CDFW Seeks Input on 2018 Recreational Pacific Halibut Season Dates
California anglers interested in the recreational Pacific halibut fishery are invited to provide input to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) via an online survey.
The short survey, which will be open through Feb. 23, will help inform CDFW biologists about angler preferences for open fishing dates during the upcoming 2018 season. Results of the survey will be used to develop recommended season dates that will be provided to the National Marine Fisheries Service.
The survey link is online at www.surveymonkey.com/r/LHHYJXG.
The Pacific halibut fishery takes place off the northern California coast. In 2017, the fishery was open May 1-June 15, July 1-15, Aug. 1-15 and Sept. 1-10. The fishery closed Sept. 11 due to projected attainment of the California quota.
For more information on the Pacific halibut fishery in California, please visit CDFW’s Pacific Halibut webpage.
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