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However, salmon are not the only fish in the sea keeping the state's fisheries afloat, with many fishermen relying on groundfish
, herring, and miscellaneous shellfish to make ends meet.
Revenue from the Amendment 80 groundfish
trawl fleet has steadily increased since cooperative-based rationalization in 2008.
The BB indicator is used to measure change in productivity in the northeast multispecies fishery (i.e., groundfish
fishery) over a period covering the transition to catch share management.
The program already promised to be a headache--it proposed to organize fishermen into groups, called sectors, that would split their cumulative groundfish
shares among members.
John's, Newfoundland-based OCI is a vertically integrated seafood company engaged in harvesting, processing, and marketing of a diverse range of groundfish
and shellfish species for domestic and international markets.
In 2012, the GB yellowtail flounder allocation to the scallop fishery was approximately 308 mt, and the allocation to the groundfish
industry was roughly 218 mt.
In NH Business Reviews April 1-14 article, "At-sea monitoring fees are the latest threat to NH s dwindling fishing industry," NOAA deputy assistant administrator Samuel Rauch claimed that the federal government could not fund the special at-sea monitoring program for the groundfish
fishery because "the court found that we have to spend the money on other priorities before we spend it on at-sea monitoring."
He said he will have to pay for the monitors because he has a groundfish
license, and it will be a burden -- and a move that shifts hundreds of thousands of dollars in costs from regulators to fishermen.
This presentation briefly outlines the fishery, its boats and grounds, and reviews the results of recent trawl surveys and studies on groundfish
and the halibut fishery that demonstrate the sustainability of this fishery.
One suspect in the disappearance of cod and other groundfish
is the food source for their young--a planktonic copepod crustacean no larger than a grain of rice.