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160,050

109.620

69.080

89.60(1

152.4.SO

230,860

184.470

206.710

104,930

180.990

227.870

165.700

250.290

184.400

213.620

237.250

145.520

31.240

17.630

47,830

130.990

19.100

640

10


17.380
41.340
32.530
16.580
11.740
19.220
33,170
35.040
96.330
61.990
64.720
67.900
119.250
140.540
38,490
42.660
83,600
125.050
178.820
138.400
138.110
109,950
146,400
101,820
175.590
148.910
201.510
135.310
178.290
173,110
194,720
101,150
131,860
187.260
318,350
127,030
5,680
4,140
66,770
73.990


2.440
7.360
6.810
6.410
1.520

910
2,620
2.780
8.820
5.710
2,110
4,650
1,420
2,620
80

260
60
1,750
4,860
10,650
4,590

380
2.780

110
1.200
1.580
2.870
2,690
2,770

950
4,770
2,460
3,920
3.280
2.910
1,.350
30

320

490


27.530

72.580

75.540

67.030

38.450

36.500

65.110

83,930

173.020

137.270

152.210

187,260

254,4,80

325,170

1.85,120

164,650

250,680

383,440

595,580

560,500

726,120

416.560

575.260

542,250

460.580

587,370

504,660

478,130

554.910

403.680

233.600

121,330

183,720

337.620

353.090

129.100

5.720

4.460

67.270

74.460


27.530
72.660
79,1.80
70,310
42,850
37,490
66.130
84.900
174.390
153.220
200,710
255,690
334.990
411.510
260.190
238.2.50
295.030
387,490
638,580
632,060
791,330
498.400
670.530
587,860
493..320
680.370
573.070
579,1.30
614.050
440.380
247.690
130.110
189,090
337,620
353,090
129.100
5.720
4.460
67.270
74.460




1917-18


80

3,640

3,280

4.400

990

1,020

970

1,370

1,5,950

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






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

4,550

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




70

450

1,000

230

80

110

190

560

560

3,520

16,690

13,520

21,960

25,970

21.610

18,630

36,340

69,000

76,150

141.100

133.720

201.200

212.450

118.090

186.590

115.880

126,510

136,600

84,100

2,870

90

110

16,090

12,730

80


100
95
95
90
97
98


1918-19
















1920-21
















19''2-23


















1924-25








99












1926-27








76


1927-28






























1930-31






10,960
31,040
58,790
67,820
112,040
150,830
235,610
67,580
43,890


71










1932-33






85


1933-34








1934-35






93


1935-36 . .


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


89


1936-37


92


1937-38 . ...


84


1938-39 - -


86


1939-40


92


1940-41




93


1941-42 - .




86


1942-43




88


1943-44




83


1944-45




90


1945-46


90
3.960
6,930
5,320




92


1946-47




94


1947-48




93


1948-49




97


1949-50






100


1950-51












100


1951-52












100


1952-53












100


195.3-54














100


1954-55














10
470


100


1955-56














100





















n;ita for British Columbia were supplied by the Canaciian Bureau of Statistics and
the Province of British Columbia, those for Washington by the Washington De-
paitmeiit of Fisheries and for Oregon hy the Fish Commission of Oregnn.
Tu::nages delivered to tlie floating plants were compiled by the Vnited States



Fish and Wildlife Service fmm the hooks of the companies operating olT tlie
Califoinia Coast. California landings were derived from the records of the Cali-
fiirnia Hepartment of Fish and Game.



TABLE 40

SUMMARY

HATCHERY REARED TROUT AND SALMON PLANTED

1954-55 FISCAL YEAR





Fingerling


Catchable


Total




Number


Pounds


Number


Pounds


Number


Pounds


RESIDENT FISH
Trout:


5,730,975

1,361.446

855.354

272.160

314.285


39,989

4.302

1.544

143

739


7.595.269


1,186,963


13,326,244

1,361,446

858,604

272,160

315,671


1,226,752




4,302




3,250


1,000


2..544




143


Cutthroat (Lahontan)


1,386


3,465


4,204




8.534.220
898,490


46.717
290


7.599.905


1,191,428


16,134.125
898,490


1,238,145


Salmon:

Kokanee


290




9,432,910

526.930
124..343


47,007

1,268
696


7,599,905


1,191,428


17,032,615

526,930
124,343


1,238,435


ANADROMOUS FISH
StpplhpaH


1,268


Cutthroat (Coastal)






696




651.273
210,150


1.964
290






651,273
210,150


1,964


Salmon:

King.






290


Anadromous total


861,423


2.254






861,423


2,254


C.R.WD TOTAL


10,294,133


49.261


7,599.905


1,191,428


17,894,038


1,240,689







94



DEPARTA/IENT OF FISH AND GAME



TABLE 41

SUMMARY

HATCHERY REARED TROUT AND SALMON PLANTED

1955-56 FISCAL YEAR





Fingerling


Subcatchable


Catchable


Total




Number


Pounds


Number


Pounds


Number


Pounds


Number


Pounds


RESIDENT FISH
Trout:


8.452.897
808.844
654.025

1.320.993
176.130
20.513


62.095

1.078

1.550

3.942

115

105


42,610


3,510


7,571,821
12,900


1,239,500
1,076


16,067,328

821.744

654,025

1.32U.993

176.130

20.513


1.305,lC,i
2,154




















3,942












Splake










105














Total - .- -


11.433.402
660.235 '


68,885
342


42,610


3,510


7,584,721


1,240.576


19.060,733
660,235


1,312,971


Salmon:


342














Resident total


12.093.637

577.111
103.731


69.227

5.630
579


42,610


3.510


7.584.721


1,240,576


19,720,968

577,111
103.721


1 313 313


AXADROMOUS FISH
Trout:


5 630


Cutthroat (Coastal)










579














Total


680.842

5.285.435
59.932


6.209

8.234
1.350










680,842

5,285.435
103.857


6.209
8 234


Salmon:

King -










43,925


3.906






5 256










Total


5.345.367


9,584


43,925


3.906






6,389.292


13,490












6.026.209


15.793


43,925


3,906






6,070.134


19,699










C.RAVD TOTAL -


18.119,846


85.020


86,535


7.416


7,584.721


1,240.576


25.791.102


1,333,012







TABLE 42
ANCHOVY LANDINGS IN POUNDS



Year


Commercial


Live bait


Commercial and
live bait


1916


531.209
528.753
868.161

1.609.548
569.774

1,946,881

652,516

307,074

346,951

93,071

60,157

368,201
357.470
382.445
319.561
307.494
299.217
317.292
257.505
178.970
195.122

226.229
735.144
2,147,901
6,317,797
4,105.382
1.694.290
1.570.803
3.891.029
1.616.880
1.921.627

18.940.521
10.835.930
3.322.273
4.878,687
6,954.852
55.782.870
84,503.703
42.410.214
44.691,582






1917






1918






1919






1920






1921






1922






1923






1924






1925






1926






1927






1928






1929






19.30












1932






1933






1934






1935 :.






1936






1937






1938






1939






1940






1941






1942






1943






1944






1945






1946






1947






1948 .- ..


7.450,993
5.604,735
7,647,640
10,283,730
13,620,879
12,783,016
13,372,042
12,250,890


18,286,923


1949


8.927.008


1950


12.526.327


1951

1952


17,238.582
69 403,749


1953


97 286 719


1954


55.782,256


1955


56.942.472







TABLE 43

POUNDS AND VALUE ' OF COMMERCIAL FISH LANDINGS
AND SHIPMENTS INTO CALIFORNIA



Yellowfin tuna. -

Skipjack

Albacore

Salmon

Sardine

Bluefin tuna

Sole

Crab

Jack mackerel —
Anchovy

Pacific mackerel-.

Rockfish

Spiny Lobster

Abalone

Squid

White sea bass - -

Sablefish - -

Barracuda

California halibut
Lingcod —

Ocean shrimp

Swordfish

Bigeye tuna

Black sea bass

Bay shrimp -

All other -

Totals



1954



Pounds



149.103.693
169.463.946
64,573,673
10,094.658
136.509.767

21.663.106
19.732.179
7.828.208
17.333.547
42.410,214

25,392,604

12,650,541

901,400

4,099,525

8,155,105

1,206.551

2,804,918

1,588,611

662,139

947.343

296,797
23.055
1,249.937
409.653
744.868
13,560,208



713,406,246



Valu



125.559,675

25,680,987

13.142.936

3,031,839

3,701,222

3.655.684

1.144.770

1,146,261

661.209

850,527

808.592
553.756
409,537
376,924
177,223

250,804
253,225
235,484
138,499
68,741

26,950
12,341
155,742
55,551
52.812
1.100,221



$83,251,512



Pounds



162,818.007
120,524,989
73.846,306
12,418,619
145,607,749

13,952,523

17.894.493

6,119.320

35.754.707

44,691.582

23.311,211

12.681.697

859.125

4,185.875

14.271.968

906.617

2.497.177

1.137.670

481.511

964.926

827,733
135,740
512.534
365.487
693.654
12.710,358



•10,171,578



Value



$24,483,408
15,979,588
12,173,046
4,088,293
3,088,260

1,984,876

1,035,106

976,291

710,579

696,613

531,803
513,699
433,722
423,341
234,264

216,177
204.439
176.919
103.167
71.484

70.973
58.520
56.507
54.010
51.671
755,045



$69,071,801



I Value lo the Bshermen.



FORTY-FOURTH BIENNIAL REPORT



95



TABLE 44

TOTAL ANNUAL LANDINGS AND SHIPMENTS INTO CALIFORNIA
OF COMMERCIAL FISH, MOLLUSKS, AND CRUSTACEANS

Includes Sardine Deliveries to Reduction Ships
During 1930 Through 1938



Year


Pounds


Year


Pounds




95.002,695 !
209,876.670
261,134,265
266,270,240
222,004,376

135.347.826
182.343,333
253.874,581
340,445,919
437,502,232

394,964,393
487,166.143
583,526.751
856,854.055
702,188,795

502,389,875

556,139,053

821,805,007

1,390,798.650

1,448.016.584


1936


1,764.900.136




1937.


1,362,983,717




1938


1.310,595,651


1919


1939


1,486,534,906


19'>0


1940


1,297.517,441




1941


1,529.147.645


jq^o


1942.


1.173.414.078




1943


1.234.049.119


1994


1944


1.459.445.859




1945


1,216,467,433




1946..


919,850,476


1927


1947..


795,498.998




1948


900,499.994


1929


1949. ..


1.135,338.504




1950


1,366.677.048




1951


904.099.052


1912


1952


694.978,340




1953


617,329,389


19'J4


1954


713.409.605




1955


710.171.57S






1





TABLE 45
SALMON AND STEELHEAD COUNTING STATIONS

KLAMATHON ROCKS, KLAMATH RIVER, SISKIYOU COUNTY



Year
1954-55.
1955-56-



King salmon
2.032
14.946



SHASTA RIVER RACKS, SHASTA RIVER, SISKIYOU COUNTY



Y'ear
1954-55-
1955-56-



King salmon
2.624
1.807



SWEASEY DAM, MAD RIVER, HUMBOLDT COUNTY *



Year
1954-55-
1955-56..



King salmon
403
390



Silver salmon
59



Steelhead
2.372
148



BENBOW DAM, SOUTH FORK EEL RIVER, HUMBOLDT COUNTY



Year
1954-55-
1955-56-



King salmon
5.406
3,974



Silver salmon
6,016
6,054



Steelhead
14,000
11,443



CLOUG DAM, MILL CREEK, TEHAMA COUNTY



Year
1954-55.



King salmon

(fall run)

2,901

1.722



King salmon
(spring run)

2,967

2,233



Steelhead

1.481

1.208



1955-56 -

WOODBRIDGE DAM, MOKELUMNE RIVER, SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY



Year
1954-55..
1955-56..



King salmon
3.941
2.193



Steelhead
34
30



PARROT-PHELAN DAM, BUTTE CREEK, BUTTE COUNTY



Year
1954-55-
1955-56.



King salmon
(spring run)

245t
No count



» December, 195.5, floods dam^iged ladder to point where fish could not ascend it.

King salmon count was believed to be completed before damage,
t Partial count.



TABLE 46
DEER BAG IN SPECIAL HUNTS



Year


Male


Female


Unclassified*


Total


1949-50


246
1.996
563
311
929
451
505
1.594


231




477


1950-51






1950-51


1,433
2,914
775
401
1,580
7.828




1.996


1951-52




3,225


1952-53


228
12
50

236


1,932


1953-54


864


1954-55


2,135


1955-56


9,658







* ruclassihed. Information insufficient to determine sex.



TABLE 47



STREAM IMPROVEMENT

July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1956 (Inclusive)



Name of water aod county*


Number

of

pool

forming

devices


Number

of

fish

screens

installed


Number
of

fish
ladders

built


Flow
mainte-
nance
dams
built


Barriers
elimi-
nated


REGION I




1
















1


Shackelford Creek. S




3
1

1
4
1
1
2
1




























Cottonwood Creek S










Mill Creek S










Deer Creek T




1






Mill Creek T








Swift Creek Tr










REGION II




1










1








7








Taylor Creek ED






2
4
1


1






















REGION III








1












1


Zvante Creek SCz










2












3


Mill Creek Son










1












1


Rean Creek SCz










1






1


1

1
1
























REGION- IV








2


Cherrv Creek Tuo








9
3
1
























REGION V

Rip Rork Creek TA




1








15
3
9
4
6
3




















1




































Rliif- Tflv Crppk SBd


1








Citv Creek SBd


9








Cra-SK V'allpv Creek SBd


1










9

3

27

2

1

13

45

45

2








T ittip Rpflr Creek SBd




















Pinf Vallpv Creek SD




















Wi Intt- Crppk SB










Ventura River. North Fork, V_..

Upvp<! Creek V








































203


21


5


20


14







.\hhreviations of county names in order of appearance in the table: S — Siskiyou;
T— Teliama; Tr. — Trinity: SJ — San Joaquin: Sac— Sacramento: Cal — Calaveras;
KM — El Dorado; Son. — Sonoma: SCz — SanUi Cruz; SM— San Mateo; SLO— San
LuLs Obispo: F — Fresno; Tuo. — Tuolumne; Mad.— Madera; L.^ — Los .\ngeles;
(» — Orange; R — Riverside; SBd — San Bernardino; SD — San Diego; SB — Santa
Barbara : V — Ventura.



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TABLE 48
MARKET CRAB LANDINGS



TABLE 50
ANGLING LICENSE SALES



Year


Pounds


Year


Pounds


1916


1,296.912
2.580.840
1.619.280
1.304.904
1.220.568
800.952
860,328
1,075,800
1,506,816
3,234,312
3,296,280
2,960,712
3,574,464
1,792,776
1,992,384
2,231, .384
2,433,987
3,208,494
3,768,081
3,680,188


1936


2,311,802


1917 -,


1937


1,627,753


1918


1938.

1939


3,873,600


1919


5 953 361


1920


1940


6.151.014


1921


1941


4 260.340


1922


1942


2 414 110


1923


1943


2.315.338


1924


1944


2.925 316


1925


1945


4.333.,895


1926


1946 .


9.633.630


1927


1947


10 733 398


1928


1948


11,912.191


1929


1949


11,133 046


1930


1950


11,721,352


1931


1951


1 1 ,568 353


1932


1952


12,941,418


1933


1953


8,252,777


1934


1954


7 829 651


19.35 . .. .


1955


6,119,.32U









TABLE 49
HUNTING LICENSE SALES



Year


Number
licenses


Year


Number
licenses


1907-08


113,975
111,911
124,421
138,Hli'l
141.777
159,762
159.164
161,402
165,522
166,372
No record
No record
No record
225,454
222,791
226,381
246,299
226,421
231,305
253,532
257,738
228.696
241,709
231,970
214,577


t 1932-33


164 031


1908-09


1933-34


171,139


1909-10


1934-35


174,667


1910-11


l!i3.5-36

11)36-37 .. -


190 257


1911-12


225,448


1912-13


1937-38


248 365


1913-14


1938-39


262,117


1914-15 . . -


1939-40


270 096


1915-16


1940-41


291,507


1916-17


1941-42


331,878


1917-18


1942-43


268,128


1918-19


1943-44


284,370


1919-20


1944-45


318 910


1920-21


1945-46


393,282


1921-22


1946-47

1947-48


487 307


1922-23


507,552


1923-24


1948-49


504 173


1924-25


1949-50


496,736


1925-26


1950-51


491 424


1926-27


1951-52


534,684


1927-28


1962-63


588,764


1928*


1963-64


613 928


1929


1954-55


620,587


1930


J 1965-66


635 100


1931











^ear


Number sold


Year


Number sold


1914


81,965

87,262

111,994

No record

No record

No record

No record

176,873

183,116

22,1,171

20.',ti',i0

24^167
262.886
217.788
225.774
248,319
242.857
212,662
176.936
211.190


1935

1936


224 661


1915..


300,611


1916 .


19.37 .


326,745


1917


1938

1939

1940


348 227


1918


366,462


1919 . . .


390 342


1920


1941


460 715


1921


1942

1943

1944...


43.3,431


1922


447 362


1923


4.36,940


1924


1946


.557.536


1925


1946


768 816


1926


1947


884,747


1927


tl948


960,146


1928*


1949


992 519


1929


19.50


983,019


1930


1951


1 016 469


1931 ..


1952


1.098.597


19.32


1953


1.187,328


1933


1954


1 240 060


1934


tl965


1 ,302,927









• Fee increased froin .$1 to $2.
t Fee increased fiom ?;2 to $3.
X Estimated,



TABLE 51
DEER TAG SALES



Year


Number sold


Year


Number sold


1927...


110,760
105,638
115,472
123,999
129,006
96,702
96,776
108,923
110,808
126,855
136,389
141,598
152,924
163.285
173,699


1942

1943

1944...

1945

1946


116,121


1928


147,795


1929


178 260


1930


214,662


1931


282 060


1932


1947

1948

1949


299,610


19.33


300,405


1934


309,829


19.35

1936


1950

1951

1952

1953

19.54

*1955


312,652
342 900


1937 . ...


.369,149


1938


370 938


1939


397,566


1940


410 205


1941











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TABLE 52
PHEASANT TAG SALES



* Fee increased from $1 to $2.

t Licenses on 18-niontii period. Fee increased 50 percent for period.

t Estimated.



Year


Number sold


Year


Number sold


1943


121,186
106,923
171,352
160,661
188,765


1962...


206,041


1944


1963


214 753


1949


1964


221,621
219,587


1950


1966


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