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Council approves cut in halibut bycatch

...bycatch offered a better path toward more meaningful bycatch reductions. Roy Hyder of Oregon, and Bill Tweit and John Henderschedt of Washington were the council members who said they didn't like the final action but were compelled to vote for...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-06-09/council-approves-cut-in-halibut-byca
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Feds talk fish: Council keeps Gulf chinook restrictions on fast track

...100 feet. The potential contention over area allocations flared momentarily in deliberations when council member John Henderschedt of Washington state moved that council staff drop two outlier years when calculating average bycatch rates. The...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/021511/new_786029776.shtml
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Pollock season under way, quota a concern

...four-member Pacific Northwest delegation, which typically votes as a block, was split evenly with Bill Tweit and John Henderschedt of Washington favoring a quota of 1.2 million metric tons while Dave Benson of Washington and Roy Hyder of Oregon...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-02-11/pollock-season-under-way-quota-a-con
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Halibut charter, bycatch issues get more time

...already low discard mortality rate for the C-P hook-and-line sector. Another amendment to Hull's motion from John Henderschedt of Seattle would add discussion of the benefits and impacts of modifying both seasonal and fishery complex apportionment...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-10-06/halibut-charter-bycatch-issues-get-m
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North Pacific council working on chinook bycatch protection

...addition to looking at apportioning based on historic prohibited species catch. During discussion, council member John Henderschedt questioned the method of dividing a prohibited species cap amongst sectors, rather than calculating everyone's...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-12-15/north-pacific-council-works-on-chino
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