Objectives and main functions
The objectives of the Pacific Salmon Commission (PSC) are for each Party to conduct its fisheries and its salmon enhancement programs so as to prevent overfishing and provide for optimum production; and to provide for each Party to receive benefits equivalent to the production of salmon originating in its waters.
The PSC recommends fishery regimes (including the recommended total allowable catch) for the Parties, based on the Parties’ annual reports of their fishing activities.Area of competenceTransboundary rivers, and salmon-spawning rivers belonging to one Party, where the salmon are subject to capture by the other Party.
PSC area of competence - National waters, Inland watersSpecies and stocks coverageAll Pacific salmon stocks. The Commission also takes into account the conservation of steelhead trout, while fulfilling its functions. Members
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Web site: http://www.psc.org