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Inseason Action #5-6 in Ocean Salmon Fisheries, North of Cape Falcon (commercial)

July 10, 2024

Inseason actions in the commercial and recreational salmon fisheries from the U.S./Canada border to Cape Falcon, 2024

NOAA Fisheries has taken inseason action in the commercial salmon fisheries and recreational salmon fisheries from the U.S./Canada border to Cape Falcon.

Inseason Action #5

  • Effective 12:01 AM July 11, 2024, the Chinook quota for the July-September North of Falcon commercial salmon troll fishery will be modified to 13,800 Chinook.

Inseason Action #6

  • Effective 12:01 AM Saturday, July 13, 2024, through September 15, 2024, for the recreational fishery in the area between the U.S./Canada border and the Queets River (Neah Bay and La Push subareas), the daily bag limit in both subareas is two salmon per day for all salmon, except no chum beginning August 1. All coho salmon must be marked with a healed adipose fin clip. ¬†Chinook salmon minimum size is 24 inches, and coho salmon minimum size is 16 inches.

Please refer to the Final Rule for the West Coast Salmon Fisheries 2024 Specifications and Management Measures for additional regulations and supporting materials.

For more information, contact

Shannon Penna, Anadromous Harvest Management, at (562) 980-4239.

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Last updated by West Coast Regional Office on July 10, 2024