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Species Quota Report

Newfoundland and Labrador Region
Preliminary Data - Subject to revision
  Quota Management Cycle beginning in Year: (2009) Run Date: Apr 03, 2014
  Species: (360) Capelin Last Data Update: Apr 03, 2014 03:13
  (Numbers may not add due to rounding) Landings as of : April 02, 2014  

NAFO Licence
Category
Quota Definition Quota
(M.T.)
Catch
(M.T.)
%
Taken
Remaining
(M.T.)
Closed
2J   Labrador - Fixed Gear < 65' 120 0 0 120 DEC 31, 2009
Total 2J 120 0 0 120  
 
3K   White Bay - Mobile Gear < 65' 1200 2774 231 -1574 AUG 05, 2009
    Notre Dame Bay - Mobile Gear < 65' 1200 1873 156 -673 AUG 13, 2009
    Cape Bauld to Fishott Island - Fixed Gear < 65' 772 0 0 772 AUG 21, 2009
    Fishott Island to Cape Fox - Fixed Gear < 65' 260 184 71 76 AUG 21, 2009
    Cape Fox to Hampton, Inclusive - Fixed Gear < 65' 1020 1528 150 -508 AUG 01, 2009
    Bottom of WB to Cape St. John - IQ Fixed Gear < 65' 1528 1097 72 431 AUG 21, 2009
    Cape St. John to North Head - IQ Fixed Gear < 65' 1340 815 61 525 AUG 21, 2009
    North Head to Dog Bay Point - Fixed Gear < 65' 2776 1243 45 1533 AUG 21, 2009
    Dog Bay Point to Cape Freels - Fixed Gear < 65' 624 338 54 286 AUG 21, 2009
Total 3K 10720 9853 92 867  
 
3L   Bonavista Bay - Mobile Gear < 65' 1140 1816 159 -676 AUG 13, 2009
    Trinity Bay - Mobile Gear < 65' 1496 2242 150 -746 JUL 24, 2009
    Conception Bay - Mobile Gear < 65' 2848 839 29 2009 AUG 13, 2009
    Southern Shore - Mobile Gear < 65' 0 0 0 0 AUG 21, 2009
    St. Mary's Bay - Mobile Gear < 65' 1344 0 0 1344 AUG 13, 2009
    Bonavista Bay - Fixed Gear < 65' 1996 3012 151 -1016 JUL 29, 2009
    Trinity Bay - Fixed Gear < 65' 3592 4114 115 -522 AUG 06, 2009
    Conception Bay - Fixed Gear < 65' 2968 1256 42 1712 AUG 21, 2009
    Cape St. Francis to Long Point - IQ Fixed Gear <65' 480 0 0 480 AUG 21, 2009
    Long Point to Cape Neddick - IQ Fixed Gear <65' 320 0 0 320 AUG 21, 2009
    Cape Neddick to Cape Pine - IQ Fixed Gear <65' 91 0 0 91 AUG 21, 2009
    Cape Neddick to Cape Pine - Competitive FG <65' 949 46 5 903 AUG 21, 2009
    St. Mary's Bay - Fixed Gear < 65' 400 0 0 400 DEC 31, 2009
Total 3L 17624 13326 76 4298  
 
3Ps   Placentia Bay - Mobile Gear < 65' 208 0 0 208 DEC 31, 2009
    Fortune Bay and West - Mobile Gear < 65' 24 0 0 24 DEC 31, 2009
    Placentia Bay - Fixed Gear < 65' 1392 0 0 1392 AUG 21, 2009
    Fortune Bay and West - Fixed Gear < 65' 408 0 0 408 DEC 31, 2009
Total 3Ps 2032 0 0 2032  
 
4R   South of Cape St. Gregory - Fixed Gear < 65' 392 851 217 -459 JUN 23, 2009
    Cape St. Gregory to Broom Point - Fixed Gear < 65' 392 0 0 392 JUL 23, 2009
    Broom Point to Point Riche - Fixed Gear < 65' 544 464 85 80 JUN 28, 2009
    Point Riche to Big Brook - Fixed Gear < 65' 1758 752 43 1006 JUL 23, 2009
    Big Brook to Cape Bauld - Fixed Gear < 65' 959 712 74 247 JUL 23, 2009
    Gulf Shore Labrador - Fixed Gear < 65' 872 1289 148 -417 JUL 23, 2009
    West Coast 4R3Pn - Mobile Gear <65' 3139 2958 94 181 AUG 20, 2009
    West Coast 4R3Pn - Mobile Gear >65' 3139 3121 99 18 JUN 30, 2009
Total 4R 11195 10147 91 1048  
 
4S   4ST Capelin - Mobile Gear <65' 0 0 0 0 DEC 31, 2009
    4ST Capelin - Mobile Gear >65' 0 0 0 0 DEC 31, 2009
Total 4S 0 0 0 0  
 
Total Capelin 41691 33326 80 8365  
 
1. Landings, catch and quota data may not always match one another for any number of reasons including (but not limited to): quota management cycles differing from calendar year cycle, hail information being used to report quotas prior to landings, di fferent document sources not yet reconciled with one another and delays in receiving documents from industry.

2. This report reflects only NL Region landings against Regional and/or Canadian-wide quotas. To view catch information in othe r regions or complete quota allocations, please see Canadian Atlantic Quota Report at Fisheries and Oceans National Statistics Website, http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/stats/stats-eng.htm

3. Additional information may be used by Fishery Managers to open and/or close fisheries under quota.

4. Due to Enterprise Combining, landings are allocated to the combined enterprise, which may result in the appearance of over/ under utilization of a quota.