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Solano..










42,656


Tehama




18,502

63,752

42,665

136,942












131,376
















352,830


Tulare








6,240






722,313












48,825


687,39^


Ventura


3,900










103,174


Yuba-














14,010




















Grand totals


12,324,606


521,217


2,143,157


841,793


439,741


201,295


1,286,358


1,015,970


18,774,022



FORTY-THIRD BIENNIAL REPORT



85



TABLE 14



HATCHERY REARED SALMON AND TROUT PLANTED



July 1, 1953,


to June 30,


1954 (1


nclusive)


Species


Number of fish




12,324,606




521,217


Eastern Brook Trout


2,143,157




841,793




439,741




201,295




1,286,358


Kokanee Salmon


1,015,970










Total


18,774,022







TABLE 15

HATCHERY REARED SALMON AND TROUT PLANTED

July 1, 1952, to June 30, 1953 (Inclusive)



Species


Number of fish


Rainbow trout


12,660,954
724,306


Eastern brook trout

Steelhead trout . .


1,557,535
968,864




258,003


Kokanee salmon


507,303


King salmon


1,343,901
12,392






Total


18,033,258







TABLE 16

FISH RESCUED AND TRANSPLANTED

July 1, 1952, to June 30, 1953 (Inclusive)



650,513



16
47,586



Trout

Rainbow 112

Brown 89

Steelhead. 650,312

Total - -

Salmon

King

Silver

Total ...

Warmwater fishes

Largemouth Black Bass

Smallmouth Black Bass

Warmouth Bass

Striped Bass

Bluegill Sunfish

Green Sunfish

Black Crappie

Brown Bullhead

White Catfish

Golden Shiner

Northern Anchovy

Short-fin Seabass

White Croaker

California Corbina

Thread Herring

California Pompano

Orange Mouth Seabass

Total 926,612



47,602



52,990

20,340

498

351

97,395

39,589

44,342

431,123

76,284

157,498

6,000

94

35

8

26

1

38



TABLE 17

FISH RESCUED AND TRANSPLANTED

July 1, 1953, to June 30, 1954 (Inclusive)



949,690



13,409
26,400



Trout

Rainbow 1,095

Steelhead 947,990

Brown 602

Cutthroat 3

Total

Salmon

King Salmon

Silver Salmon l

Total 39,809

Trout total... 949,690

Salmon total 39,809

Warmwater total 683,211

Totals

Warm Water Fishes

Largemouth Bass

Smallmouth Bass

Warmouth Bass

Striped Bass

Bluegill Sunfish

Green Sunfish

Black Crappie —

Brown Bullhead

White Catfish

Channel Catfish

Golden Shiner - - ..

Shad - -

California Kilifish _ . - - —

Threadfin Shad . - - - ...

Total ... 683,211

TABLE 18

HATCHERY REARED WARMWATER FISHES



1,672,710



114,382

21,761

240

197

240,800

17,711

119,290

81,466

29,862

5,423

51,025

27

150

877



July 1, 1953, to June 30, 1954 (


nclusive)


Species


Number of fish


Smallmouth Bass


55,591
78,849




76,551


I'athead Minnows . -


318,783






Total


529,774







TABLE 19

INCREASED TRENDS IN TROUT PRODUCTION SINCE 1949





CATCHABLES


FINGERLINGS




Number


Pounds


Number


Pounds


1949-1950


2,501,182
2,833,599
3,675,305
4,580,840
5,261,740


417,855
468,339
539,554
747,721
796,384


16,290,943
14,918,164
11,815,287
13,452,418
13,512,282


70,542


1950-1951

1951-1952


61,901
40,182


1952-1953


40,826


1953-1954


46,747







86



DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME



TABLE 20

CHEMICAL CONTROL OF UNDESIRABLE FISH POPULATIONS

July 1, 1952, to June 30, 1954 (Inclusive)



July 1, 1953, to June 30, 1954 (Inclusive)



Name of water



REGION I
None noted

REGION II

Summit Lake.

Catfish Lake

McMurray Lake

Taylor Lake

Beacon Road Gravel Pits

(3)

Round Lake

REGION III

Merced Lake

Dow Pond

Dr>' and Maacama Creeks
Pine Lake

REGION IV

Snelling Dredger Pond

Buttonwillow Lakes (2) ..

Olsen Pond ._

Bass Lake _

Bass Lake tributaries

Ruth Lakes (3)

REGION V

Tamarack Lake

Tamarack Lake

Eleanore Lake

Crv'stal Lake*

Santa Ysabel Creek

Sutherland Reservoir

O'Neil Lake

Hansen Reservoir





Surface


County


area m




acres


Nevada _


8.4


Nevada


9.3


Nevada


14.0


Plumas


33.0


Glenn


6.0


El Dorado


40.0


San Francisco


375.0


Contra Costa


15.0


Sonoma


87 miles


San Francisco


1.0


Merced


5.0


Merced


140.0


Merced


10.0


Madera


1,165.0


Madera


10 miles


Merced


70.0


Mono


6.0


Invo


5.0


Ventura


3.0


Los Angeles _ _


5.0


San Diego


4 miles


San Diego


20.0


San Diego


400.0


Los Angeles _ _


130.0



*AIso treated to eradicate aquatic weeds.



TABLE 21

FARM PONDS

July 1, 1952, to June 30, 1953 (Inclusive)



Date



Aug. 1952
Aug. 1952
Aug. 1952
Nov. 1952

July 1953
Aug. 1953



Nov. 1952
Tune 1953
Sept. 1953
May 1954



Sept. 1953
Oct. 1953
Oct. 1953
Nov. 1953
Nov. 1953
Apr. 1954



Sept. 1952
Sept. 1952
Oct. 1953
Nov. 1953
Nov. 1953
Nov. 1953
Dec. 1953
Mar. 1954



Region


Number of
applications


Number of
ponds visited


Number of
ponds stocked


I

II

IH


45



115!

37

111


45

40
20

25


24

44

60t

45

90


IV

V ... .






Totals...


308


130


263



Region


Number of
applications


Number of
ponds visited


Number of
ponds stocked


I

II

III

IV

V _


18

54

125

61

85


29

60
40

23


19
41
60t
49

73


Totals_-_


343


152


242



tKstimated.



TABLE 22

CATCHES OF LEADING INLAND SPORT FISHES IN
1953 AND 1951





1953


1951




Total


Mean

catch

per

angler


Total


Mean

catch

per

angler


Trout

Striped bass

Black bass

Crappie

Sunfish


22,300,000
1,590,000
2,300,000
3,570,000
6,200,000
7,500,000
640,000


41.9
9.5
14.3
26.6
46.3
33.2
5.8


18,600,000
1,490,000
1,280,000
2,380,000
4,800,000
4,710,000
564,000


43.3
10.4
11.9
31.3
47.1


Catfish


27.5


Salmon


7.2



TABLE 23

INITIAL STREAM AND LAKE SURVEYS

July 1, 1952, to June 30, 1954 (Inclusive)

1952-53



Region


Streams


Lakes


I




9


33


TI




9


61


111




20


IS


IV .




12


31


V .


Totals


20


32




70


112



1953-54



'Unknown.
fEstimated.



Region


Streams


Lakes


I

II

III


14


25
S

28


23
46
19


IV


11


V .


Totals


SO




72


149



FORTY-THIRD BIENNIAL REPORT



87



TABLE 24



CALIFORNIA ANNUAL DEER KILL (REGULAR SEASON
DEER TAG RETURNS)



County of kill



1 Alameda

2 Alpine

3 Amador

4 Butte

5 Calaveras

6 Colusa .

7 Contra Costa.

8 Del Norte....

9 El Dorado...
10 Fresno



1 1 Glenn

12 Humboldt..

13 Imperial

14 Inyo

1.5 Kern

16 Kings

17 Lake

18 Lassen

19 Los Angeles.

20 Madera



21 Marin

22 Mariposa...

23 Mendocino.

24 Merced

25 Modoc

26 Mono

27 Monterey. _

28 Napa

29 Nevada

30 Orange



31 Placer

32 Plumas

33 Riverside

34 Sacramento

35 San Benito

36 San Bernardino

37 San Diego

38 San Francisco

39 San Joaquin

40 San Luis Obispo



41 San Mateo

42 Santa Barbara.

43 Santa Clara

44 Santa Cruz

45 Shasta

46 Sierra

47 Siskiyou

48 Solano

49 Sonoma

50 Stanislaus



51 Sutter

52 Tehama

53 Trinity

54 Tulare

55 Tuolumne. _

56 Ventura

57 Yolo

58 Yuba

Not given.



State-wide
totals



Yearly

average

1927-

1949



336

435

191

418

277

336

51

29

786

L465

635

1,163

4

417

355

11

1,319

1,226

698

487

470
221

2,173
90

1,728
455
935
659
555
87

421
1,461
390
6
405
247
429



23
623

108
650
590
111
993
625
1,703
67
871
136

1
1,241

875

1,169

601

566

234

86

3



32,647



1950



386

1,306

242

794

421

442

130

53

863

1,733

719

1,770

10

303

558

31

1,942

2,243

571

508

554

202

2,927

199

2,230

1,494

1,705

952

939

112

449
1,820
380
16
861
210
767



23
,103



144
651
763
106

2,154
947

2,845
102

1,138
221



2,060
1,398
889
569
728
269
171



47,128



1951



580

1,755

316

785

417

574

178

41

1,071

2,280

712

2,313

8

718

558

38

2,155

4,499

633

623

767

240
3,665

252
6,077
1,973
2,057

983
1,327

134

655
2,255

406

18

1,217

285

734



54
1,389

135

815

939

101

2,880

1,126

4,034

78

1,447

311

4

3,710
1,119

985
998
673
264
257



64,619



1952



627

1,277

322

849

413

541

200

28

937

1,949

740

1,792

16

308

655

29

2,0.56

1,962

572

665

832

232

4,252

388

1,794

1,442

1,825

1,220

972

129

531
1,671

658

18

1,174

628

719



43
1,115

167

708
1,051

118
1,940

795
2,187

126
1,553

371

2

1,623

1,045

1,087

956

8.56

334

167



50,667



1953



763

1,638

485

1,040

497

356

232

33

1,185

2,407

606

2,323

23

593

1,032

30

2,146

1,519

629

745

885

248
4,394

388
1,076
2,098
2,023
1,161
1.277

173

671
2,285

354

21

1,408

455

792



60
1,503

139

994
1,172

166
2,566
1,032
2,768

113
1,679

471



2,932

1,220

1,174

1,447

784

349

244

200



TABLE 25

NUMBER OF MOUNTAIN LIONS BOUNTIED BY DEPARTMENT
OF FISH AND GAME



59,004





Total

boun-

tied

1907-

50


Yearly
aver-
age
1906-
50


Num


ber boun


tied annually


County


1951


1952


1953


Total


Alameda


29

3

27

78

62

86

1

221

234

189

268

1,085

2

25
467
1
504
13
188
106

3

151

708

10

6

38

682

4

36

16

118

20

108

I

68

176

281

2

254
1

440
159
4
707
43
549


1


4


4


2
2


39

5


Amador


1
2
1
2






27


Butte


2


2


2


84




62


Colusa




6


..

1

1
6

1
6


92




2


Del Norte


5
5
4

6
25






222


El Dorado


s"

2
8


2
12

6
4


237
215




277


Humboldt

Imperial

Inyo

Kern


1,103

2


1
11


1
7






26


7


10


491


Kings

Lake


1


11


4


10

1

2

1


3
""' 17"


521




14


Los Angeles

Madera

Mann


4
2


6


196
124

3


Mariposa

Mendocino


3
16


-.


6

5


2
6


159

726

10


Modoc










6


Mono

Monterey

Napa

Nevada

Orange

Placer. ..

Plumas


1
16


2
24


13
6


.......


53

724

4


1


1


1




38
16


3




1




119
20




2






7


115


Sacramento






1




2
4
6






1
-.

1
7


69


San Bernardino .

San Diego

San Joaquin

San Luis Obispo.




2
2


178

285
3


6


2


8


271
1


Santa Barbara ..

Santa Clara

Santa Cruz


10

4


3
6


8
4


-


451

176

4




16

1

12


9


13


17


746


Sierra


43


Siskiyou


7


11


15


582




36

24

1

445

968
510

185

167

3

45


1
1








36


Stanislaus


2




2


28
1


Tehama

Trinity

Tulare


10

22

12

4

4


5

7

11

4


2
14

12

2
7


5
10
21

'14'


457
999

554


Tuolumne

Ventura

Yolo


187

192

3


Yuba


1


1






46










Totals


10,558


239


133


174


181


11,046



88



DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME



TABLE 26

PREDATORY ANIMAL CATCH BY COUNTIES





January 1-December 31, 1952




January


1-December 31, 1953




County


Coyote


Bobcat


Other
predators


Total


Coyote


Bobcat


Other
predators


Total


Total
for period


Alpine -


13
21

57


5
2
5


6
185
314


24
208
376










24


18
79
19


2

2

12


83

1,052

36


103

1,133

67


311


Butte .. __


1,509




67


Colusa _ ..


8


6


3


17


17


El Dorado


12

76
35
62
84

11

88
57
52
16


1

26
26
18
13

16
40
41

3
3


41

71

25

67

4

81
85
73
46
93
87


54
173

86
147
101

108
213
171
101
112
87


54


Fresno

Humboldt


47

1

119

79

31

55
47
27
23
13
95
20
3
79

64

31

6

168

136


47
36
42
32

4

5
56

4
10

1

16
87

6
16

65
2
62
79
39


65
73
97
31

134
19
75
24

185
64
40

412

33

5

325

209

178

94

72


159
110
258
142

169

79
178

55
218

78
151
519

42
100

454
242
246
341
247


332
196
40S


Kern


243


Lake


277




292


Los Angeles

Madera


349
156
330


Merced


165


Modoc ;_.






151


Monterey

Nevada^- _ _


20

15

229

68


29

3
92

70


239

40

168

234

135

278

97

66

34

363

14


288

58

489

372
135
373
250
163

34
528

34


807
100




589


Riverside


826
377


San Benito


9
66
68


86
87
29


619


San Diego

San Joaquin _


591

410

34




64


107

2

68

29

6
59


131

2

172

169

2
46

123
98
23
63
51
55
60

225


302

4
284
347

23
348
123
140

52
130

98
147
157
293


51
11


9


830




38




44
149

15
243


284


Shasta


206


51


296


553


900


Sierra .


23


Siskiyou


225


70


57
239
65
23
57


352

239

65

30

84

2

106

112

625


700
362


Sutter .


34
19
60
12
73
58
58


8
10

7
35
19
39
10






205




7
23




82


Trinity..


4

2

12
23

35


214




100


Tuolumne


52

40

108


42

49

482


253




269




918






Totals


1,972


1,026


3,863


6,861


1,807


919


4,822


7,548


14,409








January 1-December
31, 1953



Average number trappers

Number of sets

Number of days



29
245,209

5,893



FORTY-THIRD BIENNIAL REPORT



89



TABLE 27

PREDATORY BIRD BOUNTIES PAID BY THE DEPARTMENT





Number bountied


County


Crows


Magpies




1952


1953


1952


1953




127
178

75
184

64
227








Contra Costa


189








191




Orange^

San Joaquin
















Shasta


2








360

275






Yolo
















Totals


1,490


191


191





TABLE 28

SUMMARY OF DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME LANDS, 1954

(Game Monogement)



Area


Acreage


Purchase price


Los Bancs Waterfowl Refuge

Grey Lodge Waterfowl Refuge

Suisun Waterfowl Refuge

Imperial Waterfowl Refuge

Imperial Waterfowl Management

Area

Honey Lake Waterfowl Manage-
ment Area

Madeline Plains Waterfowl Man-
agement Area

Grizzly Island Waterfowl Manage-
ment Area

Tehama Winter Deer Range

Doyle Winter Deer Range


3,000.00
2,541.51
1,887.00
2,064.43

*4,415.24

4,819.70

5,176.10

8,600.00
42,896.90
13,502.91


3104,241.40

133,417.00

71,875.50

88,405.05

47,775.52

90,784.09

47,353.20

650,000.00

212,518.86

37,807.76


Totals


88,903.79


31,484,178.38



•Includes 3,880 acres of leased land.






Use or type


Acres


Purchase price


Deer ranges

Waterfowl areas


56,399.81
32,503.98


3250,326.62
1,233,851.76






Totals


88,903.79


31,484,178.38



STATE-OWNED GAME FARMS



Name


Acres


Capaci


ty, birds




12
29
11
14

72




4,000


Los Serranos


9,000


Marysville . . _ . _


4,500




5,000


Yountville


5,000


Brawley (part of Imperial Refuge).


9,000


Total state owned game farms
Total deer ranges and water-


138.00
87,530.03








Total acreage


87,668.03





TABLE 29

GAME BIRD RELEASES

Liberation of Game Farm Birds, January 1, 1952, Through
December 31, 1953



County


Ring-neck


Reeves


Chukar


Total




879
1,209
9,707
5,351
2,513






879


Amador






1,209
10,230


Butte.-


523




Colusa




5,351

2,513

240








Del Norte


240




Fresno


9,313

3,069

675

16,278

7,917
8,061

634
2,335
6,544
1,944

200

11,052

2,677

420

3,854
1,863
400
110
1,743
5,625

11,973
2,627
4.450

13,588

200
200

50
3,478
4,122
9,450
4,251
2,845
6,404
2,146

7,315

300

6,632

2,981

100


9,313








3,069


Humboldt






675








16,278








7,917


Kern






8,061


Kings






634








2,335


Los Angeles

Madera




15


6,559


180


2,124






200


Merced






11,052








2,677


Mono






420




100




3,954


Napa




1,863








400


Orange

Placer




112


222




1,743






200


5,825


Sacramento




11,973






1,800
205


4,427


San Diego




4,655


San Joaquin

San Luis Obispo




13,588






200






200


Santa Clara






50


Shasta






3,478


Siskiyou

Solano






4,122






9,450




912




5,163


Stanislaus




2,845








6,404








2,146








7,315


Ventura






300


Yolo






6,632


Yuba






2,981


Republic of Mexico-






100








Totals _.


187,485


1,955


2,332


191,772



90



DEPARTMENT OF EISH AND GAME



TABLE 30

WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT AREA OPERATIONS



Area


Acreage open
to hunting


Schedulec
shooter


seasonal
rapacity


Actual
hunters u


number
sing area"


Number of
waterfowl bagged


Average bag
per hunter




1952


1953


1952


1953


1952


1953


1952


1953


1952


1953


Madeline Plains

Honev Lake


2,400
3,000


2,400
2,500
1,200
1,100
1,000
5,000
1.500
1,000
1,070
2,325
5,680


8,400
5,250


7,680
4,800
1,760
1,760
1,650
15,200
3,200
1,920
2,400
9,900
8,800


473
3,677


1,064
2,912
2,113
2,566
2,386
11,936
3,579
1,194
1,736
4,801
3,047


897
3,756


1,655
2,196
8,549
7,786
9,561

41,218
8,314
2,255
3,070

10,475
3,122


1.9
1.0
- -


1.6

8




4


Colusa


1,100


2,160


3,350


6,832


3


Sutter _ ^


4




4,500
1,500
1,200


14,000
3,500
2,400


16,047
3,740
1,180


44,126
6,881
1,717


2.8
1.8
1.5


3.5


San Luis Wastewav

Merced__


2.3
1 9




1.8


Imperial'


3,525


22,200


5,904


14,586


2.5


2 2


Welch Co-op


1
















Totals


17,225


24,775


57,910


59,070


34,371


37,334


78,795


98,201


2.3


2.6



'Includes Hazard. Pumice. Poe and Federal Units.

'Actual number of hunters using area may exceed schedule capacity because of hunters going on areas late in day after original hunters leave area.



TABLE 31

COOPERATIVE PHEASANT HUNTING AREA OPERATIONS



.^rea


Acreage open
to hunting


Schedulec
shooter


seasonal
:apacity*


Actual number
hunters using area


Number of
pheasants bagged


Percent of
successful huntersf




1952


1953


1952


1953


1952


1953


1952


1953


1952


1953


Staten Island

Rver Island


8,090
10,500
14,000
11,500
15,000


9,300
10,800
10,600
11.465
17,000

4,200


5,400

6,600

14,000

11,500

15,000


6,200

7,200

10,600

11,500

17,000

4,200


4,008
3,719
6,218
9,806
7,575


4,386
4,172
5,286
8,700
4.006
3,099


1,479
1,365
2,237
2,759
3,522


1,715
1,725
2,741
3,200
3,013
1,433


36
37

37
28
47


39
40




51


Natomas


37




75




46


Sartain


11,000
9,000
8,718
5,110


11,000
9,000
5,810
2,500

""'"Y,6o6"

3,670
4,290
4,000
4,140
5,660


2,687
4,576
2,826
3,091


1,408
1,136
1,287
1,190


56
25
48
39

...

26
46
22
23
45




Butte Creek

\Ieridian


4,462
6,312


4,500
4,200


2,686
2,530


965
1,331


32
52


Los Bancs - _




Merced


8,000
10,000
5,880
5,800
9,600
9,000
5,000
6,200
3,200
5,680


4,000
5,000
2,940
3.870
4,800
6,000
5,000
6,200
2,150
5,500


5,684
5.325
4,016
4,040
3,687
4,673
1,881
5,492
2,666
512


2,420

2,117

915

1,810

1,019

1,870

1,366

2,128

799

131


46


Firebaugh

Twitchell Island

Tyler Island. .,

Union Island..

Yolo


8,000
5,880
6,716
8,200
8,520
5,660


4,314
3,557
2,917
2,796
3,674
1,576


1,924
929

1,307
619
958
711


39
23
44
27
40


Mc.Arthur


72


Plainfield _


39


Courtland












30


Welch. _.












26
















Totals


135,894


142,499


107,570


110,860


63,340


72,841


22,831


30,698


36


42







*.\Iinimum number of hunters that could be accommodated for the season.

No correction is made for hunters that hunt only part of a day and are then replaced by other hunters.
tDerivcd by dividing the number of pheasants shot by the number of hunters.

No correction is made for hunters shooting two pheasants (the daily limit).



FORTY-THIRD BIENNIAL REPORT



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TABLE 32

GAME FARM UNITS AND YEARLY CAPACITY



TABLE 35

PACIFIC MACKEREL LANDINGS BY SEASONS



Game farm


County


Yearly capacity


Redd ing


Shasta

Butte


5,000
4,000


Marysville

Sacramento


Yuba

Sacramento


10,000


Stockton

Yountville ,.

Kern


San Joaquin

Napa.

Kern

Fresno

Merced


2,400

15,000

4,000




7,000


Los Banos


4,000
5,000


Brawley

Castaic .. .


Imperial

Los Angeles

San Bernardino

San Diego-


9,000
3,000


Los Serranos

Valley Center


9,000
2,000


Total


80,400









Season


Pounds
offish


Season


Pounds
offish


1926-27


3,593,962

6,455,033

39,405,114

56,694,637

12,805,751

15,152,465

10,850,403

72,873,851

113,464:209

146.387,327

100,745,270

70,445,621

76,064,647

99,960,747


1940-41

1941-42..

1942-43

1943-44

1944-45 .__

1945-46

1946-47 ._.

1947-48

1948-49

1949-50

1950-51. _

1951-52

1952-53

1953-54


107 553 929


1927-28 -


71,754,709
48,220,187


1928-29


1929-30


77 853 106


1930-31


80,785,356
52 002 734


1931-32


1932-33. . . .


58,896,372


1933-34


39,627,373


1934-35


38,202,903


1935-36


50,061,684


1936-37


33 890 004


1937-38


31,904,919


1938-39


18,761 833


1939-40


7,612,679







TABLE 33

ABALONE LANDINGS, CALIFORNIA



TABLE 36

CALIFORNIA JACK MACKEREL LANDINGS BY SEASONS



Year


Pounds


1948


3,228,927


1949.


3,599,998


1950


3,954,791


1951


4,084,115


1952 -


4,784,033


1953


4,719,504







TABLE 34

PACIFIC OYSTER LANDINGS



1933.
1934.
1935.
1936.
1937.
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953



68,762

50,240

299,375

310,683

680,081

1,207,421

1,659,355

1,292,505

1,717,781

609,233

741,105

636,686

309,738

88,006

4^,035

166,524

235,134

143,612

133,700

180,141

161,520



Season


Pounds
offish


Season


Pounds
offish


1926-27


365,245

425,197

556,550

673,936

310,894

672,679

465,351

1,106,317

1,653,549

9,849,115

5,757,158

8,242,112

3,925,278

1,117,895


1940-41

1941-42

1942-43

1943-44

1944-45

1945-46

1946-47

1947-48

1948-49

1949-50

1950-51

1951-52

1952-53

1953-54


1,749,646


1927-28


1,917,129


1928-29


9,794,416


1929-30


8,454,883


1930-31

1931-32. .


13,742,894
9,280,072


1932-33


31,146,258


1933-34


142,660,570


1934-35.

1935-36


55,690,542
64,987,587


1936-37

1937-38


136,374,757
74,990,835


1938-39


151,470,361


1939-40


35,061,944



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DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME



SEASONAL CATCH IN TONS



TABLE 37

OF SARDINES ALONG THE PACIFIC COAST-
JUNE THROUGH THE FOLLOWING MAY



-EACH SEASON INCLUDES



Season



British
Columbia



Washing-
ton



Oregon



Total

Pacific

northwest



California



Floating
plants



San
Francisco



Monterey



San
Pedro



San
Diego



Total
California



Grand
total



California
percent
of total



1916-17.
1917-18.
1918-19.
1919-20.
1920-21.
1921-22.
1922-23.
1923-24.
1924-25.
1925-26.
1926-27.
1927-28.
1928-29.
1929-30.
1930-31.
1931-32.
1932-33-
1933-34.
1934-35.
1935-36.
1936-37.
1937-38.
1938-39.
1939-40.
1940-41.
1941-42.
1942-13.
1943-44.
1944-45.
1945-46.
1946-47.
1947-48.
1948-49.
1949-50.
1950-51.
1951-52.
1952-53.
1953-54.



80

3,640

3,280

4,400

990

1,020

970

1,370

15,950

48,500

68,430

80,510

86,340

75,070

73,600

44,350

4,050

43,000

45,320

44,450

48,080

51,770

5,520

28,770

60,050

65,880

88,740

59,120

34,300

3,990

490



10

6,560

17,100

26,480

17,760

810

17,100

580

10,440

20

2,310

6,140

1,360

50



26,230

14,200

16,660

17,020

22,330

3,160

15,850

1,950

1,820



90
3,960
6,930
5,320



80

3,640

3,280

4,400

990

1,020

970

1,370

15,950

48,500

68,430

80,510

86,340

75,070

73,600

44,350

4,050

43,000

71,560

65,210

81,840

95,270

45,610

32,740

93,000

68,410

101,000

59,140

36,700

14,090

8,780

5,370



10,960

31,040

58,790

67,820

112,040

150,830

235,610

67,580

43,890



70

450

1,000

230

80

110

190

560

560

3,520

16,690

13,520


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