Updated BAR 1 barracouta (Thyrsites atun) characterisation, with standardized CPUE for the east coast South Island fishery, 1990 to 2017 / S. J. Baird.

By: Baird, S. J, 1960-.
Contributor(s): Fisheries New Zealand (Government agency).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand fisheries assessment report: 2019/01.Publisher: [Wellington] : Fisheries New Zealand, Tini a Tangaroa, 2019.Description: 1 online resource : illustrations (some colour).ISBN: 9781988571584 (online).Other title: Barracouta BAR 1 characterisation [Running title].Subject(s): NEW ZEALAND | FISH STOCK ASSESSMENT | STATISTICS | BARRACOUTA | THYRSITES ATUNHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: FAR 2019/01 Fisheries Infosite | NIWA document server Summary: Barracouta (Thyrsites atun) catches from the east coast South Island account for 87% of the total BAR 1 catch for 1990–2017, with 53% from barracouta tows. Annual BAR 1 landings were 9000–11 500 t during 2009–14, 5000–6000 t in 2015–16, and 9000 t in 2017. For the east coast South Island, an overall increasing trend was apparent after 2008 in the small vessel, bottom trawl CPUE, despite a small drop in 2015–16. This trend was similar to that seen in comparable trawl survey biomass indices.
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Barracouta (Thyrsites atun) catches from the east coast South Island account for 87% of the total BAR 1 catch for 1990–2017, with 53% from barracouta tows. Annual BAR 1 landings were 9000–11 500 t during 2009–14, 5000–6000 t in 2015–16, and 9000 t in 2017. For the east coast South Island, an overall increasing trend was apparent after 2008 in the small vessel, bottom trawl CPUE, despite a small drop in 2015–16. This trend was similar to that seen in comparable trawl survey biomass indices.

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