Wine, Vickie L.
Southern California independent study fishing survey Quarterly Report No. 11.
Fort Bragg, CA,
California Department of Fish and Game, Marine Resources Region,
(Marine Resources Administrative Report, 78-9)
During the January 1 - March 31, 1978 quarter, 28 launch ramps, hoists, and boat rental locations were sampled a total of 253 times. During the sample days 6,296 anglers and 279 divers were interviewed. They expended 42,296 effort-hours and landed 16,165 fishes and other organisms
of 125 identified species.
The ten most commonly landed species were 1) white
croaker, Genyonemus lineatus, 12%; 2) Pacific
mackerel, Scomber japonicus, 7%; 3) blue rockfish,
Sebastes mystinus, 7%; 4) chilipepper, S. goodei,
5%; 5) bocaccio, S. paucispinis, 5%; 6) kelp bass,
Paralabrax clathratus, 4%; 7) barred sand bass,
P. nebulifer, 4%; 8) halfmoon, Medialuna californiensis,
4%; 9) greenspotted rockfish, Sebastes chlorostictus,
3%; and 10) black surfperch, Embiotoca jacksoni, 3%.
(Document has 22 pages.)
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||Southern California independent study fishing survey Quarterly Report No. 11
|Wine, Vickie L.|
||Marine Resources Administrative Report
||California Department of Fish and Game, Marine Resources Region
|Place of Publication:
||Fort Bragg, CA
||California Department of Fish and Game
||white croaker; Genyonemus lineatus; Pacific mackerel; Scomber japonicus; blue rockfish; Sebastes mystinus; chilipepper; Sebastes goodei; bocaccio; Sebastes paucispinis; kelp bass; Paralabrax clathratus; barred sand bass; Paralabrax nebulifer; halfmoon; Medialuna californiensis; greenspotted rockfish; Sebastes chlorostictus; black surfperch; Embiotoca jacksoni; sport fishing; surveys
||30 Nov 2007 16:30
||29 Sep 2011 22:04
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