Table 3: FY 2016 Northeast Multispecies Total Catch (mt)
Stock Total Catch Groundfish Fishery Sector Common Pool Recreational Midwater Trawl Herring Fishery  Scallop Fishery1 Small Mesh Fisheries State Water Other
A to H A+B+C A B C D E F G H
GB Cod 1125.5 596.6 582.3 14.3         70.9 458.0
GOM Cod 646.2 547.4 260.4 6.1 280.9       89.8 9.0
GB Haddock 4790.8 4391.3 4390.3 1.0   118.9     14.2 266.4
GOM Haddock 2582.9 2473.5 1576.1 10.4 887.0 1.9     8.9 98.5
GB Yellowtail Flounder 30.7 23.9 23.9 -     2.1 4.8 - 0.0
SNE/MA Yellowtail Flounder 85.2 62.5 44.5 18.0     10.7   1.2 10.8
CC/GOM Yellowtail Flounder 363.5 261.0 248.8 12.1         53.8 48.7
Plaice 1211.4 1139.3 1121.9 17.4         38.4 33.7
Witch Flounder 460.8 358.8 351.4 7.4         46.8 55.2
GB Winter Flounder 426.9 422.6 422.6 -         - 4.3
GOM Winter Flounder 217.8 111.9 109.2 2.7         100.9 5.1
SNE/MA Winter Flounder 635.8 453.3 396.6 56.7         64.7 117.8
Redfish 4091.6 4078.1 4077.6 0.4         4.8 8.8
White Hake 1483.5 1472.2 1471.5 0.7         1.2 10.0
Pollock 3998.7 2985.1 2961.5 23.6         631.8 381.8
Northern Windowpane 83.6 45.0 45.0 0.0         0.7 37.9
Southern Windowpane 417.9 126.7 108.3 18.4     84.4   28.7 178.1
Ocean Pout 43.3 17.1 16.3 0.8         0.4 25.8
Halibut 108.1 56.9 56.7 0.2         47.9 3.3
Wolffish 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.0         0.0 0.2
¹Based on scallop fishing year March 2016 through February 2017
Values in metric tons of live weight Any value for a non-allocated species may include landings of that stock or misreporting of species and/or stock area.  These are northern windowpane, southern windowpane, ocean pout, halibut, and wolffish.
Sector and common pool include estimate of missing dealer reports
Source:  NMFS Northeast Regional Office
Source:  NMFS Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office
October 17, 2017, run dates of June 25, 2017 and September 19, 2017
These data are the best available to NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS). Data sources for this report include: (1) Vessels via VMS; (2) Vessels via vessel logbook reports; (3) Dealers via Dealer Electronic reporting; (4) Observers and at-sea monitors via the Northeast Fisheries Observer Program. Differences with previous reports are due to corrections made to the database.