Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands
Rougheye Rockfish Catch Report
Through: 
01-Oct-2022
National Marine Fisheries Service 
Alaska Region, Sustainable Fisheries 
Catch Accounting
Area
Total Catch
Last Week's Catch
Bering Sea/Eastern Aleutian Islands
124
1
Central Aleutian Islands
124
5
Western Aleutian Islands
100
 
Totals:
347
6
At the December 2021 Council meeting, the Science and Statistical Committee (SSC) addressed concerns about fishing pressure relative to biomass in the Western Aleutian Islands. The SSC recommended estimation of a maximum sub-area species catch (MSSC) amount to guide the public regarding the level of catch needed to alleviate the "concern". For 2022, the MSSC amount is 32 mt and 145 mt for the Western and Central Aleutian Islands, respectively. Information on the calculation of these amounts may be found in the most recent Blackspotted and Rougheye Rockfish stock assessment at https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/alaska/population-assessments/north-pacific-groundfish-stock-assessment-and-fishery-evaluation
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Note: All weights are in metric tons.
Report run on: October 06, 2022 2:39 PM