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#1 Hawkeye

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Posted 01 February 2006 - 06:44 AM

I am a commercial salmon fisherman out of Newport. I was looking for a salmon trollers forum and found this site and thought it looked interesting. The only thing I know about squidding is they taste good and they make good bait. Any commecial squidding done on the Oregon Coast to speak of?
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Posted 04 February 2006 - 06:12 PM


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style="height: 12.75pt; width: 597pt;">TABLE 3A. 
COMMERCIAL FISH AND SHELLFISH LANDINGS (POUNDS ROUND) IN OREGON,
1992-2001
height="17" width="156">  align="right" width="64">1992 align="right" width="64">1993 align="right" width="64">1994 align="right" width="64">1995 align="right" width="64">1996 align="right" width="64">1997 align="right" width="64">1998 align="right" width="64">1999 align="right" width="64">2000 align="right" width="64">2001
height="30" width="156">MOLLUSKS:                    
height="30" width="156">Abalone, flat width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">3018
height="30" width="156">Clams, butter width="64">983 width="64">6382 width="64">1961 width="64">7852 width="64">1389 width="64">13060 width="64">30434 width="64">38172 width="64">40487 width="64">26560
height="30" width="156">Clams, cockle width="64">37484 width="64">71907 align="right" width="64">163295 width="64">96622 width="64">57600 width="64">48210 width="64">17047 width="64">39335 width="64">64220 width="64">88153
height="30" width="156">Clams, gaper width="64">9351 width="64">5464 width="64">2146 width="64">12677 width="64">3459 width="64">4283 width="64">2568 width="64">8316 width="64">4674 width="64">4469
height="45" width="156">Clams, littleneck width="64">10280 width="64">36632 width="64">6084 width="64">9135 width="64">4497 width="64">9389 width="64">5899 width="64">2929 width="64">1051 width="64">858
height="30" width="156">Clams, razor width="64">0 width="64">62 width="64">19116 width="64">58830 width="64">2901 width="64">2066 width="64">2526 width="64">483 width="64">978 width="64">987
height="45" width="156">Clams, softshell width="64">6237 width="64">7312 width="64">7448 width="64">106 width="64">191 width="64">739 width="64">798 width="64">47 width="64">234 width="64">0
height="30" width="156">Mussels, ocean width="64">22472 width="64">22934 width="64">20009 width="64">25702 width="64">2756 width="64">1919 width="64">1702 width="64">1825 width="64">1048 width="64">1525
height="45" width="156">Mussels, freshwater width="64">22715 width="64">2333 width="64">13999 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0
height="17" width="156">Octopus width="64">20169 width="64">30349 width="64">9507 width="64">5469 width="64">16049 width="64">42236 width="64">10081 width="64">8129 width="64">3749 width="64">20381
height="45" width="156">Scallop, weathervane width="64">1944 width="64">286194 style="text-align: right; width: 48pt;">153855 width="64">976 width="64">0 width="64">9773 width="64">49124 width="64">0 width="64">62152 width="64">0
x:str="Scallops, rock " height="30" width="156">Scallops,
rock 
width="64">29 width="64">0 width="64">126 width="64">20 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">23 width="64">3 width="64">0 width="64">0
x:str="Sea slug " height="17" width="156">Sea
slug 
width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">0 width="64">1 width="64">0
height="30" width="156">Snails & chitons width="64">0 width="64">14 width="64">92 width="64">23 width="64">27 width="64">679 width="64">33 width="64">31 width="64">18 width="64">10
height="17" width="156">Squid width="64">13344 width="64">130646 align="right" width="64">233003 align="right" width="64">246406 align="right" width="64">229323 width="64">271246 width="64">19431 width="64">2471 width="64">12504 width="64">4117

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Posted 04 February 2006 - 06:22 PM

TABLE 14. MONTHLY LANDINGS (POUNDS ROUND) OF COMMERCIAL FISH AND SHELLFISH AT NEWPORT, 2001.









































SPECIESJANUARYFEBRUARYMARCHAPRILMAYJUNEJULYAUGUSTSEPTEMBEROCTOBERNOVEMBERDECEMBERTOTAL
Crab,box 174610432586775056510257900000034639
Crab,Dungeness,bay..00000000235277657303701
Crab,Dungeness,ocean31217110455350239389373615337514342942118700020349102669958
Crab, rock 13022928445337400150902214501877
Shrimp, coonstripe....00000332000000332
Shrimp, mud 700900000000065225
Shrimp, pink 0001716294146985912040724950461030745845048464186007225250
MOLLUSKS:
Mussels, ocean
01500002020000000370
Octopus4561095187226100087405
Squid00000548305385350001273
OTHER INVERTEBRATES:
Jellyfish000000000220022
Sand dollars000000075000075
Sea anemone00050500000000100
Sea stars652084970001550050020617
Sea urchin, red00002997012707911152287560000277327
TOTAL8322628103296485632739937267660811374159362302132816963561440451048753410857211394893199309

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Posted 04 February 2006 - 06:31 PM

There is some slightly dated info about commercial squid fishing in Oregon here -


http://hmsc.oregonstate.edu/odfw/devfish/s....html


Harvest

Most of the harvest in Oregon has been with seine or lampara nets with trawl gear coming in third. Seine and lampara gear have little problems with incidental catch. Trawl gear is less selective, but incidental catches can be small when fishing on known concentrations of market squid.



Since 1981, harvest of market squid in Oregon has fluctuated from a high of 1.75 million lb in 1985 to 0 lb in 1990 (Table 1). Price has varied from $0.08 to $0.30 per lb. In Oregon, harvest of market squid has been influenced by factors other than squid distribution and abundance - markets of squid fisheries in other areas or other fisheries in Oregon (most notably pink shrimp) have had a bigger effect on the Oregon squid fishery.




Table 1. Annual harvest of market squid in Oregon, 1984-1993: landings (lb), and effort (vessels).

















































Table 1. Annual harvest of market squid in Oregon,
1984-1993: landings (lb), and effort (vessels).




1984


1985


1986


1987


1988


1989


1990


1991


1992


1993

Landings


946,725


1,751,773


26,371


29


5


96,025


0


95


13,344


130,646

Effort


13


16


6


2


1


3


0


1


17


2

Tables 14 and 3A above are extracts from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife website




http://www.dfw.state.or.us/fish/commercial/
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