feature (id #199):
Sablefish – Commercial by Trap

categorycommercial fisheries

description — Estimated catch (kilograms) for the sablefish commercial fishery by trap (1996-2004) shown in 4km x 4km grid cells. Sablefish (by both gear types) is one of seven commercial groundfish fisheries on the Pacific Coast.

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custodian — Fisheries and Oceans Canada: Greg Workman

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