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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.

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Title: Plenary (HOK_FINAL 08)
HOK_FINAL 08.pdf (385.8 kb)

The hoki stock assessment was updated in 2008. Two final runs are reported for each stock. The

B

MSY for hoki is assumed to be in the range 30-40%B0.0, (95% confidenceMSY. The0 (see Table 15), whichMSY. Recent recruitment is estimated to be lower than the long-term average for this

For the western stock, median estimates of current biomass are 28 and 30 %B

intervals for each run are given in Table 15), which are near the assumed value of B

biomass is estimated to be increasing in the current year. This stock experienced an extended period

of poor recruitment from 1995 to 2001 (Figure 1); year-classes after 2001 are stronger, but still

below average (except for 2002, which was near average). Model projections suggest that the

biomass of this stock is likely to increase with current western fishery catches.

For the eastern stock, median estimates of current biomass are 42 and 45%B

are above B

stock but closer to it than for the western stock (Figure 1). Model projections suggest that the

biomass of this stock is likely to remain near current levels with current eastern fishery catches.

Title: Plenary (HOK_07)
HOK_07.pdf (231.4 kb)
Plenary (HOK_07)
Title: Plenary (HOK_06)
HOK_06.pdf (326.3 kb)
Plenary (HOK_06)
Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2017: Stock Assessments and Stock Status
32_HOK_2017.pdf (772.7 kb)
 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. HOK

Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2016: Stock Assessments and Stock Status
32_HOK document final.pdf (536.8 kb)
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. HOK.
Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2015: Stock Assessments and Stock Status
32_HOK_2015_FINAL.pdf (1.3 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. HOK
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: 37_HOK_09
37_HOK_09.pdf (337.1 kb)
Hoki are assessed as two intermixing biological stocks, based on the presence of two main areas where spawning takes place simultaneously (Cook Strait and WCSI), and observed and inferred migration patterns of adults and juveniles:
- Adults of the western stock occur on the west coast of the North and South Islands and the area south of New Zealand including Puysegur, Snares and the Southern Plateau;
- Adults of the eastern stock occur on the east coast of the South Island, Cook Strait and the ECNI up to North Cape;
- Juveniles of both biological stocks occur on the Chatham Rise including Mernoo Bank.
Both of these biological stocks lie within the HOK 1 Fishstock boundaries.
Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2013: Stock Assessments and Yield Estimates
032_HOK_2013.pdf (769.9 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. Hoki (HOK)
Title: Fisheries Assessment Plenary May 2014: Stock Assessments and Stock Status. Hoki (HOK)
32_HOK_2014 FINAL.pdf (880.8 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. Hoki (HOK)
Title: Hoki
37_HOK_2010.pdf (410.3 kb)
This document summarises the most recent New Zealand fishery, biological, stock assessment and stock status information about hoki.