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The Plenary Report summarises biological, fishery, stock assessment and stock status information for 80 species or species groups, each of which is split into 1-10 stocks. The Plenary takes into account the most recent data and analyses available to Fisheries Assessment Working Groups (FAWGs) and the Fisheries Assessment Plenary and also incorporates relevant analyses undertaken in previous years.

This page enables you to search through all plenary reports since 2006.


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Title: Plenary (BAR_07)
BAR_07.pdf (65.9 kb)
Plenary (BAR_07)
Title: Plenary (BAR_06)
BAR_06.pdf (43.3 kb)

Estimates of current and reference biomass are not available.
 

In the last five years, catches have been below the estimated MCY in BAR 1, which suggests that the current catch levels are sustainable. However, it is not known if catches at the level of the current TACC (11 000 t) will allow the stock to move towards a size that will support the maximum sustainable yield.
 

Catches in BAR 5 and 7 were above the TACCs in 2004–05. It is not known if current TACCs and recent catches in these areas are sustainable or whether they are at levels which will allow the stock to move towards a size that will support the maximum sustainable yield.

Title: Plenary (BAR_ FINAL 08)
BAR_ FINAL 08.pdf (179.9 kb)

Estimates of current and reference biomass are not available for any barracouta stocks and therefore it is not known if current TACCs and recent catches are sustainable or whether they are at levels which will allow the stocks to move towards a size that will support the maximum sustainable yield.
 

In the last seven years, catches have been below the estimated MCY in BAR 1, which suggests that the current catch levels are sustainable. In BAR 4 the catch increased in 2006–07 to the level of the TACC for the first time since 1986–87. The landings in the previous 4 years were below 1000 t. In BAR 5 recent catch lebels have fluctuated about thelevle of the TACC. However, catches in BAR 7 were well above the TACC in 2006–07. It is not known whether these higher catches are sustainable.

Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2017: Stock Assessments and Stock Status
05_BAR_ 2017.pdf (1.7 MB)
 The May 2017 Fisheries Plenary Report summarises fishery, biological, stock assessment and stock status information for 83 of New Zealand’s commercial fish species or species groups in a series of Working Group or Plenary reports. Each species or species group is split into 1-10 stocks for management purposes. BAR

Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2016: Stock Assessments and Stock Status
05_BAR_ 2016_FINAL.pdf (1.6 MB)
The May 2016 Fisheries Plenary Report summarises fishery, biological, stock assessment and stock status information for 83 of New Zealand’s commercial fish species or species groups in a series of Working Group or Plenary reports. Each species or species group is split into 1-10 stocks for management purposes. BAR
Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2015: Stock Assessments and Stock Status
05_BAR_ 2015_FINAL.pdf (1.0 MB)
 The May 2015 Fisheries Plenary Report summarises fishery, biological, stock assessment and stock status information for 82 of New Zealand’s commercial fish species or species groups in a series of Working Group or Plenary reports. Each species or species group is split into 1-10 stocks for management purposes. BAR. 
Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2014: Volume 1 Stock Assessments and Stock Status
Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2014 Volume 1.pdf (24.2 MB)
The May 2014 Fisheries Plenary Report summarises fishery, biological, stock assessment and stock status information for 82 of New Zealand’s commercial fish species or species groups in a series of Working Group or Plenary reports. Each species or species group is split into 1-10 stocks for management purposes. Volume 1 covers the Introductory Sections to Jack Mackerel.
Title: 05_BAR_09
05_BAR_09.pdf (153.9 kb)
Estimates of current and reference biomass are not available for any barracouta stocks and therefore it is not known if current TACCs and recent catches are sustainable or whether they are at levels which will allow the stocks to move towards a size that will support the maximum sustainable yield.

In the last seven years, catches have been below the estimated MCY in BAR 1, which suggests that the current catch levels are sustainable. In BAR 4 the catch increased in 2006–07 to the level of the TACC for the first time since 1986–87 and has remained at that level. The landings in the previous 4 years were below 1000 t. In BAR 5 recent catch lebels have fluctuated about thelevel of the TACC. However, catches in BAR 7 were well above the TACC in 2 of the last 4 years. It is not known whether these higher catches are sustainable.
Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2013: Stock Assessments and Yield Estimates
005_BAR_ 2013.pdf (646.0 kb)
The May 2013 Fisheries Plenary Report summarises fishery, biological, stock assessment and stock status information for 82 of New Zealand’s commercial fish species or species groups in a series of Working Group or Plenary reports. Each species or species group is split into 1-10 stocks for management purposes. Barracouta (BAR)
Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2014: Stock Assessments and Stock Status. Barracouta (BAR)
05_BAR_ 2014 FINAL.pdf (611.6 kb)
The May 2014 Fisheries Plenary Report summarises fishery, biological, stock assessment and stock status information for 82 of New Zealand’s commercial fish species or species groups in a series of Working Group or Plenary reports. Each species or species group is split into 1-10 stocks for management purposes. Barracouta (BAR)
Title: Barracouta
05_BAR_ 2010.pdf (226.7 kb)
This document summarises the most recent New Zealand fishery, biological, stock assessment and stock status information about barracouta.