ODFW staff will brief the Commission on the draft
Coastal Multi-Species Conservation and Management Plan
SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider the 2014 sport and commercial halibut seasons when it meets at 8 a.m. on Friday, April 25 in North Bend at the Mill Casino and RV Park, 3201 Tremont Ave.
The Commission will be asked to adopt 2014 sport and commercial Pacific halibut regulations that are concurrent or more conservative with those recently adopted by the Pacific Fishery Management Council. In addition, the Commission will finalize the season dates for the spring all-depth fishery of the Central Coast subarea.
Other agenda items to be considered by the Commission include:
- A briefing on the 2014 ocean salmon seasons recently adopted by the Pacific Fishery Management Council. Several fisheries are currently open under an extension of 2013 rules, and the Commission will be asked to adopt rules for the remainder of the 2014 season at its June meeting.
- Approving $549,930.50 for three restoration and nine enhancement projects recommended by the Restoration and Enhancement Board.
- Hearing a citizen petition to add barramundi as a controlled fish species.
Richard Hargrave, (503) 947-6020, Richard.J.Hargrave@state.or.us
Jessica Sall, (503) 947-6023, Jessica.Sall@state.or.us
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