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The sand sole Public Deposited

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  • The sand sole (Psettichthys melanostictus) is one of the finest quality sole species harvested by Oregon trawlers. It commands a correspondingly high price in the market, second only to petrale sole. The sand sole gets its name for its known affinity for sandy, shallow stretches of the ocean floor. A majority of the total annual catch of sand sole by Oregon trawlers is made off the northern Oregon and southern Washington coasts. Since 1969 annual land­ings in Oregon have fluctuated from a low of 314,000 pounds (142 mt) in 1974 to a high of 848,000 pounds (385 mt) in 1976.
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