Harvest for sea cucumbers has been closed in all Districts. This concludes the 2019-20 season.
Harvest quotas and landings
The landings below include all reports received for the 2019-20 season and are unofficial.
|Sea Cucumber Harvest Area||2019-2020 State Quota Share||2019-2020 State Fishery Landings|
|San Juan Island - District 1||137,000 lbs||135,922 (CLOSED)|
|Strait of Juan de Fuca - District 2-1||64,000 lbs||63,495 (CLOSED)|
|Admiralty Inlet - District 2-2||26,954 lbs||27,487 (CLOSED)|
|Central Puget Sound - District 3||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|Hood Canal - District 4||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|South Puget Sound - District 5||15,000 lbs||14,696 (CLOSED)|
The following section of the Washington Administrative Code is repealed:
WAC 220-340-73000T Commercial sea cucumber fishery. (19-249)
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