Gulf of Alaska 
Halibut Mortality Report
Through: 
01-Oct-2022
National Marine Fisheries Service 
Alaska Region, Sustainable Fisheries 
Catch Accounting
Trawl Fisheries
Deep Water Species Complex
Season
Begin
End
Total Catch
Limit
Limit
Remaining
% Taken
1st Season
20-Jan-2022
01-Apr-2022
0
135
135
0%
2nd Season
01-Apr-2022
01-Jul-2022
145
256
111
57%
3rd Season
01-Jul-2022
01-Aug-2022
11
341
330
3%
4th Season
01-Aug-2022
01-Oct-2022
47
75
28
63%
Total:
203
807
604
25%
Shallow Water Species Complex
Season
Begin
End
Total Catch
Limit
Limit
Remaining
% Taken
1st Season
20-Jan-2022
01-Apr-2022
34
384
350
9%
2nd Season
01-Apr-2022
01-Jul-2022
14
85
71
16%
3rd Season
01-Jul-2022
01-Aug-2022
9
121
112
8%
4th Season
01-Aug-2022
01-Oct-2022
26
53
27
49%
Total:
83
643
560
13%
Year-To-Date
Account
Total Catch
Limit
Limit
Remaining
% Taken
Last Week
Catch
Trawl Fishery
342
1,706
1,364
20%
3
Other Hook-and-Line Fisheries
Season
Begin
End
Total Catch
Limit
Limit
Remaining
% Taken
1st Season
01-Jan-2022
10-Jun-2022
27
221
194
12%
2nd Season
10-Jun-2022
01-Sep-2022
0
5
5
0%
3rd Season
01-Sep-2022
31-Dec-2022
1
31
30
2%
Total:
27
257
230
11%
Deep-water species complex: sablefish, rockfish, deep-water flatfish, rex sole and arrowtooth flounder. Shallow-water species complex:  pollock, Pacific cod, shallow-water flatfish, flathead sole, Atka mackerel, and 'other species'.
No apportionment between shallow-water and deep-water fishery complexes during October 1 to December 31 (256 mt allocated).
Other hook-and-line fisheries means all hook-and-line fisheries except sablefish and demersal shelf rockfish in the Southeast District.
Halibut mortality for the demersal shelf rockfish fishery in Southeast District is not listed due to insufficient observer coverage.
Data is based on observer reports extrapolated to total groundfish harvest. Estimates for all weeks may change due to incorporation of late or corrected data.
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Note: All weights are in metric tons.
Report run on: October 06, 2022 2:40 PM