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Wisconsin. State Conservation Committee (1915-27) / Biennial report of the State Conservation Commission of Wisconsin for the years 1915 and 1916
(1916)

Commercial fishing industry--Green Bay, Lake Michigan,   p. 157 PDF (200.6 KB)


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               BIENNIAL REPORT                           157
STATISTICS ON COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY
       LAKE MICHIGAN AND GREEN BAY.
                   YEAR-1915.
          Port                     I Pounds I Value
Kenosha.
Racine.
Milwaukee.
PortW  a shi gto ..........:.................................................
.....
Port Washington .......
Cedar Grove..
Oostburg (including Thiensville).    ..
Sheb  oygan .......................................................... ..
.... ........
Sanitowoc
Two Rivers.
Algom  a .. ................................................ ........................
Kewaunee.
Luexem barg
Sturgeon    ay & Sawyer...............................................
Ports above Sturgeon Bay.........................................
Brussels....      .                       .......
Suamico & Little Suamico.
Green  Bay  (City).................................................
De Pere.
Marinette and Peshtigo.............................................
Oconto........................
Pensaukee.
                  VARIETY
Whitefish.
Lake Trout.
Bluefin. .......
Chubs ..............
Ile rrin g  ........................................ ....   ..
Pike...                                 .  ..
Bass......................................
  B a s............................. ......................................................
P erch v   ....I...............?................
Rough   Fish.................................................
Crawfish (2,635,485)...............................................
     272,51
     328 34
   1,915,01
     505,37
     160,14
     91,97
     834,60
     104,95
     767,87
     333,12
     188,40.
     63,66
     708 ,97i
  2,725 ,47
    765 ,8L
  1,117,761
  3,186,551
    263 ,60t
  1,613,56:
  1 496,964
  1145,261
  18,590,071
    120,91t
  3,850,761
    730,372
  2,542,481
  5 530 ,3
    179,395
    14,854
  2 349,168
  3,271 815
......................
18,590,071
316,083.12
;31 792.57
102,094.80
  35,527.20
  6,623.90
  3,466.69
  54,524.88
  3,046.29
  44,373.40
  21,239.48
  7,602.74
  2 ,469.64
  26,038.00
  91,934.50
  30,171.74
  28 749.68
  73,508.06
  6,909.69
  37,671.89
  32,625.63
  23,415.52
$679,869.42
  10,561.98
  277,681.29
  15,043.72
  112 333.91
  96,943.66
  14,592.39
    593.49
 69,578.00
 73,329.12
 9,211.86
$679,869.42
Number of reports ....................................................................
 639
Number of men employed .       .......................................................
  1 249
Number of row boats, 292; value          .    .     .5,690.00
Number of power boats, 320; value     .    .     .154,878.00
Feet of gill net. 12.533,665; vale..      .                  228,449.50
Fyke nets, 1,469; value.                                       33,420.00
Pound nets, 330; value       .         .                     63,743.00
Trammel nets. 27; value          .      .       .820.00
Set hooks (feet), 2, 328,660; value.           .      .       7,145.75
Feet of seine, 36,640; value.            .     .              3,553.00
Number of crab nets, 975: value      .      .     .185.00
Number of tugs, 58; value        .      .     .180,400.00
Sail boats, 3; value                                             97.00
   Total                                                  S..           
   .678,381.25
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