PEI Tuna update - November 6th, 2018:   

Following the DFO Tuna conference call today (November 6th), there was agreement that no more PEI tuna tags (Canadian and Mexican) will be issued in 2018.   DFO will provide regular updates on PEI tuna landings, but no more conference calls with the Tuna Advisory Committee are anticipated this year.  PEI has landed approx. 79% of their quota (see previous post for more details).  There remains 99 Canadian tags and 20 Mexican tags to be landed by the PEI tuna fleet to date.  For more information, please contact DFO Resource Manager, Ben Moore at 902-370-7094.


Previous post: Nov. 5th:  PEI Tuna update - Nov 5th: Below are the PEI Tuna landings for the Canadian and Mexican Quotas as of November 05th, 2018:

1 - For the Canadian Quota, there have been 498 fish landed so far, with an average round weight of 228kgs. This represents 79% of the Canadian Quota being caught.

2 - For the Mexican Quota, there have been 71 fish landed so far, with an average round weight of 234kgs. This represents 79% of the Mexican Quota being caught.


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Tuna Tag Update - Oct. 19
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October 16, 2018
Tuna Tag Update
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October 12, 2018
Notice to Fishers - Mackerel
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October 10, 2018
Canadian and Mexican Tuna Tag and Quota - Update
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October 10, 2018
Notice - 2018 Rock Crab LFA 25
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October 9, 2018
Halibut Reallocation
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October 6, 2018
Mackerel Closure
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October 5, 2018
Variation Order - Herring 16F
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October 2, 2018
Notice to Fishers - LFA 25 Lobster
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September 27, 2018
Commercial Halibut Reallocation
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