An Economic Assessment of Marine Recreational Fishing in Southern California

An Economic Assessment of Marine Recreational Fishing in Southern California

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: multiple
Sample Value Estimates:
CS per day for shoreline recreational fishing activity between Point Conception and the Mexican border
  1. $44.33 / trip: for chater boats catching Pacific Mackerel, Kelp Bass and Rockfish
  2. $24.33 - $43.34 / trip: for charter boat owners
  3. $29.55 / day: for non-owner charter boats
  4. $14.78 / day: for private boat rentals
  5. $59.10 / day: for shore fishing
  6. $35.30 / day: for all residents and non-residents
  7. $29.10 / day: for private boats for boat owners (h) for private boats for non-boat owners CS per day for shoreline recreational fishing activity between Point Conception and the Mexican border
  8. $16.21 / day: for boat owners
  9. $29.57 / day: for non boat owners
Methodology: travel cost and contingent valuation
Region: Americas / Pacific
Data source: National Ocean Economics Program

Publication information

Wegge, T.C. Hanneman, W.M.Strand, I.E. “An Economic Assessment of Marine Recreational Fishing in Southern California” National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), 1986

Addtional Notes

http://swfsc.noaa.gov/publications/TM/SWR/NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWR-015.PDF

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