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Important events in the history of Hawaiian commercial fisheries. 1976 – Congress passes the Fisheries Management and Conservation Act 1984 – closure of Hawaiian Tuna Packers cannery 1987 – beginning of buildup of longline fleet

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Important events in the history of Hawaiian commercial fisheries

1976 – Congress passes the Fisheries Management and Conservation Act

1984 – closure of Hawaiian Tuna Packers cannery

1987 – beginning of buildup of longline fleet

1990 – amendments to FMCA recognize need for management of highly migratory species

2000 – recognition that swordfish longline fishery is taking turtles

2000 – President Clinton creates northwestern Hawaiian Islands coral reefecosystem reserve

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Exclusive economic zones (fishery conservation zones) in the Pacific, including the Hoomalu and Mau bottom fishing zones in the northwest Hawaiian Islands

hawaii seafood buyers guide
Hawaii Seafood Buyers Guide
  • http://hawaii-seafood.org
  • Introduction/Overview
  • Species descriptions
    • Biology, availability, fishing methods, etc.
  • Recipes / Substitutions
  • List of Exporters
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Introduction to Hawaii‘s Longline Fisheries, Auction System, and Fish Species

University of Hawaii

OCN 331

Living Marine Resources

October 4, 2007

Honolulu, Hawaii

Brooks Takenaka

United Fishing Agency

Hawaii Seafood Project 2 (NOAA)

fishery management system

Healthy, well-managed fish stock

Vessel Safety, Environmental Regulations

US Coast Guard

Fishing

Industry

Other stakeholders

Fishery Scientists

(NOAA - PIFSC, PFRP-JIMAR)

Fishery Regulators

(NOAA PIRO)

= FMP’s

= Stakeholder input

= Fish harvest

= Scientific data

= Regulations/ Enforcement

Fishery Management System

Fishery Regulations

Fishery Mgt Council

(WPRFMC)

Fishery Mgt

Plans

John Kaneko and Yvette Yamamoto, Hawaii Seafood Project (NOAA)

fishery management system in hawaii

Fishery Management

Fish Stock

Fishery Scientists

Mgt Council

Fishing Industry

Fishery Regulators

Fish Auction

Wholesalers

Retailers

Environmental NGO’s

Consumers

Fishery Management System in Hawaii

Other Regulations

Fishery

Regulatory or Legal Action

Fish & Seafood

Information & Data

Fishery Management Plan

USCG Vessel Safety & Environmental Regulations

Federal FDA Seafood HACCP, GMP’s

State Health Regulations

John Kaneko and Yvette Yamamoto, Hawaii Seafood Project (NOAA)

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50-75 nm Nearshore Exclusion Zone

INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF PELAGICS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN

WCPFC

Range of Hawaii Fleet

EEZ Around Hawaii

IATTC

Longline quota for

bigeye now in effect

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OTHER NATIONS

97.3%

HAWAII LONGLINE FISHERY

2.7%

HAWAII LONGLINE FISHERY PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL NUMBER OF LONGLINE VESSELS OPERATING IN THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL PACIFIC OCEAN (1998 – 2004)

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OTHER NATIONS

97.3%

HAWAII LONGLINE FISHERY

2.7%

HAWAII LONGLINE FISHERY PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WESTERN AND CENTRAL PACIFIC OCEAN

BIGEYE TUNA CATCH (1998 – 2004)

united fishing agency
United Fishing Agency
  • Incorporated in 1952.
  • Based on centuries old Japanese auctioning system
  • Fresh fish display auction.
  • Concentrates market forces on daily fish supply.
  • Competitive, open bidding.
  • The market generates the price.
new fishing village and fish auction
New Fishing Village andFish Auction
  • Village set up to concentrate fishing and seafood industry.
  • New auction facility opened on August 24, 2004.
  • Larger auction floor and chilled (60° F) storage capacity.
  • Direct unloading from vessels.
  • More efficient design
new auction facilities
New Auction Facilities

Photos: J. Kaneko

port of honolulu
Port of Honolulu
  • Hawaii has a relatively low volume, but high value fishery. Quality counts!
  • Auction sells 18 – 22 million lbs annually.
  • 47th in the nation in landed volume of fish.
  • 4th in the nation in landed value of fish.
  • Hawaii take is less than 3% of the total Pacific effort.
auction sequence
Auction Sequence
  • Auction weighs, labels and displays fish.
  • Auction begins at 5:30 am, Monday through Saturday.
  • Longline, handline, pole and line, and troll-caught fish in sequence.
auction buyers
Auction Buyers
  • Seafood Wholesalers
  • Seafood Retailers
  • Restaurants
  • Fish Peddlers
auction operation
Auction Operation
  • Auction unloads, inspects, displays and auctions fish on behalf of the fishermen.
  • Auction does not take possession of catch. Provides marketing service.
  • Auction works with fishermen to promote best possible quality, presentation and fish price.
auction fish supply
Auction Fish Supply

Longliners (tuna and swordfish and other pelagic fish)

Trollers (mahimahi, tuna, marlins and other pelagic fish)

Handliners (bigeye, yellowfin and albacore from nearshore areas and offshore sea mounts)

Aku boats (skipjack and yellowfin from live bait boats)

Bottomfish (deepwater snappers, jacks and groupers).

pelagic fishery products
Pelagic Fishery Products

Other Pelagics

  • Mahimahi
  • Wahoo
  • Opah
  • Sickle pomfret
  • Escolar/oilfish

Sharks

  • Mako
  • Thresher

Tuna

  • Bigeye
  • Yellowfin
  • Albacore
  • Bluefin
  • Skipjack

Billfish

  • Swordfish
  • Blue marlin
  • Striped marlin
  • Spear fish
bottomfish fishery products
Bottomfish Fishery Products

Affected by closure

  • Onaga
  • Ehu
  • Kalekale
  • Opakapaka
  • Gindai
  • Hapu‘upu‘u
  • Lehi

Bottomfish

  • Onaga
  • Ehu
  • Opakapaka
  • Kalekale
  • Uku
  • Hapu‘upu‘u
  • Gindai
  • Lehi
  • Butaguchi
  • Ta‘ape
  • White Ulua
bigeye
Bigeye

Ahi

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

yellowfin
Yellowfin

Ahi

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

tombo
Tombo

Albacore tuna

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

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Aku

Skipjack tuna

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

shutome
Shutome

Swordfish

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

nairagi
Nairagi

Striped Marlin

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

kajiki
Kajiki

Blue Marlin

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

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Hebi

Shortbill Spearfish

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

mahimahi
Mahimahi

Mahimahi

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

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Ono

Wahoo

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

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Opah

Moonfish

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

monchong
Monchong

Sickle Pomfret

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

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Onaga

Long tailed red snapper

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

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Ehu

(short tailed red snapper)

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Opakapaka

Pink Snapper

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

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Uku

Gray Snapper

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

hapu upu u
Hapu‘upu‘u

Sea Bass

Photos: Hawaii Seafood Promotion Committee and State of Hawaii, DBEDT

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Gindai

(roosevelt snapper or bubblegum snapper)

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Lehi

(Silverjaw jobfish)

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Butaguchi

(thick lipped ulua or pig ulua)

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Ta‘ape

(Bluestripe snapper)

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White Ulua

(Giant Trevally)

hawaii seafood buyer s guide
Hawaii Seafood Buyer’s Guide

www.hawaii-seafood.org

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