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FAR 2014/38 Review of stock monitoring options for kingfish (Seriola lalandi lalandi) based on an analysis of the commercial and recreational fisheries up to 2006.

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FAR_2014_38_2146_KIN2004-01.pdf

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FAR_2014_38_2146_KIN2004-01.pdf (1.6 MB)

Abstract
This report reviews stock monitoring options for kingfish. The commercial kingfish fisheries, because of their limited by-catch nature, offer poor stock monitoring potential. Sampling kingfish caught by recreational charter boat fisheries proved to be the best option for monitoring age composition in each of the kingfish QMAs. The ongoing recreational tagging data series has limited stock separation utility unless recreational effort data is also collected.

Document date
Monday, 4 August 2014
Document type
V 1.3
File format
Adobe PDF
File size
1.6 MB
Reference number
978-0-478-43718-8
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FAR_2014_38_2146_KIN2004-01.pdf

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Monday, 4 August 2014

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Author: Hartill, B.; McKenzie, J.R.; Smith, M.;
ResearchField: Stock monitoring options;
ScienceStock: KIN;
Species: Kingfish;

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