. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME, 199 figures are those compiled by the Commercial Fisheries Department since 1916, to show the monthly landings of each species of fish in each district of the state. (For an analysis of the sardine seasons published in 1926, see Fish Bulletin No. 11, "The California Sardine," especially pages 24 and 28.) It will be seen (Fig. 58) that the average season at Monterey is from June through March of the

. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME, 199 figures are those compiled by the Commercial Fisheries Department since 1916, to show the monthly landings of each species of fish in each district of the state. (For an analysis of the sardine seasons published in 1926, see Fish Bulletin No. 11, "The California Sardine," especially pages 24 and 28.) It will be seen (Fig. 58) that the average season at Monterey is from June through March of the  Stock Photo
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. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME, 199 figures are those compiled by the Commercial Fisheries Department since 1916, to show the monthly landings of each species of fish in each district of the state. (For an analysis of the sardine seasons published in 1926, see Fish Bulletin No. 11, "The California Sardine, " especially pages 24 and 28.) It will be seen (Fig. 58) that the average season at Monterey is from June through March of the following calendar year with April and May the off months. At Los Angeles harbor the average season is from October through June with July, August and September as the Aioni-hly ^arcfine Caich as ^o of Annual C A^era^e for 10 Year Periool ) % JLA Afon^ dan /7.3 /2.V Fsb 23.9 7 .9 /^ar ZI.Z 2 .7 Apr a.i .2 /^ay 6.0 .3 sj un /.S / , 7 U/y ./ ^.Z Aug , o IH.S ^ep .1 /a.€ Oci- 1 .1 /y.a A/ov S.6 J2.S Dec /O./ 9.2 100.0 /00, 0. r J J. J i Fig. 58. Monthly sardine catches expressed as a percentage of the annual catch at each port. Percentages averaged for the ten-year period, 1918-1927. off months. It is also evident that the Los Angeles season is more con- centrated about February as the peak, w^hile the Monterey season is distributed between six big months with September as the peak. It is characteristic of the Monterey season that January is greater than December. The May pack of sardines at Los Angeles harbor for 1927 was con- sidered exceptional, but in past years May was an important month in tonnage received. In 1917 and 1919, May was the biggest month of the year, and in 1918 it was second only to April. During the twelve-. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. California. Dept. of Fish and Ga

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