The 19th summer trawl survey of hoki, hake, ling, and associated species in the Sub-Antarctic was carried out from 24 November to 23 December 2020. Seventy-three of 83 planned phase one stations were completed. All strata were surveyed. There was insufficient time to carry out phase two. When compared with the previous survey in 2018, core biomass estimates were up 22% for hoki (37 851 t, CV 12.3%), up by 5% for ling (22 343 t, CV 12.4%), and down by 3% for hake (1310 t, CV 23.2%).
FAR 2022/08 Trawl survey of hoki and middle depth species in the Southland and Sub-Antarctic, November–December 2020 (TAN2014)
Report - Fisheries Assessment Report (FAR)