California Department of Fish and Wildlife

White Seabass Fishery Management Plan: List of Figures

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Figure 3-1.

Commercial Passenger Fishing Vessel (CPFV) landings of white seabass in U.S. and Mexican waters.

Figure 3-2.

Total sport take of white seabass (WSB), in thousands of fish, compared to percentage of trips they are targeted.

Figure 3-3.

Catch-per unit-effort (CPUE) of white seabass (WSB) aboard Commercial Passenger Fishing Vessels (CPFVs) targeting white seabass from 1995-1999.

Figure 3-4.

Recreational catch of white seabass (thousands of fish) by fishing mode from 1980-2000.

Figure 3-5.

Length of white seabass kept by different fishing modes from 1980-2000.

Figure 3-6.

Regulation changes and total white seabass commercial catch from U.S. and Mexican waters taken by California fishermen from 1936-2001.

Figure 3-7.

Set gill net and drift gill net effort and pounds landed from 1982-2000.

Figure 3-8.

Commercial catch-per-unit-effort (CPUE) of white seabass from 1982-2000.

Figure 3-9.

Recreational fishing trips (saltwater) taken in southern California from 1993-2000.

Figure 3-10.

Annual household incomes of marine anglers in California in 2000.

Figure 3-11.

Age groups of marine anglers in California in 2000.

Figure 3-12.

Percentage of white seabass revenue by port area from 1981-2000.

Figure 3-13.

Annual white seabass commercial landings and ex-vessel revenue for California from 1981-2000.

Figure 3-14.

White seabass revenue by gear type from 1982-2000.

Figure 3-15.

Estimated number of white seabass kept and released by anglers who use private/rental boats.

Figure 5-1.

Default MSY/OY control rule (modified from Restrepo et al. 1998).