Characterisation of the blue moki (Latridopsis ciliaris) fishery and recommendations for future monitoring of the MOK 1 Fishstock.

By: Langley, A. D.
Contributor(s): Walker, N. (Trophia Ltd. Kaikoura).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand fisheries assessment report ; 2004/33.Publisher: Wellington : Ministry of Fisheries, 2004Description: 77 p. : figs. ; 30 cm.ISSN: 1175-1584.Subject(s): FISHERIES | BLUE MOKI | LATRIDOPSIS CILIARIS | MONITORING | FISHING EFFORT | COMMERCIAL FISHING | STOCK ASSESSMENTOnline resources: Click here to access online In: New Zealand fisheries assessment reportSummary: This report characterises the main commercial fisheries for blue moki, principally by summarising recent catch and effort data, but augmented by interviews with members of the main stakeholder groups participating in the fishery. Blue moki in MOK 1 and in the northern area of MOK 3 is principally caught by bottom trawl and setnet. The setnet catch is taken mainly by the target fishery or as a bycatch of the blue warehou and tarakihi fisheries, while the trawl catch is principally taken as a bycatch of the tarakihi and red gurnard target fisheries. The seasonal and spatial trends in blue moki catch from each of these fisheries are described. These trends are consistent with previously described migrations of blue moki associated with spawning.
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This report characterises the main commercial fisheries for blue moki, principally by summarising recent catch and effort data, but augmented by interviews with members of the main stakeholder groups participating in the fishery. Blue moki in MOK 1 and in the northern area of MOK 3 is principally caught by bottom trawl and setnet. The setnet catch is taken mainly by the target fishery or as a bycatch of the blue warehou and tarakihi fisheries, while the trawl catch is principally taken as a bycatch of the tarakihi and red gurnard target fisheries. The seasonal and spatial trends in blue moki catch from each of these fisheries are described. These trends are consistent with previously described migrations of blue moki associated with spawning.

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