Distributions of eggs and larvae of Japanese sardine, Japanese anchovy, mackerels, round herring, jack mackerel
and Japanese common squid in the waters around Japan, 1991 through 1993.
1, the northern anchovy (Engraulis mordax), Pacific mackerel (Scomber japonicus), the anchoveta (Cetengraulis mysticetus), jack mackerel
(Trachurus symmetricus), and the lanternfish (unid.
1987), and with results that showed the importance of larval-juvenile fishes in diet studies of jack mackerel
(Brodeur et al.
Fishermen reported record jack mackerel
landings in 1987, which were 50 percent higher than 1986 landings.
Abundance and distribution of eggs and larvae and survival of jack mackerel
Common name Family North coast (NC) thresher shark Alopiidae wolf-eel Anarhichadidae sablefish Anoplopomatidae jacksmelt Atherinidae plainfin midshipman Batrachoididae speckled sanddab Bothidae jack mackerel
Carangidae blue shark Carcharhinidae medusafish Centrolophidae Pacific sardine Clupeidae Pacific herring Clupeidae Pac.
Baitfish chum is typically a home-brewed mix of wheat bread, canned jack mackerel
and a dollop of menhaden oil, with enough sea water to make a wet paste.
All Taiwanese boats fishing in the East China Sea for bluefin tuna and jack mackerel
, or harvesting coral, are required to obtain a license and report to the Fisheries Agency before going to sea.
Oceana first suggested these reforms to the Chilean government in 2010 after revealing that the fishing quotas for three of Chile's major fisheries, hake, jack mackerel
and anchovy, had far exceeded scientific recommendations during the previous decade -- in the case of hake, by 193 percent.
Those were weighed (g), and measured (mm), either in standard length (SL) for sardine, anchovy, and herring, or fork length (FL) for jack mackerel
(Trachurus symmetricus) and Pacific mackerel.
While two carangid species (yellowtail jack [Seriola lalandi] and jack mackerel
[Trachurus symmetricus]) are common to the Southern California Bight, Lea and Walker (1995) noted the record of 12 novel carangid species collected within southern California.
Globally, vast quantities of small pelagic fish such as anchovy, jack mackerel
, herring and sardine are removed from the world's marine ecosystems to service marine fish farms.