon: NOAA Fisheries in consultation with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, representatives from the commercial troll fishery, and the Pacific Fishery Management Council, has taken in-season actions with respect to the commercial troll salmon fishery in the area from the US/Canada Border to Cape Falcon.

ACTIONS TAKEN:

  • For the commercial troll salmon fishery North of the Queets River beginning Friday, July 21: The open period limit is increased to 75 Chinook and 10 adipose fin clipped coho per vessel per each Friday through Tuesday open period. Vessels must land and deliver all catch within 24 hours of any closure in this fishery.
  • For the commercial troll salmon fishery from the Queets River to Cape Falcon, OR, beginning on Friday, July 21: The fishery will be open 7 days per week with a Monday-Sunday weekly possession limit of 150 Chinook and 10 adipose fin clipped coho per vessel. Vessels must land and deliver all catch within 24 hours of any closure in this fishery, and are reminded that any fish remaining on board after each Sunday count against the next weekly period..
  • Vessels in possession of salmon caught between Leadbetter Pt., WA and Cape Falcon, OR must land their catch within the area from Leadbetter Pt, WA to Cape Falcon, OR or into Garibaldi, OR. Mandatory reporting within one hour of delivery or prior to transport away from the port of landing is required for all landings into Oregon at 541/867-0300 x271

RATIONALE: During the first three open periods a total of 2,548 Chinook out of the quota of 18,000 have been taken leaving 15,242 Chinook to be caught. The adopted changes will allow for better access of fishery participants to the remaining quota.

6/20/17 ACTION NOTICE - Incidental Troll Pacific Halibut: NOAA Fisheries in consultation with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, representatives from the commercial troll fishery, and the Pacific Fishery Management Council, has taken in-season action with respect to the incidental retention of Pacific Halibut in the commercial troll salmon fishery.

ACTION TAKEN: Retention of Pacific Halibut by IPHC permitted salmon troll vessels within IPHC area 2A will be reduced to no more than 10 Pacific Halibut per trip with a Chinook ratio requirement of 1 Pacific Halibut per 4 Chinook plus 1 Pacific Halibut beginning at 12:01 AM Saturday, July 1, 2017.

RATIONALE: Total Pacific Halibut landings from the commercial troll salmon fishery through June 18 are estimated at 26,907 lbs. out of the quota of 39,810 lbs. (adjusted for head-off, and ice and slime deductions). With approximately 30% of the quota remaining, action was taken to allow for the incidental take to continue into the summer at a reduced rate.

 

4/21/17 ACTION NOTICE: The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission met today in Klamath Falls, Oregon and took action to adopt the suite of ocean recreational and commercial troll salmon seasons that were recently developed by the Pacific Fishery Management Council. In addition, the terminal area recreational and commercial fall Chinook seasons were adopted by the Commission for ocean waters adjacent to both the Elk River and the Chetco River.

Details are available at www.dfw.state.or.us/MRP/salmon/regulations/regindex.asp

 

4/11/17 OCEAN SALMON ACTION NOTICE: The Pacific Fishery Management Council finalized their recommendations for ocean salmon seasons on Tuesday, April 11.  Draft copies of the adopted seasons will be available at the PMFC’s website in the near future (www.pcouncil.org).  Seasons are not official until being given final approval by the Secretary of Commerce, and adopted by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission for waters within 3 nautical miles of shore.

The adopted regulations reflect the continuing poor forecasts for numerous ocean salmon populations.  These salmon have variously been affected by several years of extreme drought conditions in California, and by poor ocean conditions resulting from a recent El Nino event along the Pacific Coast. 

For the recreational ocean salmon fishery ocean waters off the Columbia River will be open for the period of June 24 through the earlier of September 4 or quota with a hatchery mark selective coho quota of 21,000 and a Chinook guideline of 13,200.  The daily bag limit will be two salmon, but no more than one Chinook and all coho must have an adipose fin clip.

Recreational seasons on the central Oregon Coast (Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt.) opened for Chinook on March 15 and will continue through October 31 without interruption.   Coho seasons will have reduced quotas of 18,000 fin-clipped coho in the hatchery mark selective season from June 24 through July 31, and an additional 6,000 coho quota in the September non-selective coho season that will open on September 2 and continue through the earlier of September 30 or quota.  In October, the recreational season will be restricted to salmon fishing only inside of the 40 fathom management line.

The area from Humbug Mt. to the OR/CA border will be closed to all recreational salmon fishing in 2017.  A limited state waters fishery off the Chetco River in October will be considered by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission in Klamath Falls on April 21. 

The comm10/31/2017 3:45 PM limited coho salmon season this year.  The Chinoo10/31/2017 3:45 PM PMbe managed by season length, open periods, and open period landing limits.  From Cape Falcon to the Florence South Jetty the Chinook seasons will have a number of open periods throughout the season, weekly landing limits during the fall period, and will be limited to fishing only shoreward of the 40 fathom curve during September and October.&n10/31/2017 3:45 PM10/31/2017 3:45 PMnDate format:Am3a -->09/28/2017 12:53 PM10/31/2017 3:45 PM PMegon Fish and Wildlife Commission at their meeting in Klamath Falls on April 21.

Both commercial troll salmon fishermen and recreational anglers should review the full regulations prior to participating in the ocean salmon fisheries.  Commercial reporting requirements via phone or email remain in effect for all quota managed salmon seasons.

Questions should be directed to Eric Schindler at (541)867-0300 x252 or Jason Edwards at (541)867-0300 x271.

 

4/10/17 COMMERCIAL TROLL SALMON ACTION NOTICE: The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) in consultation with the Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC), the State of Oregon, the State of California, and fishery representatives met this morning in Sacramento, California and have taken the following in-season management action to the scheduled April 15 commercial troll Chinook salmon openings off Oregon:

ACTION TAKEN: 
The commercial troll salmon fishery scheduled to open on April 15 in the area from the Florence South Jetty to Humbug Mt. will close to commercial troll salmon fishing for the period of April 15-30.

RATIONALE:  Fishery managers and industry representatives agreed that this closure was needed to reduce impacts on Klamath River fall Chinook.  The forecast abundance of Klamath River fall Chinook is extremely low, and most other Chinook salmon populations that contribute to fisheries South of Cape Falcon are forecast at poor to fair abundances. 

Within the commercial troll salmon season alternatives which are still in development and are anticipated to be finalized by April 11, the area from Cape Falcon to Florence S. Jetty will be open for the period of April 15-30 as well as other periods over the course of the summer and fall.  The PFMC commercial troll seasons will not have any open seasons south of the Florence South Jetty in 2017.  The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will be considering options for limited state waters seasons off of the Elk River at Port Orford and the Chetco River at Brookings at their meeting in Klamath Falls on April 21st.

 

3/13/17 PFMC OCEAN SALMON SEASON ALTERNATIVES APPROVED: The ocean salmon season alternatives for ocean recreational and commercial troll salmon seasons were approved by the Pacific Fishery Management Council on Monday, March 13. The PFMC will now be accepting public comment on the alternatives through mail, email, and testimony at public hearings in Westport, WA; Coos Bay, OR; and Fort Bragg, CA. Details on the hearings and the April PFMC meeting in Sacramento, CA are available at www.pcouncil. org Alternatives in full or a series of summary graphics as they apply to waters off Oregon are available at these locations:

 

3/12/17 COMMERCIAL TROLL SALMON ACTION NOTICE: The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) in consultation with the Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC), the State of Oregon, the State of California, and fishery representatives met this morning in Vancouver, Washington and have taken the following in-season management action to the scheduled March and April commercial troll Chinook salmon openings off Oregon:

ACTIONS TAKEN: 
(1) The commercial troll salmon fishery scheduled to open on March 15 in the area from Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt. will remain closed to commercial troll salmon fishing for the period of March 15 through at least April 14.
(2) The commercial troll salmon fishery scheduled to open on March 15 in the area from Humbug Mt. to the Oregon/California Border will remain closed to commercial troll salmon fishing until further notice. 

RATIONALE:  Fishery managers and industry representatives agreed that this closure was needed to reduce impacts on Klamath River fall Chinook in order to provide more flexibility in other season options that are currently under development.  The forecast abundance of Klamath River fall Chinook is extremely low, and most other Chinook salmon populations that contribute to fisheries South of Cape Falcon are forecast at poor to fair abundances. 

Within the commercial troll salmon season alternatives which are still in development, there are two potential April 15 openings: (1) Cape Falcon to the Florence South Jetty, and (2) Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt.  These two early season alternatives are anticipated to be included with the season alternatives that will be considered early in the April PFMC meeting in Sacramento, California.

Seasons from May 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018 are currently being developed. Season alternatives will be reviewed and a final season recommendation made at the Pacific Fishery Management Council public meeting in Sacramento, California on April 6 through April 10.



3/12/17 RECREATIONAL OCEAN SALMON UPDATE: The season for Chinook salmon in ocean waters from Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt. will open as scheduled for the period of March 15, 2017 through April 30, 2017.  This season is open for all salmon except Coho Salmon, with a bag limit of two salmon per day, and minimum sizes of 24 inches total length for Chinook Salmon, and 20 inches total length for steelhead.

Anglers are restricted to no more than two single point barbless hooks when fishing for salmon, and when fishing for any other species if a salmon is on board the vessel.

Anglers fishing in ocean waters adjacent to Tillamook Bay between Twin Rocks and Pyramid Rock and within the 15 fathom depth contour are reminded that only adipose fin-clipped Chinook Salmon may be retained or on board while fishing prior to August 1.

Seasons from May 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018 are currently being developed.  Season alternatives will be reviewed and a final season recommendation made at the Pacific Fishery Management Council public meeting in Sacramento, California from April 6 through April 10.

 

2017 PRE-SEASON PLANNING: OCEAN SALMON MEETING NOTICE: The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's 2017 Ocean Salmon Industry Group meeting (OSIG) is scheduled for Monday, February 27, 2017. This pre-season planning meeting will provide an early look at the 2017 salmon forecasts, and develop Oregon preferred recreational and commercial ocean salmon fishing concepts to take forward through the Pacific Fishery Management Council's (PFMC) regulation setting process. The OSIG meeting will be held at the Best Western - Agate Beach, 3019 N. Coast Hwy, Newport, Oregon.

The OSIG meeting is open to all ocean sport fishing anglers and charter operators, commercial salmon troll fishers, and any others interested in participating in the development of ocean salmon fishery regulations for the 2017 ocean salmon seasons. During the morning session staff from ODFW will provide background materials and presentations. Following a break for lunch, ODFW staff will work with meeting attendees to develop preferred season alternatives to take forward to the Pacific Fishery Management Council's season setting process. Doors open at 9:30 AM with the presentations scheduled to start at 10:00 AM and conclude by 3:30 PM. There will be a lunch break between approximately 12:00 PM and 1:15 PM. Links to the agenda and briefing materials for the meeting will be posted here as they come available in January and February.

The first of the two salmon season setting meetings by the Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC) will be held at the Hilton Vancouver Washington March 7-13 (301 W. Sixth Street, Vancouver, WA). The meeting in Vancouver will establish a range of alternatives for further review. The final season setting meeting will occur at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Sacramento, California April 6-12 (2001 Point West Way, Sacramento, CA). More information on these meetings can be found at the PFMC's website.

OSIG Attachments will be posted at the end of this notice as they come available in January and February. All information should be treated as preliminary, and readers should recognize that updated forecasts and information may be made available in future documents from the Pacific Fishery Management Council:

 

 

Project Overview

The Ocean Sampling Project (Ocean Salmon Management Program (OSMP)) monitors ocean commercial and recreational salmon fisheries for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW). The project collects and analyzes data from Oregon's commercial and recreational ocean salmon fisheries, including catch and fishing effort, recovers these and other sources to assist in the develop of management.

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The Ocean Sampling Project is staffed by a project leader and an assistant project leader at Newport, and two sampling coordinators; one each at Tillamook and Charleston. The sampling coordinators serve as liaison between field samplers, fishery participants, and program staff at Newport; deliver data and coded wire tags to Newport; and also provide additional sampling when needed. We regularly sample fishery landings at all primary Oregon coastal ports, utilizing approximately 20 to 30 seasonal samplers.

Contact:

Eric Schindler
E-mail: Eric.D.Schindler@state.or.us
Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife
2040 SE Marine Science Drive
Newport, Oregon 97365
(541) 867-4741

 

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