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A pilot program for harvesting Kodiak rockfish
Date:1/31/2008

ject and discard rates were held at close to zero.

Like any new program, not everything was perfect the first year. The observer requirements (100 percent for vessels and 200 percent for processors) were costly. Processors were surprised by initial market resistance to fresh rockfish. The price fishermen received, while higher than before, wasnt as much as some hoped.

With any major change, you cant expect to achieve all benefits in the first year, but the participants in Kodiaks Rockfish Pilot Program are very pleased with the success of the cooperative fishery and look to build on that to achieve additional benefits for harvesters, processors and the broader community of Kodiak, Bonney said.

Kodiak ranks as the nations 4th largest fishing port in terms of volume with 332.8 million pounds processed in 2006 and placed 3rd in value, worth $101.4 million of which the rockfish fishery accounts for approximately $3 million. Kodiak is home to multiple processing plants that handle a wide variety of seafood: salmon, halibut, crab, herring, rockfish and more, is home-port to many family-owned fishing vessels and boasts the only year-round residential processing workforce in Alaska.


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Contact: Julie Bonney
jbonney@gci.net
907-486-3033
Marine Conservation Alliance
Source:Eurekalert

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