The quota for each sea cucumber management district has been reached, and are now all closed to harvest.
Harvest quotas and landings
The landings below include all reports received for the 2020-21 season and are unofficial.
|Sea Cucumber Harvest Area||2020-21 State Quota Share||2020-21 State Fishery Landings|
|San Juan Island - District 1||114,000 lbs||112,233 (CLOSED)|
|Strait of Juan de Fuca - District 2-1||64,000 lbs||64,056 (CLOSED)|
|Admiralty Inlet - District 2-2||31,278 lbs||29,829 (CLOSED)|
|Central Puget Sound - District 3||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|Hood Canal - District 4||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|South Puget Sound - District 5||15,000 lbs||16,356 (CLOSED)|
R E P E A L E R
The following section of the Washington Administrative Code is repealed:
WAC 220-340-73000W Commercial sea cucumber fishery. (20-184)
Closed areas pertain to the commercial sea cucumber fishery. In addition, see permanent WACs 220-302 and 220-303 for more information on Marine Preserves and Conservation Area closures. Legal descriptions of commercial sea cucumber harvest districts are found in WAC 220-340-730 Sea Cucumbers. Legal descriptions of commercial sea cucumber catch reporting areas can be found in WAC 220-301-040 Marine Fish-Shellfish Management and Catch Reporting Areas within Puget Sound.
- 220-340-030: Shellfish Harvest Logs
- 220-340-730: Permanent Sea Cucumber Fishing Regulations
- 220-305: Fish Rules of General Application
- 220-320: Shellfish - Definitions, Classifications and General Rules
- 220-353: General Commercial Fishery Rules
- 220-340-040: Sale of Commercially Caught Shellfish
- 220-352: Fish Receiving Tickets, Sales, Commercial Duties, and Recordkeeping