Preseason Reports: 2008 Preseason Report II

Analysis of Proposed Regulatory Options for 2008 Ocean Salmon Fisheries Including Public Hearing Schedule

Published March 2008

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  • Cover, Acknowledgements, Table of Contents INCLUDING PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE
  • List of Acronyms
  • Preseason Report II Text
  • Table 1. Commercial troll management options adopted by the Council for non-Indian ocean salmon fisheries, 2008.
  • Table 2. Recreational management options adopted by the Council for ocean salmon fisheries, 2008.
  • Table 3. Treaty Indian troll management options adopted by the Council for ocean salmon fisheries, 2008.
  • Table 4. Chinook and coho harvest quotas and guidelines for 2008 ocean salmon fishery management options adopted by the Council.
  • Table 5. Projected key stock escapements or management criteria adopted by the Council for ocean fishery options, 2008.
  • Table 6. Preliminary projections of chinook and coho harvest impacts for 2008 ocean salmon fishery management options adopted by the Council.
  • Table 7. Expected coastwide lower Columbia Natural (LCN) Oregon coastal natural (OCN) and Rogue/Klamath (RK) coho, and Lower Columbia River (LCR) natural tule chinook exploitation rates by fishery for 2008 ocean fisheries management options adopted by the Council
  • Table 8. Projected coho mark rates for 2008 fisheries under base period fishing patterns.
  • Table 9. Preliminary projections of exvessel value for Council adopted 2008 non-Indian commercial troll regulatory options.
  • Table 10. Preliminary projected angler trips and coastal community income generated under Council-adopted 2008 recreational ocean salmon fishery regulatory options compared to 2007 and the 1976-1990 average.
  • Table E-1. Sacramento River fall Chinook impacts estimated for the fall of 2007 (Sep-Dec) and projected for the 2008 summer season (Jan-Aug) in each proposed fishing option.
  • Figure 1. Proposed coastal community income impacts associated with the Council adopted 2007 commercial fishery options compared to 2006, and the 2001-2005 average in real (inflation adjusted) dollars.
  • Figure 2. Projected coastal community income impacts associated with the Council adopted 2007 recreational fishery options compared to 2006 and the 2001-2005 average in real (inflation adjusted) dollars.
  • Figure B-1. The proportion of the total Sacramento River fall Chinook harvest landed north of Cape Falcon for 1986-2007.
  • Figure C-1. The Sacramento Index in year t plotted as a linear function of the age-two return in year t-1.
  • Figure D-1. SRFC ocean commercial harvest rate index versus effort for each month/port-area.
  • Figure D-2. SRFC ocean recreational harvest rate index versus effort for each month/port-area.
  • Figure D-3. SRFC river fishery available survey data.
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