Technical Report

 

The starry flounder Public Deposited

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  • Starry flounder are one of the most widely distributed flounders, occurring from southern California northward along the North American coast to the Aleutian Islands and southward to Korea and Japan. The starry flounder has made a consistent contribution to the Oregon trawl fishery since its inception with a peak of 1.7 million pounds (771 metric tons) landed in 1976. They are also taken as an incidental fish in the Columbia River salmon gillnet fishery (525,000 lbs [238 m.t.] in 1973) and are a very important recreational species in the estuaries and off ocean bay jetties.
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