Total allowable catch (TAC) and sharing arrangements

Dates of season (subject to change)

January 1 to December 31 (decision pertaining to 2021 and 2022 fishing seasons).

Total allowable catch (TAC) and sharing arrangements

The Minister has decided to maintain the 2021 and 2022 TACs in NAFO Divisions 0A and 0B at 9,592.5 tonnes and 8,592.5 tonnes respectively.

The Total Allowable Catch (TAC) for NAFO 0A: 9,592.5 tonnes (t).

Fishing Area Fleet/Interest Allocation (t)
NAFO Division 0A Nunavut 9,592.50
Total 0A TAC 9,592.50

The TAC for NAFO 0B: 8,592.5t.

Fishing Area Fleet/Interest Allocation (t)
NAFO Division 0B Nunavut 4,283.25
Nunavik 449.25
Enterprise Allocation Holders 2,960
Fixed Gear Competitive 900
Total 0B TAC 8,592.50

Management measures

The Department has modified the existing Greenland Halibut SA0 conversion factor (CF) for the “J-Cut” product form (head off, tail off, gutted, collarbone out) from 1.49 to 1.40 on a provisional basis. This change will come into effect on January 1, 2021.

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