W.E. RICKER, Species Assemblage Trawl Survey of Hecate Strait, CCGS

W.E. RICKER, Species Assemblage Trawl Survey of Hecate Strait, CCGS
Species Assemblage Trawl Survey of Hecate
Strait, CCGS W.E. RICKER, May 31 - June 13,
2000
E.M. Choromanski, J. Fargo, and A.R. Kronlund
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Science Branch, Pacific Region
Pacific Biological Station
Nanaimo, British Columbia
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Canadian Data Report of
Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 1085
2002
SPECIES ASSEMBLAGE TRAWL SURVEY OF HECATE STRAIT,
CCGS W.E. RICKER, MAY 31-JUNE 13,2000
by
E.M. Choromanski, J. Fargo, and A.R. Kronlund
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Science Branch, Pacific Region
Pacific Biological Station
Nanaimo, British Columbia
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by the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans.
Cat.No. Fs 97-13/l085E ISSN 0706-6465
Correct citation for this publication:
Choromanski, E.M., J. Fargo, and A.R. Kron1und. 2002. Species assemblage trawl survey of
Hecate Strait, CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,2000. Can. Data Rep. Fish. Aquat.
Sci. 1085: 89 p.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF TABLES
iv
LIST OF FIGURES
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LIST OF APPENDICES
vi
ABSTRACT
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RESUME
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1. Introduction
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2.Mefhods and Materials
- Survey Design
- Research Vessel and Gear
- Catch Processing
- Biological Data
- Oceanographic Data
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3. Results
- Fishing Operations
- Catch Data
- Biological Data
- Oceanographic Data
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4. Acknowledgements
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5. References
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LIST OF TABLES
Table 1. Summary of trawl stations during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey on the
CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13, 2000
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Table 2. Catch by species and frequency of occurrence of species captured during the
2000 Hecate Strait survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13, 2000
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Table 3. Inventory of biological samples collected during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey
on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,2000
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Table 4. Summary of otolith samples collected during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey
on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,2000
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Table 5. Summary statistics for length (mm) and weight (g) from samples collected for
English sole, Dover sole and rock sole during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey
on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,2000
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Table 6. Summary statistics for length (cm) frequency data collected during the 2000
Hecate Strait trawl survey, on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,2000
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Table 7. Summary of biological samples collected, total weight, number and weight
of fish sampled for otoliths during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey, on the
CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13, 2000
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Table 8. Maturity stage for species sampled during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey on the
CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13, 2000
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Table 9. Salinity samples collected during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey on the
CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13, 2000
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1. Haul locations and survey grid for the 2000 Hecate Strait species assemblage
survey, on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June13, 2000
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Figure 2. Specifications for the Yankee 36 used during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey
on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,2000
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Figure 3. Length frequency histogram for Pacific halibut sampled during the 2000
Hecate Strait trawl survey aboard the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June13,
2000
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Figure 4. Length frequency histograms for English sale and rex sale sampled
during the 2000 Hecate Strait trawl survey aboard the CCGS W.E. Ricker,
May 31-June 13,2000
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Figure 5. Length frequency histograms for rock sale and Dover sale sampled
during the 2000 Hecate Strait trawl survey aboard the CCGS W.E. Ricker,
May 31-June 13, 2000
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Figure 6. Length frequency histograms for arrowtooth flounder and petrale sale sampled
during the 2000 Hecate Strait trawl survey aboard the CCGS W.E. Ricker,
May 31-June 13, 2000
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Figure 7. Length-weight relationships by sex for English sale caught during the 2000
Hecate Strait survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,2000
Figure 8. Length-weight relationships by sex for Dover sale caught during the 2000
Hecate Strait survey aboard the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,
2000
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Figure 9. Length-weight relationships by sex for rex sale caught during the 2000 Hecate
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Strait survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13, 2000
Figure 10. Length-weight relationship by sex for rock sale caught during the 2000
Hecate Strait survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,2000
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Figure 11. Age-length relationship for rock sale male and female from the 2000 Hecate
Strait assemblage trawl survey, on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,
2000
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Figure 12. Age-length relationship for Dover sale male and female from the 2000 Hecate
Strait assemblage trawl survey, on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,
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LIST OF FIGURES (cont'd)
Figure 13. Age-length relationship for English sole male and female from the 2000 Hecate
Strait assemblage trawl survey, on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 3I-June 13,
2000
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Figure 14. Stage of maturity for rock sole sampled during the 2000 Hecate Strait
assemblage trawl survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 3 I-June 13,2000
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Figure 15. Stage of maturity for Dover sole sampled during the 2000 Hecate Strait
assemblage trawl survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 3 I-June 13,
2000
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Figure 16. Stage of maturity for English sole sampled during the 2000 Hecate Strait
assemblage trawl survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 3I-June 13,2000
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LIST OF APPENDICES
Appendix 1. Criteria used for determination stage of maturity of sole sampled
during the 2000 Hecate Strait assemblage trawl survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker,
May 3 I-June 13, 2000
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Appendix 2. Bridge log and species catch composition during the 2000 Hecate
Strait assemblage trawl survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May3I-June 13,
2000
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Appendix 3. Temperature and salinity profiles for oceanographic stations occupied by the
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ABSTRACT
Chofomanski E.M., J. Fargo, and A.R. Kronlund. 2002. Species assemblage trawl survey of
Hecate Strait, CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31- June 13,2000. Can. Data Rep. Fish. Aquat.
Sci. 1085: 89 p.
During May 31 to June 13, 2000, the CCGS W.E. RICKER conducted a trawl
survey of groundfish species in Hecate Strait. This trip was a continuation of previous surveys
conducted in May - June 1984, February 1986, May- June 1987, 1989, June 1991 and May-June
1993, May-June 1995, May-June 1996, and May-June 1998. A total of 106 bottom trawl tows
were completed using a Yankee 36 net. The total catch for the survey was 45,018 kg and was
comprised of71 species offish and 57 species of invertebrates. Flatfish accounted for 65 % of
the total catch, selachii 25 %, roundfish 8 %, rockfish 1 %, and invertebrates 1 %. Length
frequency data were collected from 12,566 English sole; 7,481 rex sole; 5,403 Dover sole; 5,753
rock sole and 218 Pacific halibut. Otoliths were collected from 548 Dover sole, 512 English sole,
and 533 rock sole. In addition, 106 CTD casts were completed during the survey and 26 water
samples were collected. This report summarises the bridge log, catch data, biological and
oceanographic data collected.
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RESUME
Choromanski E.M., J. Fargo, and A.R. Kronlund. 2002. Species assemblage trawl survey of
Hecate Strait, CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31- June 13,2000. Can. Data Rep. Fish. Aquat.
Sci. 1085: 89 p.
Du 31 mai au 13 juin 2000, une campagne de chalutage scientifique des especes
de fond a ete menee a bord du NGCC W.E. RICKER dans Ie detroit d'Hecate. n s'agissait de la
suite des releves effectues en mai-juin 1984, en fevrier 1986, en mai-juin 1987, en 1989, en
juin 1991, en mai-juin 1993, en mai-juin 1995, en mai-juin 1996 et en mai-juin 1998. Un total de
106 traits de chalut de fond ont ete effectues I' aide d'un filet Yankee 36. Au cours de la
campagne, les captures ont atteint au total 45 018 kg et etaient composees de 71 especes de
poissons et de 57 especes d'invertebres. Les poissons plats representaient 65 % du total des
prises; les selaciens, 25 %; les poissons ronds, 8 %; les sebastes, 1 %; les invertebres, 1 %. Des
donnees sur la frequence de longueur ont ete recueillies a pmtir de 12 566 soles anglaises, de
7481 soles americaines, de 5 403 soles apetite bouche, de 5753 soles du Pacifique et de 218
fletans du Pacifique. Des otolithes ont ete preleves chez 548 soles a petite bouche, 512 soles
anglaises et 533 soles du Pacifique. De plus, 106 profils verticaux de CTD ont ete realises durant
Ie releve, et 26 echantillons d'eau ant ete preleves. Le present rapport resume Ie contenu du
journal de passerelle, les donnees sur les prises ainsi que les donnees biologiques et
oceanagraphiques recueillies.
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INTRODUCTION
Groundfish bottom trawl surveys in Hecate Strait were initiated in the summer of
1984. The 2000 survey is the tenth in a series conducted in 1984, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1993,
1995, 1996, and 1998 (Fargo et al. 1984, 1986, 1988; Westrheim et al. 1984; Antonsen etal.
1990; Wilson et al. 1991; Hand et al. 1994; Workman et al. 1996, 1997). The flatfish fisheries
consistently are increasing on the commercial importance. The objective of the 2000 survey was
to provide comprehensive information for stock assessment at the Pacific Biological Station.
Length frequencies, weight, stage of maturation and otoliths for age determination are essential
for stock assessment in support of management of this fishery. In addition, oceanographic data,
genetics data and information on invertebrates are an important component of the study of the
ecology of this region.
METHODS AND MATERIALS
SURVEY DESIGN
The trawl survey was stratified by area and depth but the allocation of stations
within depth strata was non-random. The sampling grid consisted of 10 nm2 blocks. The grid area
encompassed Lat. 52°30' N and Lon. 130°5' W to Lat. 54°30' N and Lon. 131 °45' W (Fig. 1).
The blocks were used for the placement of individual tows. Blocks were labelled A to L from
north to south, and 1 to 6 west to east. The survey covers a depth range of 18.3 m t0146.3 m (10
to 80 fathoms). Each 18.3 m (lO-fathom) depth strata in each block constituted a potential
sampling site. The placement and direction of the tow was left to the discretion of the Fishing
Master.
RESEARCH VESSEL AND GEAR
CCGS W.E. RICKER, a 57.3-m stern trawler was used for the survey.
Bottom trawl tows were made with a Yankee 36 net (Fig. 2). We used polyvalent steel trawl
doors, 1200 kg, USA Jet (Model P) which provided a horizontal opening approximately 10 -12 m
and vertical opening of 2.5 m. The Yankee 36 bottom trawl net had 9.0 cm mesh in the wing, 9.0
cm in the body, 7.0 cm in the intermediate and 2.5 cm in the codend. The headline was 18.3 m
long and hung with 40 20-cm diameter plastic floats. The net was connected to the trawl doors by
a 36.6-m bridle (sweeplines).
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CATCH PROCESSING
Species were sorted in the vessel wet lab using plastic baskets of
approximately 50-kg capacity. The tubs were weighed using electronic top loading balance Morel
Model. The total weight for each species was obtained by combining the weights of the tubs with
the same species in the catch. Length frequency samples were taken from all species. The tubs
containing fish for biological sampling were selected randomly.
BIOLOGICAL DATA
Each specimen sampled was measured for length in millimetres and weighed
using an electronic top loading balance Marel Model 2200 with capacity of 6 kg. The data were
fitted to the power function model for weight as a function of length.
W=aL
b
where W is weight, L is length and a, b are estimated parameters.
The body cavity was exposed to determine the sex and the level of maturation (Appendix 1). In
addition, otoliths were extracted for age determination. Otoliths were cleaned and stored in a
50:50 solution of glycerine/water with 1 g thymol added per litre (MacLellan, 1999). For lingcod
the dorsal fin was removed and frozen for age determination. Finclips from rockfish and flatfish
for DNA analysis were preserved in 70 % isopropanol. In addition, genetics data were collected
for arrowtooth flounder, Dover sole, flathead sole, English sole, rock sole, petrale sole, rex sole,
lingcod, copper rockfish, yellowtail rockfish, quillback rockfish, and canary rockfish.
OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA
After the net was retrieved for each tow, a CTD cast was made using SeaBird,
Model SBE 911 +, serial # 0506. The CTD probe was lowered to within 10 m of the bottom and
measurements of temperature and conductivity were recorded at 25 Hz intervals during the
descent. On the last cast of the day, water samples were taken at the surface and at the depth to
detelmine salinity. A total of 26 water samples were taken. The raw CTD data and the water
samples were analysed by the staff at the Institute of Ocean Science. The IOSSHELL acquisition,
processing and analysis programs were used for processing and plotting data. The IOSSHELL
routine was used to convert SEA-BIRD 911+ data. The data are archived at the Institute of Ocean
Sciences in Sidney, B.C. reference number 2015.
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RESULTS
FISHING OPERATIONS
A total of 106 bottom trawls were completed during the cruise. All were usable.
The summary of trawl stations occupied during the survey is presented in Table 1 and Fig. 1.
The fishing operation commenced at the South East end of Laskeek Bank and proceeded
Northwest to Dixon Entrance. The most northerly tow ( #82) was made off Dundas Island.
Stations A206, B106, B204, B206, B301, B302, B304, C201, D201, D302, E402, F402, H303,
1302,1401,1202, were replicated. Stations C301and E202 were sampled three times. Tows 12
and 55 were sub-sampled (Westrheim 1967) due to the large catch.
CATCH DATA
The total catch was 45,018 kg which comprised 71 species of fish and 57
species of invertebrates (Table 2). Length measurements were taken from 62, 249 specimens.
The total catch for all species and the frequency of OCCUlTence are presented in Table 2. Principle
species by weight were arrowtooth flounder 23 %, spotted ratfish, 14 %, English sale 13 %,
Dover sale, 8 %, spiny dogfish, 8 %, and rex sale, 6 %. Flatfish comprised 65 % of the total
catch by weight. A summary of the biological data collected during the survey is presented in
Table 3. Length frequency data were collected from 12,566 English sale, 7,481 rex sale, 5,403
Dover sale, 5,753 rock sale, and 218 Pacific halibut (Table 7). Bridge log and species catch
compositions are presented in Appendix 2.
BIOLOGICAL DATA
An inventory of biological samples collected during the survey is presented in
(Table 3). Otoliths were collected from 533 rock sale, 187 petrale sale, 512 English sale, 249
arrowtooth flounder, 170 flathead sale, 548 Dover sale, 150 rex sale, 48 copper rockfish, 50
yellowtail rockfish, 49 quillback rockfish, and 48 canary rockfish (Table 4).
Summary statistics for length composition data by species are presented in Table
6. Length frequency histograms for all species sampled are presented in Figs. 3 to 6. Summary
statistics for length and weight data by species are presented in Table 5. The length statistics are
based on the entire catch sampled but weight statistics were determined from length-weight
samples only. The fitted length-weight relationships by sex are presented for English sale, Dover
sale, rex sale and rock sale in Fig.7 and Fig. 10. English sale males weighed less than females
after reaching length 270 mm. Dover sale females weighed significantly more than Dover sale
males after fish reached a size of about 450 mm. Females were dominant in the rex sale sample.
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However, the low number of males in the sample provided a significant relationship (Fig. 9). Rex
sole male weighed less than females over the entire range of lengths. Rock sole females were
dominant in the sample arid weighed more than males over the entire length range.
The age-length relationship for rock sole, by sex is illustrated in Fig. 11. There is
a higher proportion of females aged 8-14 years in the sample compared to the males. Dover sole
females appeared in the highest proportion at age 15-45 y (Fig. 12.) Dover sole males dominated
in age groups 5-12 y. English sole male and female ages ranged from 1 to 15 Ywith ages in
groups 4 - 10 being predominant (Fig. 13).
Summaries of the stage of maturity for species sampled are presented in Table 8.
For rock sole 20 % of males were immature (see Appendix 1 for definition of maturity stage) and
34 % females were immature. However, 23 % of females were resting compared to 2 % of the
males (Fig. 14) while 1.5 % of males were at the spawning stage compared to 0 % of females. At
the spent stage there were 1.1 % males compared to 0.56 % of females. For Dover sole 30 % of
the females were resting while 14 % of the males were spawning (Fig. 15). About 4 % of the
males were in the spent stage compared to 1.3 % of females. Conversely, there were more
spawning English sole males than females (Fig. 16, Table 8). Also 9 % of the males were in
spent stage compared to 1 % of females. The resting stage was dominated by the females which
comprised 24 % compared to 7 % of the males.
OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA
During the survey a total of 106 CTD casts were completed. Temperature and
salinity profiles for each cast are presented in Appendix 3. There were problems with casts 1,43,
76, 82, and 98 which reflected the presence of pressure spikes and therefore these readings were
discarded. Results of the oceanographic sampling are presented in Table 9. The surface water
temperature ranged from a minimum of 9.1 ° C at station 74 in Dixon Entrance to a maximum of
12.32° C at station 91 off Dogfish Bank. This range was larger than that recorded in 1996 (9.0511.25° C (Workman et al. 1997». The bottom temperature ranged from a minimum of 6.17° C at
station 81 to a maximum of 12.23° C at station 91. Surface salinities ranged from 25.66 - 31.99
ppt at stations 18 and 12 respectively. The bottom salinities ranged from 31.54 - 33.45 ppt at
station 57 and 81 in Dixon Entrance.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We would like to acknowledge the assistance of the crew of the CCGS W.E. RICKER.
We thank the Pacific Biological Station ageing laboratory for ageing the otolith samples. Gail
Jewsbury reviewed the draft of the report and provided thoughtful comments.
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Table 1. Summary of trawl stations during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey on the
eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
810ck
Haul
Number
810ck
Depth
A205
A206
A207
A303
A304
A305
A306
A307
8101
8103
8104
8106
8107
8201
8202
8203
8204
8206
8207
8301
8302
8304
8306
C201
C301
C304
C305
D201
D301
D302
D303
D304
D403
D404
E201
E202
E302
E402
E403
E404
E405
E406
F201
F302
F402
F403
F404
85
82,83
81
66
65
67
79
80
69
70
68
71,72
73
87
74
75
76,86
77,78
84
60,88
61,64
59,62
63
54,90
55,57,89
56
58
53,91
52
51,92
49
50
47
48
45
44,93,94
46
40,97
39
41
96
95
35
36
42,98
37
99
F405
F407
G201
G301
G302
G304
G305
G405
G406
H201
H301
H302
H303
H304
H305
H406
H407
1301
1302
1303
1401
1404
1405
J202
J301
J402
J403
K302
K303
K403
K404
K405
K406
K506
L406
Depth
Haul
Number
43
38
29
30
31
32
33
100
34
28
23
22
24,102
25
27
26
101
20
21,103
19
14,15
18
17
11,12
13
10
9
105
106
5
4
3
2
6
1
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Table 2. Catch by species and frequency of occurrence of species captured during
the 2000 Hecate Strait survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13,2000.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Species
Common name
Flatfish
Arrowtooth flounder
English sole
Dover sole
Rex sole
Rock sole
Pacific sanddab
Pacific halibut
Flathead sole
Sand sole
Petrale sole
Slender sole
Butter sole
Curlfin sole
Starry flounder
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sandab
C-O sole
Total Flatfish
Code
Scientific name
Total
catch
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602
628
626
610
621
596
614
612
636
607
625
619
635
631
623
598
633
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Roundfish
Pacific herring
Sablefish
Pacific tomcod
Pacific cod
Lingcod
Pacific staghorn sculpin
Pacific sand lance
Walleye pollock
Eulachon
Wolfeel
Eelpouts
Shiner perch
Kelp greenling
Sturgeon poacher
Roughback sculpin
Great sculpin
96
455
226
222
467
518
361
228
148
351
231
304
461
550
491
521
17
18
19
20
21
22
Pacific snake prickleback
Bigfin eelpout
Spotfin sculpin
Greenilings
Salmon
Red irish lord
337
233
513
459
124
502
Atheresthes stomias
P/euronectes vetu/us
Microstomus pacificus
Errex zachirus
Lepidopsetta bilineata
Citharichthys sordidus
Hippog/ossus steno/epis
Hippog/ossoides e/assodon
Psettichtys me/anostictus
Eopsetta jordani
Eopsetta exilis
/sopsetta iso/epis
P/ueronichthys decurrens
P/atichthys stellatus
Limanda aspera
Citharichthys stigmaeus
P/euronichthys coenosus
C/upea harengus pallasi
Anoplopoma fimbria
Microgadus proximus
Gadus macrocephalus
Ophiodon elongatus
Leptocottus armatus
Ammodytes hexapterus
Theragra chalcogramma
Thaleichthys pacificus
Anarrhichthys ocellatus
Zoarcidae spp.(Family)
Cymatogaster aggregata
Hexagrammos decagrammus
Agonus acipenserinus
Chitonotus pugetensis
Myoxocepha/us
polyacanthocephalus
Lumpenus sagitta
Aprodon corlezianus
Icelinus tenuis
Hexagrammidae spp.(Family)
Oncorhynchus spp. (Family)
Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus
%
Number
Total catch
of
%
Frequency
by weight
Tows
occurrence
10,412
6,046
3,493
2,785
2,275
1,978
1,129
638
182
146
116
98
74
16
13
4
Trace
29,405
23.129%
13.430%
7.759%
6.186%
5.054%
4.394%
2.508%
1.417%
0.404%
0.324%
0.258%
0.218%
0.164%
0.036%
0.029%
0.009%
1,260
708
597
386
237
85
70
48
46
25
22
17
11
9
7
5
4
3
1
1
1
1
88
103
80
74
65
57
69
43
29
43
31
45
27
4
2
22
1
83.02%
97.17%
75.47%
69.81%
61.32%
53.77%
65.09%
40.57%
27.36%
40.57%
29.25%
42.45%
25.47%
3.77%
1.89%
20.75%
0.94%
2.799%
1.573%
1.326%
0.857%
0.526%
0.189%
0.155%
0.107%
0.102%
0.056%
0.049%
0.038%
0.024%
0.020%
0.016%
0.011%
77
74
54
64
50
7
36
41
27
6
27
29
9
50
24
2
72.64%
69.81%
50.94%
60.38%
47.17%
6.60%
33.96%
38.68%
25.47%
5.66%
25.47%
27.36%
8.49%
47.17%
22.64%
1.89%
0.009%
0.007%
0.002%
0.002%
0.002%
0.002%
13
7
2
1
1
1
12.26%
6.60%
1.89%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
65.318%
- 8 -
Table 2. (cont'd)
~
No.
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Species
Common name
Sculpins
Pacific hake
Northern ronquil
Shortfin eelpout
Pacific sandfish
Skipjack tuna
Rock greenling
Buffalo sculpin
Threadfin sculpin
Slim sculpin
Warty poacher
Total Roundfish
Code
Scientific name
472
225
319
242
316
371
463
499
510
535
562
Cottidae spp. (Family)
Merluccius productus
Ronquilus jordani
Lycodes brevipes
Trichodon trichodon
Euthynnus pelamis
Hexagrammos lagocephalus
Enophrys bison
Icelinus filamentosus
Radulinus asprellus
Occella verrucosa
407
418
424
437
405
435
442
401
396
451
439
448
412
423
446
Sebastes carinus
Sebastes f1avidus
Sebastse maliger
Sebastes pinniger
Sebastes brevispinis
Sebastes paucispinus
Sebastes ruberrimus
Sebastes babcocki
Sebastes alutus
Sebastolobus alascanus
Sebastes proriger
Sebastes wilsoni
Sebastes diploproa
Sebastes jordani
Sebastes variegatus
Total
Number
%
%
catch Total catch
of
Frequency
(Kg)
by weight
Tows occurrence
Trace
3
2.83%
Trace
2
1.89%
Trace
1
0.94%
Trace
1
0.94%
Trace
1
0.94%
Trace
1
0.94%
Trace
1
0.94%
Trace
1
0.94%
Trace
1
0.94%
Trace
1
0.94%
Trace
1
0.94%
3,544
7.872%
Rockfish
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Copper rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Canary rockfish
Silvergray rockfish
Bocaccio
Yelloweye rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Shortspine thornyhead
Redstripe rockfish
Pygmy rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Total Rockfish
182
172
114
62
38
21
8
5
3
3
1
1
Trace
Trace
Trace
610
0.404%
0.382%
0.253%
0.138%
0.084%
0.047%
0.018%
0.011%
0.007%
0.007%
0.002%
0.002%
6,413
3,624
911
78
3
2
11,031
14.245%
8.050%
2.024%
0.173%
0.007%
0.004%
24.504%
44,591
99.051%
6
9
11
4
6
4
2
1
5
1
2
1
1
1
1
5.66%
8.49%
10.38%
3.77%
5.66%
3.77%
1.89%
0.94%
4.72%
0.94%
1.89%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
93
90
32
19
1
1
87.74%
84.91%
30.19%
17.92%
0.94%
0.94%
1.355%
Selachii
1
2
3
4
5
6
Spotted raffish
Spiny dogfish
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Deepsea skate
Total Selachii
Total Fish
66
44
56
59
51
54
Hydrolagus colliei
Squalus acanthias
Raja binoculata
Raja rhina
Rajidae spp.(Family)
Raja abyssicola
- 9 -
Table 2. (cont'd)
~
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Species
Common name
Invertebrates
Pink short-spined star
Anemone
Dungeness crab
Giant red sea cucumber
Sunflower starfish
Barnacles
Sidestripe
Opal squid
Pink shrimp
Worms
Sponges
Hermit crabs
Starfish
Sea Urchins
Spiny scallop
Gastropoda
Red sea urchin
Red rock crab
Leather star
Prawn
Jellyfish
Sea Cucumbers
Decorator crab
Pacific pink scallop
Seaslugs
Long-armed sea star
Sea pens
Lewismoon snail
Stubby Squid
Vermilion starfish
Coonstripe shrimp
Crangons
Rose starfish
Rock snails
Brittle star
Sea pen
Sea-mouse
Northern Sun Star
Bivalves
Cancer crabs
Mud star
Basket stars
Spiny red sea star
Code
Scientific name
4ZC Pisaster brevispinus
3LO Actiniaria (Order)
XKG Cancer magister
60B Parastichopus califomicus
4XE Pycnopodia helianthoides
HCA Cirripedia
SEE Pandalus dispar
92D Loligo opa/escens
SCD Pandalus borealis
OAB Polychaeta (Class)
2AO Porifera (Phylum)
VAC Paguridae
4GA Asteroidea (Class)
6AB Echinacea (Superorder)
67C Chlamys hastata
10A Gastropoda (Class)
6BC Strongylocentrotus franciscanw
XLA Cancer productus
40C Dermasterias imbricata
SDF Pandalus platyceros
3GO Scyphozoa (Class)
6NA Ho/othuroidea (Class)
ZCA Oregonia gracilis
67E Chlamys rubida
51A Nudibranchiata
XKC Cancer branneri
4YB Orlhasterias loehleri
3UO Pennatulacea (Order)
27F Polinices lewisii
91 G Rossia pacifica
54B Arminidae (Family)
4JD Mediasterl aeqalis
SCF Pandalus danae
XKE Cancer gracilis
SIA Crangon spp.
4TG Crossaster papposus
31 E Murcidae (Family)
5AB Ophiurae
3U5 ptilosarcus gumeyi
OAE Aphroditidae spp.(Family)
4TD So/aster borealis
SLD Betaeus
60A Bivalvia
XKI Cancer oregonesis
XKA Cancridae
4HC Ctenodiscus crispatus
5QA Euryalae (Order)
4JF Hippasteria spinosa
Total
catch
%
Number
Total catch
of
%
Frequency
QSID
by weight
Tows
occurrence
156
85
53
32
27
17
16
8
5
5
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
Trace
0.347%
0.189%
0.118%
0.071%
0.060%
0.038%
0.036%
0.018%
0.011%
0.011%
0.007%
0.007%
0.007%
0.007%
0.004%
0.004%
0.004%
0.002%
0.002%
0.002%
0.002%
0.002%
44
22
14
10
16
1
5
17
7
4
10
9
7
3
6
4
1
5
3
2
2
1
7
6
6
5
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
41.51%
20.75%
13.21%
9.43%
15.09%
0.94%
4.72%
16.04%
6.60%
3.77%
9.43%
8.49%
6.60%
2.83%
5.66%
3.77%
0.94%
4.72%
2.83%
1.89%
1.89%
0.94%
6.60%
5.66%
5.66%
4.72%
3.77%
3.77%
3.77%
3.77%
2.83%
2.83%
2.83%
1.89%
1.89%
1.89%
1.89%
1.89%
1.89%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
0.94%
- 10 -
Table 2. (cont'd)
~
No.
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
Species
Common name
Octopus
Horned Shrimp
Cushion star
Green sea urchin
Total Invertebrates
TOTAL CATCH
Total
%
Number
%
catch Total catch
of
Frequency
(Kg)
byweighl
Tows occurrence
Trace
41F Leptychaster pacificus
1
0.94%
Trace
1
XUC Lophopanopeus bel/us bel/us
0.94%
Trace
1
97AOcropoda(Ordery
0.94%
Trace
SGB Paracrangon echinata
1
0.94%
Trace
VTG Petrolisthes eriomerus
1
0.94%
Trace
4UH pteraster tesselatus
1
0.94%
Trace
60A Strichopodidae
1
0.94%
1
6BB Strongylocentrotus droebachien Trace
0.94%
Trace
16B Trochacea (Superfamily)
1
0.94%
427
0.949%
45,018 100.000%
Code
Scientific name
- 11 ~
Table 3. Inventory of biological samples collected during the Hecate Strait survey,
on the eCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June13, 2000.
No.
Species
Common name
Number of samples
Male Female
1 Arrowtooth
Arrowtooth
Arrowtooth
Arrowtooth
38
47
68
Total
Unknown
Total
(a)
Preserved
11
13
27
51
38
86
73
197
49 LIW/S/M
99 LIW/S/M
100 LIW/S/M
248
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
2 Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
Dover sole
34 52
38 48
56 46
71
9
79
2
80 10
81 16
82
1
83
5
84
8
85
7
86
3
Total 204
48
31
54
41
23
15
34
24
20
18
18
16
326
100
79
100
50
25
25
50
25
25
25
25
19
548
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
3 Flathead
Flathead
Flathead
Flathead
26
48
95
Total
12
24
28
64
13
71
22
106
25 LIW/S/M
95 LIW/S/M
50 L/W/S/M
170
otoliths
otoliths
otoliths
4 English sole
. English sole
English sole
English sole
English sole
English sole
English sole
2 33
8 35
23 21
56 50
59 46
100 21
Total 206
57
62
54
50
54
29
306
90
97
75
100
100
50
512
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
L/W/S/M
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
5 Rock sole
Rock sole
Rock sole
Rock sole
Rock sole
Rock sole
Rock sole
Rock sole
8
6
11 25
14 12
23 54
40 17
92 17
104
8
Total 139
74
53
32
77
83
33
42
394
80
78
44
131
100
50
50
533
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
L/W/S/M
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
7
2
4
13
2
8
5
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
L/W/S/M
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
6 Petrale
Petrale
Petrale
Petrale
(a)
flounder
flounder
flounder
flounder
Sample Collected
Type
Tow
sole
sole
sole
sole
sole
sole
sole
sole
1
2
3
4
L-Iength, W-weight, S-sex, M-maturity
6
4
5
L/W/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
L/W/S/M
L/W/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
L/W/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
- 12 -
Table 3. (cont'd)
~
No.
Species
Common name
Male Female Unknown
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
Petrale sole
(a)
Sample Collected
Type
Number of samples
Tow
5
6
7
8
9
11
16
17
18
24
25
32
41
49
50
55
56
61
62
66
68
69
70
71
72
82
85
86
96
99
100
104
105
106
Total
5
1
6
65
109
7 Rex sole
Rex sole
Rex sole
3
27
8
3
92
47
8 Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
2
3
4
6
7
8
10
11
12
2
4
1
5
2
1
1
1
6
4
1
5
7
3
1
12
3
3
8
7
5
8
5
2
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
2
1
6
1
1
8
5
1
1
2
2
1
1
Total
5
1
11
7
5
5
13
8
5
1
9
8
11
12
1
5
2
3
1
2
3
7
1
1
2
1
10
6
3
1
5
2
1
1
174
(al
LIW/S/M
L/W/S/M
LIW/S/M
L/W/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
L/W/S/M
LIW/S/M
L/W/S/M
L/W/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
LIW/S/M
100 LIW/S/M
50 LIW/S/M
Preserved
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths, DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths, DNA
otoliths, DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths
otoliths
150
L-Iength, W-weight, S-sex, M-maturity
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
9
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
12
1
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
- 13 -
Table 3. (cont'd)
~
No.
Species
Common name
Number of samples
Male Female
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Lingcod
Sample Collected
Type
Tow
14
15
17
23
28
29
31
32
36
37
42
44
45
46
47
49
50
51
52
57
60
70
71
73
75
76
82
89
90
92
93
99
102
103
105
106
1
10
2
4
1
1
2
6
3
2
9
4
4
3
1
2
1
1
1
4
8
3
3
1
16
1
3
1
1
3
1
6
14
1
1
1
1
1
17
2
3
2
1
1
1
6
4
6
2
2
3
1
Total
1
1
20
6
8
3
1
3
1
2
2
1
10
11
5
3
1
1
1
33
1
3
1
6
2
1
2
1
1
9
1
10
20
3
2
4
1
1
(a)
Unknown
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
LIS
US
US
US
US
LIS
US
LIS
US
US
US
US
US
LIS
LIS
US
US
LIS
US
LIS
US
US
US
US
Preserved
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
otoliths,DNA
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
otoliths,DNA
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
otoliths,DNA
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
otoliths,DNA
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
203
9 Copper rockfish
15
22
26
48 LlW/S/M
otoliths,DNA
10 Yellowtail rockfish
7
37
13
50 LlW/S/M
otoliths,DNA
11 Quiflback rockfish
Quiflback rockfish
Quilfback rockfish
12 Canary rockfish
4
15
12
20
6
11
18 LlW/S/M
31 LlW/S/M
otoliths,DNA
otoliths,DNA
15
20
28
49
48 LlW/S/M
otoliths
(a) L-Iength, W-weight, S-sex, M-maturity
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
dorsal fin frozen
- 14 ~
Table 4. Summary of otolith samples collected during the 2000 Hecate Strait
survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
DATE
SPECIES
FISH NO.
TRAY NO.
TOTAL
01-Jun-00
01-Jun-00
02-Jun-00
03-Jun-00
03-Jun-00
11-Jun-00
ROCK SOLE
ROCK SOLE
ROCK SOLE
ROCK SOLE
ROCK SOLE
ROCK SOLE
6210001-100
6210101-158
6210159-258
6210301-375
6210376-475
6210476-575
621-1
621-2
621-3
621-4
621-5
621-6
May 31-June03
June04-June13
PETRALE SOLE
PETRALE SOLE
6070001-98
6070101-189
607-1
607-2
100
58
100
75
100
100
533
98
89
187
31-May-00
01-Jun-00
03-Jun-00
03-Jun-00
08-Jun-00
12-Jun-00
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
SOLE
SOLE
SOLE
SOLE
SOLE
SOLE
6280001-100
6280101-187
6280201-275
6280276-375
6280376-475
6280476-525
628-1
628-2
628-3
628-4
628-5
628-6
100
87
75
100
100
50
512
05-Jun-00
ARROWTOOTH
FLOUNDER
ARROWTOOTH
FLOUNDER
ARROWTOOTH
FLOUNDER
6020001-100
602-1
100
6020101-200
602-2
100
6020201-6020249
602-3
49
249
06-Jun-00
09-Jun-00
03-Jun-00
06-Jun-00
12-Jun-00
FLATHEAD SOLE
FLATHEAD SOLE
FLATHEAD SOLE
6120001-25
6120026-120
6120121-170
612-1
612-2
612-3
25
95
50
170
04-Jun-00
05-Jun-00
07-Jun-00
09-Jun-00
10-Jun-00
10-Jun-00
10-Jun-00
DOVER SOLE
DOVER SOLE
DOVER SOLE
DOVER SOLE
DOVER SOLE
DOVER SOLE
DOVER SOLE
6260001-100
6260101-179
6260201-300
6260301-350
6260351-450
6260451-544
6260545-569
626-1
626-2
626-3
626-4
626-5
626-6
626-7
100
79
100
50
100
94
25
548
31-May-00
03-Jun-00
REX SOLE
REX SOLE
6100001-100
6100101-150
610-1
610-2
100
50
150
TOTAL FLATFISH
2349
- 15 ~
Table 4. (cont'd)
DATE
SPECIES
FISH NO.
TRAY NO.
TOTAL
02-Jun-00
COPPER ROCKFISH
4070001-48
407-1
48
31-May-00
YELLOWTAIL ROCKFISH
4180001-50
418-1
50
31-May-00
QUILLBACK ROCKFISH
4240001-49
424-1
49
02-Jun-00
CANARY ROCKFISH
4370001-48
437-1
48
TOTAL ROCKFISH
GRAND TOTAL
195
2544
16.60
8.34
14.00
42.87
10.05
19.77
7.50
39.00
28.11
30.50
90.50
29.76
42.50
28.71
Dover sale
English sale
Rock sale
Pacific halibut
Petrale sale
Arrowtooth flounder
Rex sale
39
28
17
72
29
38
25
Median
30
31
21
72
33
15
15
Mode
Dover sale
English sale
Rock sale
Pacific halibut
Petrale sale
Arrowtooth flounder
Rex sale
Flathead sale
Copper rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Canary rockfish
Species
Number
sampled
5403
12566
5753
218
187
7170
7481
1498
48
50
49
48
Weight
caught
(kg)
3493
6046
2275
1129
146
10412
2785
638
182
172
114
62
548
512
533
187
249
150
170
48
50
49
48
114.4
259.4
20.6
46.8
48.1
47.1
46.8
46.9
Otoliths
taken
282.3
146.2
228.1
Weight
sampled
(kg)
Teble 7. Summary of biological samples collected, total weight, number and weight of fish sampled
for otoliths during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey on the eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
Standard
Deviation
Mean
Species
Table 6. Summary statistics for length (em) frequency data collected during the 2000 Hecate
Strait survey on the eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13,2000.
.,
I-'
'I
n
%
n
%
English sale
8
6
9
1.50 1.13 1.69
567
21
13
3
5
49 33 25
5.71 3.53 0.82 1.36 13.32 8.97 6.79
7
32 53
1
0
3 124
6.00 9.94 0.19 0.00 0.56 23.26
23456
Females
42
61
25
0
0
3
88
11.41 16.58 6.79 0.00 0.00 0.82 23.91
89
73
1
0
0
7 166
16.36 13.42 0.18 0.00 0.00 1.29 30.51
182
34.15
Maturity stage
14 40 11
0
78 23 42
2.57 7.35 2.02 0.00 14.34 4.23 7.72
n
106
7
2
0
% 19.89 1.31 0.38 0.00
Dover sale
Rock sale
234
Males
Table 8. Maturity stage for species sampled during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey on the
the eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
..
I
(Xl
I-'
-19-
Table 9. Salinity samples collected during the 2000 Hecate Strait survey on the CCGS
W. E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
Instrument
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
59724
Date & Time Conductivity Salinity Sample
ppt
#
13/07/0014:23
13/07/0014:26
13/07/0014:28
13/07/0014:30
13/07/0014:51
13/07/0014:53
13/07/0014:55
13/07/0014:57
13/07/0014:58
13/07/0015:00
13/07/00 15:01
13/07/00 15:03
13/07/0015:05
13/07/00 15:07
13/07/0015:10
13/07/0015:09
13/07/0015:14
13/07/0015:17
13/07/0015:19
13/07/0015:21
13/07/0015:23
13/07/00 15:25
13/07/00 15:27
13/07/0015:29
13/07/0015:31
13/07/0015:33
0.9106
0.9270
0.9168
0.9185
0.9127
0.9192
0.9172
0.9180
0.9048
0.9232
0.9043
0.9187
0.9124
0.9140
0.9003
0.9401
0.9103
0.9470
0.8908
0.9454
0.9170
0.9169
0.9225
0.9220
0.9196
0.9212
31.512
32.148
31.751
31.818
31.593
31.845
31.767
31.797
31.287
31.999
31.267
31.826
31.581
31.642
31.114
32.658
31.501
32.924
30.747
32.862
31.758
31.756
31.973
31.954
31.858
31.920
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Depth
m
surface
87
surface
14
surface
28
surface
19
surface
51
surface
46
surface
22
surface
89
surface
102
surface
96
surface
12
surface
31
surface
41
~
\..,..
~
'-",
",
-20-
.-. . -
~
~'-"'~.
13~'00'
'~.~~:
~ _._~:~~.~.~\_ ~~=/~
o
\.r.. . . :
I XO"N
ENTRANCE
.
53·00
.,
~·::··":,!:"'·l~!i:!rt::~~~
.
2 .. ···
-.'
....(".~-:.•,
0"
:,.
:
.. , .. ":,,,.
{-g :J'14p;.~~~I~,
1':1.
_1
(M;
_:..
...-:
::
:
6
Fig. 1. Haul locations and survey grid for the 2000 Hecate Strait species assemblage
survey, on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13,2000.
number Packed
size 10 & 15 em
material Rubber
shape Disks
WING MESH
mesh size
8.75 em
BOBBINS~
24.4 m
FOOTROPE LENGTH
BODY
mesh size
8.75 em
FLOATS
number 40
size 20 em
material plastic
shape sphere
INTERMEDIATE
mesh size
8.7S em
mesh size
8.75 em
~
CODEND LINER
mesh size 2.5 em
HEADROPELENGTH
18.3 m
\
Fig. 2 Specifications for the Yankee 36 used by the CCGS 'W:E. RICKER during the Hecate Strait Survey, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
~
10·12 m
VERTICAL OPENING
2.5 m
HORIZONTAL OPENING
TRAWL DOORS
BRIDLE / SWEEPLINE
shape Combination
length 36.6 m
type USA Jet
dimensions 3.0 m x 1.8 m
weight 1135 kg
.,
I
N
i-'
It
Q)
:::l
C"
cQ)
~
n=218
Length (em)
17 22 27 32 37 42 47 52 57 62 67 72 77 82 87 92 97 102107112117122127132137142147152157162
x = 90.5
s.d. = 42.868
Fig.3 Length frequency histogram for Pacific halibut sampled during the 2000 Hecate Strait trawl survey aboard
the eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
o
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
Pacific Halibut
I
N
N
- 23 -
English sole
800
700
n=12054
600
x = 28.113
>. 500
s.d. = 8.339
(,,)
c
~ 400
0"
e
u.
300
200
100
o
.
1111 __ -
1
I
8
10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50
Length (cm)
Rex sole
600
i
i
500
n=7481
400
x = 28.714
s.d. = 7.501
~
t::
!!lCT
300
e
II.
200
100
O-t-,..-.,...-,-,..-,.......,.....,.....,.,...,....Y"'-r.llllLr"..,.....r"'Y...,....Y"'-r.llllLr"..,.....r"'Y...,....Y"'-r.llllLr"..,.....r"'Y...,...Y"'-r.llllLr".........,.-,."'Y''Y'''-,.-,..-,JIIIIL,-,-l
8
10 12 14
16
18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48
50 52
Length (em)
Fig.4 Length frequency histograms for English sale and rex sale sampled during the 2000
Hecate Strait trawl survey aboard the CCGS WE Ricker, May 31-June 13, 2000.
- 24 ~
Rock sole
350
300
n = 5220
x = 30.5
250
s.d. = 14
g>- 200
Q)
:::J
C"
E
LL
150
100
50
I
.111
O'
7
9
11 13 15 17 19 21
11111111. __
23 25 27 29 31
33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51
Length (em)
Dover sole
300
250
n = 4855
x= 39
200
s.d.
>-
CJ
=16.6
c::
!C"
150
...
Q)
LL
100
50
J
11
1111111111.... __ -
_III
14
17 20 23 26 29 32 35 38 41
44
47
50
53
56
59
62
65
length (cm)
Fig. 5 Length frequency histograms for rock sole and Dover sole sampled during the 2000
Hecate Strait trawl survey aboard the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31- June 13,2000.
53
- 25 -
Arrowtooth flounder
900
l
_
I
800
n = 7170
700
x =42.5
600
s.d. = 19.773
>-
g
CIl
500
...g
400
:::l
u.
300
200
100
o
9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75
Length (em)
Petrale sole
5
i
j
n = 174
4
x = 29.758
s.d. = 10.052
~3
c
II)
:::l
g
It 2
o
14
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
30
31
33
34
37
40
43
46
47
Length (em)
Fig. 6 Length frequency histograms for arrowtooth flounder and petrale sole sampled during
the 2000 Hecate Strait trawl survey aboard the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
56
- 26 -
1400
1200
1000
-
800
s:
600
:§
j
n = 149
I
r=0.928
a=189.260
b=0.407
English sole
(males)
.s::
CD
'iii
400
200
0
~
I
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
500
600
Length (mm)
1400
n = 149
r = 0.902
a = 218.424
b = 0.298
1200
1000
:§
-
800
s:
600
English sole
11III
(females)
.s::
CD
'iii
400
200
11III
0
0
100
200
300
400
Length (mm)
Fig.? Length-weight relationships by sex for English sale caught during the 2000 Hecate
Strait survey on the eeGS W.E.Ricker, May 31 - June13, 2000.
- 27 -
3500
I
i
3000
Dover sole
n=209
2500
r=0.883
2000
b=3.407
:§
....
(males)
a=-760.643
•
J:
C)
~ 1500
100b
500
o~
i •
o
100
I
•$J J
200
c:
300
I
400
i
500
i
I
I
600
700
800
600
700
800
length (mm)
3500
3000
-....
. 2500
J
1
n=339
Dover sole
r=0.872
(females)
a=-961.229
b=4.102
~ 2000
J:
C)
~ 15001
11II
1000
500
j
11II
IIII;;~
11II11II
11II
0
0
100
200
300
400
500
length (mm)
Fig. 8 Length-weight relationships by sex for Dover sale caught during the 2000 Hecate Strait
survey aboard the eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
- 28 ~
350
300J
250 ~
§
....
Rex sale
n = 11
(males)
r = 0.909
a = -323.129
b =2.204
200
.c
Cl
"iii 150
~
100
50
0
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
250
300
350
400
Length (mm)
350
300
n = 139
r = 0.966
250
a = -263.513
Rex sale
(females)
b = 1.456
§
....
200
.c
Cl
~
150
100
50
0
0
50
100
150
200
Length (mm)
Fig. 9 Length-weight relationships by sex for rex sale caught during the 2000 Hecate Strait
survey on the eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13,2000.
- 29 ~
2500
I
Rock sole
(males)
2000 -j
~
.s
-
1500 ~
3:
1000
J ::
tll
n = 138
r = 0.909
a = -323.129
b = 2.204
•
I
'iii
500
0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Length (mm)
2500 .-,- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ,
Rock sole
n =393
2000
~
.s
(females)
r = 0.939
a = -708.493
b =4.096
1500
:E
tll
'iii
3:
1000
500
o~
a
100
200
I
II
300
400
Length (mm)
Fig.10 Length-weight relationship by sex for rock sole caught during the 2000
Hecate Strait survey on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
500
600
- 30 -
600
Rock sole
n=138
500 -j
400
(males)
•
I
E
.§.
;; 300
Cl
c:
IU
...J
20.0
100
0
0
2
4
10
8
6
12
14
16
18
Age (y)
600
Rock sole
n=395
500 -j
!
II1II
(females)
- I ...
II1II
OIl
_ 400
1
I
E
E
I
I
J..,....I-"T
I
I
--I
II1II
II1II
II1II
II1II
II1II
14
16
~oo
ac:
IU
...J200
100
0
0
2
4
6
10
8
12
Age (y)
Fig 11. Age-length relationship for rock sale male and female from the 2000 Hecate Strait
assemblage trawl survey on the eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31- June 13.2000.
18
- 31 ~
800
700
J
600 -l
E
500
.s:5 400
Dover sole
n=208
(males)
• •
i
•
• •
Cl
cC1)
...I
300
200
100
0
0
10
5
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Age (y)
800
E
I
Dover sole
700
n=339
600
(females)
II1II
500
.s..c: 400
'5
c
j 300
I
II1II
II1II
II1II
II1II
IIiI
II1II
II1II
II1II
200
100
oI
o
I
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Age (y)
Fig. 12. Age-length relationship for Dover sale male and female from the 2000 Hecate Strait
assemblage trawl survey, on the eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31- June 13, 2000.
45
- 32 -
600
English sole
n=149
(males)
500
E
400
§.
•
.c
'5
c:
j 300
~,
200
•
•
•
* IJ. :t
•
: •
-.
....
t
~
.....
•
• • •
*
t
•
100
0
600
2
4
10
Age (y~
12
14
I
~
16
I
English sole
n=218
500
6
(females)
III
III
400
I
III
III
E
I
III
III
§.
.sOl
III
III
300
c:
j
III
III
200
100
oI
o
I
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
Age (y)
Fig. 13. Age-length relationship for English sole male and female from the 2000 Hecate Strait
assemblage trawl survey, on the eeGS W.E. Ricker, May 31- June 13,2000.
16
Fig. 14 Stage of maturity for rock sole sampled during the 2000 Hecate Strait assemblage trawl survey
on the CCGS W.E. Ricker, May 31 - June 13, 2000.
.,
0.00 I
5.00
10.00
15.00 ,
20.00
I
2
- -
--
3
I
Maturity stage
4
IOMale III Female
Dover sole
I
5
I
6
Fig.15 Stage of maturity for Dover sale sampled during the 2000 Hecate Strait assemblage trawl survey on the GGGS W.E. Ricker,
May 31- June 13, 2000.
c.
(J
...III
III
....c::
25.00
30.00
7
-
--
35.00 - , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _
.,
t
I
W
c..
Q)
I
J
I
I
IIIIIIIIIIIIIII
2
IIIIIIIIIIIIIII
3
4
II1II Female
I
Maturity stage
ICI Male
English sole
I
5
I
.-------0
6
7
.-
-
I
Fig. 16. Stage of maturity for English sale sampled during the 2000 Hecate Strait assemblage trawl survey on the eeGS W.E. Ricker,
May 31 • June 13,2000.
0.00 I
5.00
10.00 J
~ 15.00
I::
-
20.00
25.00
30.00
I
I
U1
w
-36-
Appendix 1. Criteria used for determination stage of matUl1ty of sole sampled
during the CCGS W.E. RICKER, trawl survey of Hecate Strait.
Maturity stage
Code
Immature
1
Maturing
2
Developing
3
Ripe
4
Spawning
5
Spent
6
Resting
7
Testes
Testes very small stringlike and somewhat
translucent or pinkish in
colour.
Testes enlarged, a distinct
bulge evident but still
translucent or pinkish in
colour.
Testes enlarged, brownwhite or white in colour,
firm in texture.
Testes large, white and
easily broken. No sperm
evident.
Testes large, white and
sperm evident.
Testes flaccid, shrunken and
yellow-brown in colour.
Sperm ducts enlarged and a
small amount of sperm may
be present.
Testes firm, small and
yellow-brown in colour.
Sperm ducts small.
Ovaries
Ovaries very small, translucent
or pinkish in colour and
somewhat gelatinous in
texture.
Ovaries relatively small,
pinkish-yellow or cream in
colour, granular in texture. No
distinct eggs visible.
Ovaries large, cream or yellow
in colour, containing opaque
eggs that can be distinguished
by direct observation. Sex may
be determined externally.
Ovaries containing partly or
wholly translucent eggs. Sex
easily detelmined externally.
Ovaries containing entirely
translucent, mature ova. Eggs
loose and will run from
oviducts under slight pressure.
Ovaries large, flaccid and
purple in colour; a few
translucent eggs may be left.
Ovarian membrane very
bloodshot and sac-like.
Ovaries contracted and firm,
pinkish-grey to cream-yellow
in colour and may appear
granular in texture but no
distinct eggs are visible.
-37Appendix 2. Bridge log and species catch composition during the 2000 Hecate Strait assemblage trawl survey on
the CCGS W.E: Ricker, May 31- June 13, 2000.
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
1
L406
MAY 31
DURATION (H)
0.520
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
10
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.650
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
10:23
52 38.9
130 46.1
61
START
9:53
52 37.4
130 46.4
63
3
2
L406
MAY 31
K405
MAY 31
0.500
42
1. 460
0.520
237
1.450
STOP
11:19
52 41. 4
130 42.6
60
START
10:49
52 40.4
130 44.2
60
START
12:12
52 42.8
130 44.6
56
STOP
12:42
52 42
130 46.5
56
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
3
1
32
6
2
44
TRACE
9
TRACE
1
23
TRACE
5
22
8
11
2
2
6
5
23
13
6
25
5
TRACE
1
9
4
2
TRACE
3
TRACE
2
TRACE
3
1
2
TRACE
1
2
2
828
30
4
1
1
8
915
USABLE
136
USABLE
110
USABLE
-38-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
4
K404
MAY 31
DURATION (H)
0.500
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
32
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.410
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
14:06
52 45.8
130 45.8
47
START
13:36
52 44.6
130 47.3
46
5
K403
MAY 31
K506
MAY 31
0.500
34
1.410
0.500
29
1. 330
START
14:50
52 47.3
13 0 49.7
37
STOP
15:20
52 48.4
130 48.4
36
6
START
16:24
52 46.6
130 38.1
61
STOP
16:54
52 47.5
130 36.5
63
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
C-O sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
SandI anc e
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted rat fish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
2
TRACE
2
2
11
8
4
3
8
9
35
4
3
3
12
5
64
4
TRACE
7
TRACE
1
138
3
17
TRACE
TRACE
2
7
TRACE
4
6
5
TRACE
23
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
11
1
116
USABLE
6
3
125
USABLE
5
TRACE
186
USABLE
-39-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
7
J505
MAY 31
DURATION (H)
0.500
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
3
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.438
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
18:40
52 56.6
130 34.5
52
START
18:10
52 55.1
130 34.6
52
9
J403
8
J504
JUNE 01
JUNE 01
0.483
159
1.445
0.500
285
1. 282
START
6:15
52 56.7
130 38.1
44
STOP
6:44
52 55.3
130 37.5
43
START
7:36
52 57.6
130 44.8
32
STOP
8:06
52 57.6
130 47.2
31
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted rat fish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
8
18
11
1
3
2
3
6
25
48
39
1
10
92
6
153
4
33
229
10
211
TRACE
13
1
1
142
12
19
12
10
TRACE
1
TRACE
3
TRACE
7
TRACE
8
2
TRACE
1
TRACE
TRACE
8
1
4
5
394
USABLE
18
19
491
USABLE
28
19
362
USABLE
-40-·
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
10
J402
JUNE 01
DURATION (H)
0.500
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
333
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.558
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG, MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
9:12
52 57.8
130 50.2
19
START
8:42
52 56.3
130 49.2
25
12
J204
11
J303
JUNE 01
JUNE 01
0.417
27
1. 337
0.483
53
1. 500
START
11:09
52 55.3
131 15.1
36
STOP
11:34
52 56.5
131 14.1
47
START
14:42
52 54.5
131 18.3
44
STOP
15:11
52 55
131 16.5
49
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted rat fish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
1
2
3
TRACE
TRACE
2
TRACE
19
349
45
157
2
7
TRACE
171
2
81
102
1
55
TRACE
12
115
3
9
58
87
1
3
62
TRACE
TRACE
2
TRACE
5
TRACE
26
TRACE
20
79
3
6
TRACE
1
10
11
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
3
2
3
1
3
228
11
1
8
TRACE
602
USABLE
868
USABLE
316
USABLE
-41-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
14
J401
13
J301
JUNE 01
DURATION (H)
0.500
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
26
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.256
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
17:11
52 59.3
130 59.8
13
START
16:41
52 58.2
131 00.5
13
15
1402
JUNE 02
JUNE 02
0.500
332
1.244
0.500
166
1. 556
START
6:14
53 00.7
130 53.3
15
STOP
6:44
53 01. 2
130 54.1
15
START
7:16
53 01. 3
130 52.6
29
STOP
7:46
53 00
130 51.3
32
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific' sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
6
1
TRACE
TRACE
4
TRACE
8
27
141
TRACE
2
9
1
1
14
TRACE
28
7
86
8
38
41
TRACE
86
5
1
TRACE
48
157
31
5
TRACE
1
3
4
TRACE
16
TRACE
9
23
1
TRACE
TRACE
5
TRACE
2
TRACE
4
34
25
1
70
USABLE
31
TRACE
184
USABLE
113
83
859
USABLE
-42-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
16
J404
JUNE 02
DURATION (H)
0.500
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
124
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.933
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
START
8:16
52 59.6
130 48
42
STOP
8:46
52 58.9
130 46.9
40
J405
JUNE 02
18
I404
JUNE 02
0.333
318
0.845
0.300
304
1.133
17
START
9:21
53 00.4
130 43.3
55
STOP
9:41
53 01. 2
130 44.4
55
START
10:46
53 05.6
130 53.2
45
STOP
11:04
53 06.2
130 54.7
43
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
C-O sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbel1y rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Spl.i tnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted rat fish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
25
6
3
22
14
3
6
1
1
8
33
5
37
14
TRACE
3
TRACE
19
30
3
4
4
71
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
7
2
1
TRACE
3
11
1
1
TRACE
TRACE
8
13
104
USABLE
TRACE
5
6
119
USABLE
8
20
175
USABLE
-43-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
JUNE 02
DURATION (H)
0.500
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
0
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.485
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
START
12:07
53 05.8
130 58.9
31
21
1301
20
1301
19
1303
STOP
12:37
53 07.2
130 59.1
32
JUNE 02
JUNE 02
0.500
240
1.356
0.500
350
1. 410
START
13 :30
53 02.7
131 03.5
18
STOP
14:00
53 02.1
131 05.5
21
START
14:36
53 03.1
131 09
19
STOP
15:06
53 04.4
131 09.7
21
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Sil~ergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
2
TRACE
20
3
55
21
42
1
4
4
TRACE
8
TRACE
30
17
1
TRACE
35
16
29
4
-
3
3
TRACE
2
5
2
36
TRACE
1
5
TRACE
1
TRACE
3
TRACE
1
43
28
18
231
USABLE
97
USABLE
13
1
137
USABLE
-44-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
JUNE 02
0.483
DURATION (H)
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
342
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.303
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
16:48
53 15.4
131 10.3
22
START
16:19
53 14.2
131 09.6
22
24
H303
23
H301
22
H302
JUNE 03
0.517
131
1. 620
START
6:10
53 16
131 08.4
19
STOP
6:41
53 14.7
131 07.1
19
JUNE 03
0.333
11
0.892
START
7:27
53 17.7
131 01. 8
37
STOP
7:47
53 18.5
131 01. 4
37
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silyergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
9
TRACE
2
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
138
3
2
30
18
23
284
23
4
TRACE
1
1
1
28
98
TRACE
4
2
TRACE
1
TRACE
TRACE
1
TRACE
7
TRACE
61
TRACE
12
10
TRACE
TRACE
10
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
3
TRACE
1
TRACE
TRACE
12
3
7
115
USABLE
TRACE
546
USABLE
9
4
160
USABLE
-45-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
26
H406
25
H304
JUNE 03
DURATION (H)
0.350
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
181
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.028
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
8:41
53 15.4
13059.7
42
START
8:20
53 16.4
131 00.1
41
27
H405
JUNE 03
JUNE 03
0.333
161
0.823
0.333
343
1.020
STOP
9:54
53 12.2
130 50.3
63
START
9:34
53 13
130 50.7
63
START
10:56
53 17.8
13054.7
54
STOP
11:16
53 18.7
130 55.4
51
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific" halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
4
5
1
7
47
108
5
12
TRACE
1
11
11
TRACE
6
30
3
2
TRACE
2
79
7
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
8
3
TRACE
1
10
2
8
TRACE
4
TRACE
TRACE
34
7
229
USABLE
3
26
34
USABLE
185
USABLE
-46-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
28
H301
29
H201
JUNE 03
DURATION (H)
0.500
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
135
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.101
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
13:35
53 17.9
131 14.6
15
START
13:05
53 18.7
131 15.9
15
30
G301
JUNE 03
JUNE 03
0.500
120
1. 238
0.500
283
1. 329
START
14:57
52 27.1
131 19.7
17
STOP
15:27
53 26.5
131 18
13
START
16:25
53 25.6
131 09.1
17
STOP
16:55
53 25.8
131 11.3
16
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
C-O sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Spiitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
2
1
TRACE
TRACE
13
TRACE
35
27
12
TRACE
28
111
1
2
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
1
TRACE
TRACE
1
TRACE
2
3
1
TRACE
5
TRACE
1
1
3
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
4
14
9
6
10
3
81
USABLE
23
91
USABLE
180
USABLE
-47-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
31
G302
32
G303
JUNE 04
DURATION (H)
0.500
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
44
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.413
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG, MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
6:45
53 23.4
131 02.9
27
START
6:15
53 22.5
131 04.7
29
33
G405
JUNE 04
JUNE 04
0.350
344
0.913
0.333
322
0.955
START
7:28
53 21
131 00.2
33
STOP
7:49
53 21. 9
131 00.4
43
START
8:30
53 21. 5
130 57.3
52
STOP
8:50
53 22.2
130 58.4
50
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific' halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
50
1
1
TRACE
24
13
51
TRACE
31
3
1
30
1
26
8
90
13
13
1
3
TRACE
TRACE
12
11
5
16
29
533
2
2
10
24
1
4
5
24
53
40
12
227
USABLE
329
USABLE
498
11
1096
USABLE
-48-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
34
G406
JUNE 04
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
55
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.914
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
START
9:56
53 26.9
130 51.4
63
JUNE 04
36
F302
JUNE 04
0.483
336
1.782
0.500
350
0.000
35
G301
STOP
10:16
53 27.6
130 50.4
61
START
12:05
53 30.5
131 12.7
16
STOP
12:34
53 31. 8
131 14.6
14
START
13 :31
53 33.1
131 07
25
STOP
14:01
53 34.6
131 07
33
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sable fish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
107
190
10
15
76
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
9
12
21
23
88
3
13
2
TRACE
2
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
7
1
TRACE
5
13
TRACE
31
1
TRACE
TRACE
24
9
18
9
678
4
471
USABLE
793
USABLE
117
USABLE
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
-49-
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
37
F403
JUNE 04
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
35
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.096
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
15:40
53 36.9
13049.7
33
START
15:20
53 36
130 50.8
34
39
E403
38
E407
JUNE 05
JUNE 05
0.333
348
0.848
0.333
148
1. 064
START
6:32
53 43.1
130 44.8
STOP
6:52
53 43.8
130 45
70
71
START
7:34
53 42.7
130 48.1
37
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific· halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole.
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
9
TRACE
TRACE
3
3
1
5
3
93
TRACE
20
2
7
26
4
4
2
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
7
6
10
7
220
USABLE
344
USABLE
2
TRACE
130
USABLE
STOP
7:54
53 41. 8
130 47.3
32
-50-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
41
E404
40
E402
JUNE 05
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
317
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.893
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
8:47
53 42.4
130 51.4
28
START
8:27
53 41. 9
130 50.1
24
42
F402
JUNE 05
JUNE 05
0.333
148
0.887
0.333
205
0.912
START
9:28
53 41. 6
130 46.4
43
STOP
9:48
53 40.7
130 46.2
43
START
10:16
53 39.9
130 48.1
26
SPECIES CATCH{KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sale
C-O sale
Curlfin sale
Dover sale
English sale
Flathead sale
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sale
Rex sale
Rock sale (s.)
Sand sale
Yellowfin sale
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sale
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
1
TRACE
1
28
TRACE
319
1
3
TRACE
12
TRACE
TRACE
18
TRACE
6
13
7
3
17
TRACE
35
TRACE
1
TRACE
1
80
58
5
28
515
USABLE
491
USABLE
84
132
USABLE
STOP
10:36
53 39.2
130 49
26
-51-
Appendix 2. (cont' d)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
44
E302
43
F405
JUNE 05
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
177
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.879
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG, MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
11:32
53 37.1
130 46.6
56
START
11:12
53 38
130 46.4
56
45
E302
JUNE 05
JUNE 05
0.500
325
1. 323
0.333
179
0.833
START
13 :34
53 41. 6
131 15.1
24
STOP
14:04
53 42.6
131 16.6
23
START
15:28
53 48.1
131 13.4
20
STOP
15:48
53 47.2
131 13.4
20
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
C-O sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
34
TRACE
46
20
22
12
7
404
TRACE
27
3
2
211
5
50
11
TRACE
TRACE
39
TRACE
TRACE
1
1
TRACE
TRACE
2
2
2
39
84
41
TRACE
TRACE
2
TRACE
TRACE
1
16
3
31
18
377
USABLE
780
USABLE
2
TRACE
1
75
USABLE
-52-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
47
D403
46
E302
JUNE 05
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
139
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.901
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
START
17:09
53 48.6
131 01.1
27
STOP
17:29
53 48.6
131 01.1
29
48
D403
JUNE 06
JUNE 06
0.300
300
1. 000
0.333
303
0.960
START
7:04
53 54.3
130 53.4
37
STOP
7:22
53 54.8
130 54.6
36
START
8:12
53 51. 9
130 51.2
35
STOP
8:32
53 52.4
130 52.4
45
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splltnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
537
TRACE
8
28
30
20
1
45
TRACE
2
20
TRACE
43
94
TRACE
1
4
181
6
10
10
3
1
4
1
1
27
15
TRACE
8
TRACE
28
1
2
17
10
7
136
USABLE
772
USABLE
54
6
6
340
USABLE
-53-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
49
D303
50
D304
JUNE 06
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
314
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.858
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
9:52
53 54.6
131 03.5
33
START
9:32
53 54.1
131 02.4
37
51
D302
JUNE 06
JUNE 06
0.250
343
0.630
0.267
318
0.713
START
10:55
53 56.5
131 01.6
41
STOP
11:10
53 57.1
131 02.1
42
START
12:05
53 58.3
131 07
23
STOP
12:21
53 58.8
131 07.8
23
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific" halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
28
1
14
208
1
19
136
2
51
9
TRACE
190
3
TRACE
3
TRACE
5
TRACE
36
TRACE
105
213
52
TRACE
25
12
1
10
3
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
8
12
11
30
7
3
12
TRACE
2
76
TRACE
TRACE
1
TRACE
1
1
14
9
17
4
522
USABLE
745
USABLE
1
TRACE
73
USABLE
-54-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
52
D301
53
D201
JUNE 06
DURATION (H)
0.500
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
84
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.178
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
13 :30
53 59.9
131 07.3
19
START
13:00
53 59.8
131 09.2
19
54
C301
JUNE 06
JUNE 06
0.233
23
0.585
0.333
62
0.845
START
14:41
53 56.7
131 17.1
15
STOP
14:55
53 57.3
131 16.8
14
START
17:21
54 06.8
131 16.1
17
STOP
17:41
54 07.2
131 14.9
17
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
C-O sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Spiitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted rat fish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
1
2
TRACE
1
150
1
17
8
TRACE
1
35
6
43
3
35
9
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
2
8
21
TRACE
34
-55-
Appendix 2. (cont' d)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
55
C303
JUNE 07
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
357
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.933
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
6:27
54 01. 8
131 05.2
37
START
6:07
54 00.9
131 05.3
37
57
C302
56
C304
JUNE 07
JUNE 07
0.167
12
0.461
0.333
16
1. 096
START
6:58
54 03.2
131 03.9
47
STOP
7:08
54 03.7
131 03.7
47
START
7:50
54 04.3
131 07.3
21
STOP
8:10
54 05.2
131 07.3
17
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
C-O sole
curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific' halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Paci fic herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
9
TRACE
78
12
80
TRACE
64
59
TRACE
172
11
5
3
31
TRACE
1
91
2
80
1
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
11
3
TRACE
35
13
1
2
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
2
6
TRACE
5
TRACE
9
TRACE
2
100
9
295
USABLE
23
137
498
USABLE
8
2
288
USABLE
-56-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
58
C305
59
B304
JUNE 07
DURATION (H)
0.167
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
335
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.447
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
START
8:53
54 06.2
131 03.2
52
STOP
9:03
54 06.6
131 03.5
53
60
B301
JUNE 08
JUNE 08
0.167
11
0.556
0.250
155
0.661
START
9:38
54 11
131 04.3
46
STOP
9:48
54 11.5
131 04.2
45
START
10:32
54 12.2
131 10
15
STOP
10:47
54 11. 6
131 09.4
21
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
453
TRACE
141
186
1
37
TRACE
2
5
2
56
10
1
TRACE
TRACE
7
TRACE
2
4
1
1
1
72
91
254
1043
USABLE
771
USABLE
15
4
23
89
USABLE
-57-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
61
B303
62
B305
JUNE 08
DURATION (H)
0.167
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
7
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.547
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG, MIN}
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
11 :35
54 14
131 04.4
31
START
11:25
54 13.5
131 04.5
31
63
B306
JUNE 08
JUNE 08
0.167
334
0.490
0.167
329
0.396
START
12:22
54 17.4
131 04.4
56
STOP
12:32
54 17.8
131 04.7
57
START
13 :17
54 17
131 03.4
61
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific· halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
42
TRACE
41
45
26
206
4
2
68
1
13
32
23
TRACE
2
239
TRACE
1
5
39
2
1
TRACE
9
7
13
7
3
5
1
4
TRACE
10
3
TRACE
TRACE
1
TRACE
34
TRACE
7
17
286
622
USABLE
379
USABLE
10
149
372
USABLE
STOP
13 :27
54 17.4
131 03.6
60
-58- .
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
64
B302
JUNE 08
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
274
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.813
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
14:36
54 17.6
131 08.8
26
START
14:16
54 17.5
131 07.4
26
66
B303
65
B304
JUNE 08
JUNE 08
0.333
339
0.855
0.250
25
0.730
START
15:15
54 20
131 07.1
44
STOP
15: 35
54 20.9
131 07.2
46
START
16:25
54 20.8
131 10.7
34
STOP
16:40
54 21. 2
131 09.7
36
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yel10wfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
9
94
1
TRACE
16
117
109
12
2
1
220
TRACE
30
171
2
8
2
91
9
TRACE
1
3
19
2
21
8
5
1
4
TRACE
3
TRACE
8
1
84
USABLE
9
529
899
USABLE
4
135
690
USABLE
-59-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
67
A305
68
B104
JUNE 08
DURATION (H)
0.250
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
1
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.670
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG, MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
17:28
54 22.7
131 06
58
START
17:13
54 22.1
131 06.2
55
69
B102
JUNE 09
JUNE 09
0.167
74
0.453
0.333
55
0.916
START
6:25
54 11. 7
131 46.3
42
STOP
6:35
54 12
131 45.6
44
START
7:12
54 10.6
131 44.7
21
STOP
7:32
54 11.1
131 43.5
20
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific· halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silv~rgray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Paci fic tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
111
188
285
112
17
12
TRACE
1483
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
2052
USABLE
2
23
15
12
2
2
87
2
25
105
3
11
1
TRACE
1
TRACE
TRACE
2
1
TRACE
3
TRACE
23
3
21
8
4
TRACE
2
3
1
110
54
398
USABLE
16
40
343
USABLE
-60-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
70
B202
71
JUNE 09
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
82
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.943
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
8:50
54 15.5
131 33.5
40
START
8:30
54 14.9
131 34.7
29
72
Bl06
Bl05
JUNE 09
JUNE 09
0.167
235
0.548
0.167
229
0.485
START
9:22
54 15.4
131 35.4
56
STOP
9:32
54 15.3
131 36.4
59
START
10:20
54 13.9
131 42.9
68
STOP
10:30
54 13.7
131 43.6
63
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silyergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northe= ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
532
273
60
60
13
TRACE
23
1
1
1
14
1
29
TRACE
3
1
24
2
24
TRACE
5
TRACE
3
1
TRACE
20
8
2
14
8
6
1
TRACE
TRACE
1
43
168
75
81
816
USABLE
560
USABLE
TRACE
102
39
268
USABLE
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
-61-
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
73
BI07
74
B202
JUNE 09
DURATION (H)
0.250
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
64
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.724
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
START
11:24
54 16.6
131 37.6
72
STOP
11 :39
54 16.9
131 36.5
72
75
B203
JUNE 09
JUNE 09
0.250
87
0.735
0.333
89
1. 057
START
12:36
54 15.7
131 30.6
27
STOP
12:51
54 15.8
131 29.4
27
START
13 :28
54 17.9
131 23.4
35
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
C-O sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific' halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splltnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted rat fish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
10
4
TRACE
20
1
1
1
5
4
3
9
7
5
TRACE
11
5
1
1
7
93
11
24
320
USABLE
115
USABLE
6
1
2360
USABLE
STOP
13:48
54 18
131 21. 6
34
-62-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
JUNE 09
DURATION (H)
0.167
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
270
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.800
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
14:59
54 16.8
131 29
40
START
14:49
54 17
131 28.3
40
78
B206
77
B205
76
B204
JUNE 09
JUNE 09
0.250
64
0.735
0.167
40
0.527
START
15:50
54 18.3
131 24
52
STOP
16:05
54 18.4
131 22.9
55
START
16:43
54 19.4
131 18.3
65
SPECIES CATCH(KG.}
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
SpIitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
453
434
85
1
2
8
96
16
17
9
42
182
66
TRACE
11
18
TRACE
6
TRACE
3
15
1
3
15
2
TRACE
TRACE
2
500
USABLE
TRACE
TRACE
14
35
11
11
9
7
656
USABLE
419
USABLE
STOP
16:53
54 19.8
131 17.6
63
-63-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
79
A306
JUNE 10
DURATION (H)
0.167
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
300
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.509
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
START
6:08
54 24.3
131 06.2
64
81
A307
80
A307
STOP
6:18
54 24.6
131 06.8
66
JUNE 10
JUNE 10
0.167
326
0.520
0.250
266
0.686
START
7:05
54 28
131 07.9
72
STOP
7:15
54 28.4
131 08.3
72
START
8:07
54 26.5
131 13.7
76
STOP
8:22
54 26.5
131 14.9
82
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
C-O sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific· halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petra1e sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yel10wfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Qui11back rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbe11y rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Si1vergray rockfish
Sp1itnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronqui1
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sab1efish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
51
11
132
138
12
94
439
4
1
5
10
2
22
26
31
1
1
3
2
TRACE
1
1
1
2
2
2
5
TRACE
18
36
3
5
7
149
388
USABLE
3
4
190
USABLE
5
1
665
USABLE
-64-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
82
A306
83
A306
JUNE 10
DURATION (H)
0.250
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
315
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.760
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
9:20
54 29.2
131 16
69
START
9:05
54 28.7
131 15.1
68
84
B207
JUNE 10
JUNE 10
0.250
208
0.309
0.167
229
0.450
START
10:26
54 23.1
131 16.3
64
STOP
10:41
54 22.6
131 16.8
66
START
12:06
54 19.5
131 20.7
76
STOP
12:16
54 19.6
131 21.6
78
SPECIES CATCH{KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Si1vergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
93
598
103
71
103
TRACE
399
8
1
32
6
4
2
6
8
18
TRACE
TRACE
5
2
3
TRACE
TRACE
11
5
2
4
13
1
TRACE
10
2
3
233
USABLE
174
17
921
USABLE
11
182
750
USABLE
-65-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
86
B304
85
A305
JUNE 10
DURATION (H)
0.167
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
189
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.469
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG, MIN)
LONG. (DEG, MIN}
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
13:24
54 20.7
131 16.2
56
START
13 :14
54 21.1
131 16
56
87
B201
JUNE 10
JUNE 10
0.167
220
0.430
0.333
142
1. 020
STOP
14:07
54 19.1
131 15.3
46
START
13 :57
54 19.5
131 15
46
START
15:33
54 15
131 24.3
15
STOP
15:53
54 14.3
131 23
14
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
1490
811
3
66
110
1
7
15
127
10
15
6
48
14
5
3
TRACE
28
13
1
TRACE
8
7
12
1
4
1
TRACE
TRACE
5
13
22
3
16
1747
USABLE
1051
USABLE
3
1
72
USABLE
-66-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
89
B301
88
B301
JUNE 10
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
172
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.531
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
START
17:27
54 14.6
131 10.9
14
STOP
17:47
54 13.6
131 10.4
12
90
C201
JUNE 11
JUNE 11
0.417
183
1.110
0.500
43
1.410
START
6:42
54 10.2
131 05.1
15
STOP
7:07
54 09.1
131 05
16
START
8:48
54 01. 7
131 19.8
15
STOP
9:18
54 02.9
131 18.5
17
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Si~vergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
TRACE
2
6
15
1
2
23
TRACE
22
4
1
9
22
TRACE
16
3
TRACE
-67-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
92
D302
91
D201
JUNE 11
DURATION (H)
0.417
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
14
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.068
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG, MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
11:15
53 54.8
131 19.8
16
START
10:50
53 53.6
131 20.2
15
93
E302
JUNE 11
JUNE 11
0.333
356
1. 287
0.500
173
1. 268
STOP
13 :53
53 48.4
131 14.9
25
START
13:33
53 51. 9
131 09.7
25
START
14:06
53 47.1
131 16.1
22
STOP
14:36
53 46
131 15.4
22
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific· halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
3
3
TRACE
1
2
13
74
5
2
1
35
TRACE
TRACE
29
64
1
TRACE
TRACE
2
9
4
2
3
2
3
TRACE
1
TRACE
1
TRACE
TRACE
8
36
19
13
15
10
75
89
USABLE
195
USABLE
3
275
490
USABLE
-68-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
94
E}02
JUNE 11
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
321
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.856
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
15:50
53 42.1
131 16
23
START
15:30
53 41. 5
131 15
24
96
E405
95
E405
JUNE 12
JUNE 12
0.167
335
0.479
0.183
315
0.495
START
6:22
53 45
130 48.5
59
STOP
6:32
53 45.4
130 48.9
60
START
7:07
53 45
130 50
53
STOP
7:18
53 45.4
130 50.6
53
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sale
Rex sale
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sale
Yel10wfin sale
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sale
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sab1efish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
1
6
3
174
26
25
110
TRACE
19
22
15
61
54
54
3
3
67
3
1
TRACE
2
38
2
3
TRACE
1
1
TRACE
1
7
11
108
TRACE
13
18
TRACE
TRACE
26
4
11
476
USABLE
239
USABLE
4
212
USABLE
-69-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
97
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
JUNE 12
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
298
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.895
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
START
8:09
53 42.1
130 50.4
24
99
98
F302
E402
STOP
8:29
53 42.6
130 51. 8
29
F404
JUNE 12
JUNE 12
0.283
57
1. 254
0.167
21
0.396
START
9:31
53 38.4
130 59.4
23
STOP
9:48
53 38.8
130 58.4
23
START
11:27
53 33.6
130 48.2
49
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific· halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
TRACE
1
TRACE
TRACE
2
1
2
1
5
TRACE
1
TRACE
15
52
65
101
USABLE
90
USABLE
6
64
USABLE
STOP
11:37
53 34
130 48
49
-70-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
100
G405
JUNE 12
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
225
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.803
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
12:59
53 27.9
130 52.2
56
START
12:39
53 28.5
130 51.3
57
102
H303
101
H407
JUNE 12
JUNE 12
0.333
334
0.835
0.333
337
0.950
START
14:47
53 16.6
130 50.7
75
STOP
15:07
53 17.4
130 51.2
75
START
16:27
53 13.3
131 00.8
36
STOP
16:47
53 14.2
131 01.2
35
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
119
7
22
20
1
TRACE
12
10
TRACE
13
1
TRACE
TRACE
14
1
2
38
TRACE
57
1
1
4
3
1
1
2
1
TRACE
TRACE
5
17
1
1
1
6
1
1
72
TRACE
15
4
303
USABLE
1
8
TRACE
122
USABLE
20
90
184
USABLE
-71-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
103 .
n02
JUNE 12
DURATION (H)
0.200
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE)
353
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 0.340
TIME (PDT)
LAT. (DEG,MIN)
LONG. (DEG,MIN)
DEPTH (FA)
STOP
18:27
53 05.3
131 00.2
27
START
18:15
53 04.7
131 00
28
104
J503
105
K4Q2
JUNE 13
JUNE 13
0.333
340
0.928
0.333
52
0.921
STOP
6:30
52 57
130 40.2
31
START
6:10
52 56.2
130 39.8
33
START
8:34
52 46.1
130 55.5
28
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curlfin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific' sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
REMARKS
14
3
3
1
31
TRACE
4
1
1
9
STOP
8:54
52 46.9
130 54.6
28
-72-
Appendix 2. (cont'd)
~
HAUL NO.
BLOCK
YEAR (2000)
106
K403
JUNE
13
DURATION (H)
0.333
DIRECTION (DEG. TRUE) 47
DISTANCE TRAVELLED (NM) 1.021
START
TIME (PDT)
9:57
LAT. (DEG,MIN) 52 42.5
LONG. (DEG,MIN) 130 56.1
DEPTH (FA)
36
STOP
10:17
52 43.3
130 55.1
37
SPECIES CATCH(KG.)
Arrowtooth flounder
Butter sole
c-o sole
Curl fin sole
Dover sole
English sole
Flathead sole
Pacific halibut
Pacific sanddab
Petrale sole
Rex sole
Rock sole (s.)
Sand sole
Yellowfin sole
Speckled sanddab
Starry flounder
Slender sole
Bocaccio
Canary rockfish
Copper rockfish
Harlequin rockfish
Pacific ocean perch
Pygmy rockfish
Quillback rockfish
Redbanded rockfish
Redstripe rockfish
Shortbelly rockfish
Shortspine thornyhead
Silvergray rockfish
Splitnose rockfish
Yelloweye rockfish
Yellowtail rockfish
Eelpouts
Eulachon
Greenlings
Lingcod
Northern ronquil
Pacific cod
Pacific hake
Pacific herring
Pacific tomcod
Red irish lord
Sablefish
Salmon
Sandlance
Sculpins
Shiner perch
Walleye pollock
Wolfeel
Big skate
Longnose skate
Skates
Spiny dogfish
Spotted ratfish
TOTAL CATCH (KG.)
~MARKS
TRACE
1
1
4
1
6
1
TRACE
1
TRACE
1
1
TRACE
8
13
43
USABLE
Salinity (ppt)
31.6
31.8
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3{4
31.5
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31.5
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9.8
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Appendix 3. Temperature and Salinity profiles for oceanographic stations occupied by
the W.E. Ricker, May 31-June 13,2000.
9.5
10.0
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31.6
31.4
31.2
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31.7
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10.5
12
14
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31.85
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31.75
31.80
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31.65
31.60
31.70
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10.5
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Appendix 3. (cant'd)
10
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10
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9
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31.896
31.892
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31.60
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31.62
31.64
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31.0
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31.7
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31.4
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11.70
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31.5
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32.5
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31.2
31.6
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31.6
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31.9
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31.6
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Salinity (ppt)
31.2
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10.5
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