The 2010 pollock quota is highly likely to decrease again
this year by at least two thousand metric tons, down to 813 thousand.
Scientists presented data to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council’s
groundfish plan team today that suggest the allowable biological catch is
slightly less than last year’s. Last year scientists predicted that the
quota might go back up.
Anne Hillman, KUCB-Unalaska
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