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Commercial Fishing & Seafood Industry Contacts - Guam



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Commercial Fishing, Seafood, Aquaculture, Marine & Oceans in Guam


Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission - Commission for the Conservation and Management  of Highly Migratory Fish Stocks in the  Western and Central Pacific Ocean


Under Executive Order 79-6, Governor Paul M. Calvo established the Guam Marine Fisheries Advisory Council (G-TAC) and charged it with the responsibility of preparing a Fishery Development and Management Plan for the Territory. This plan will ultimately be integrated into the Comprehensive Economic Development Plan, currently being prepared under the auspices of the Guam Department of Commerce. The Fishery Development and management Plan will also become an integral part of efforts by the Pacific Basin Development Council (PBDC) to develop fisheries in the U. S. Pacific Islands. Funds are presently being earmarked by the Department of Commerce, NOAA, and NMFS to enable PBDC to incorporate the fisheries development plans of all island members into an Overall Pacific Fishery Development Plan.

Guam Department of Commerce

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
National Marine Fisheries Service
P.O. Box 3238
Agana, Guam 96910


Guam Chamber of Commerce

Guam's Small-Boat-based Fisheries - Nearly 900 finfish species and a similar number of macroinvertebrate species inhabit the waters surrounding Guam. Approximately one-third of the species of finfishes and a smaller contingent of the invertebrates are utilized in the subsistence or commercial fisheries. Guam's exploited fisheries resources can be divided into the following five major groups based on biology and harvest method: Marine invertebrates, reef fishes, bottomfishes, pelagic fishes, and bigeye scad.


Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association. Our Association includes Hotels, Restaurants, Entertainment Venues and many Allied Members that supports the Hospitality Industry.


Micronesia Business Directory - is an online directory of businesses in Micronesia, and especially in Chuuk, CNMI, Guam, Kosrae, Palau, RMI, and Yap. The directory is great for consumers who are looking for services and products. It is also wonderful for businesses who aim to develop better B2C and B2B engagements. We encourage businesses in Micronesia to list their business in the directory. The Micronesia Business Directory is managed by The University of Guam Pacific Islands Small Business Development Center Network (PISBDCN).



Commercial Fishery Species in Guam:
Mahi Mahi
Yellowfin Tuna,
Blue Marlin

Big Eye Scad (local name atulai) - bigeye scad are the single most important inshore species in terms of annual landings

Carcharhinidae (Requiem sharks)
Holocentridae (Squirrelfishes)
Serranidae (Groupers)
Carangidae (Jacks)
Lutjanidae (Snappers)
Haemulidae (Sweetlips)
Lethrinidae (Emperors)
Mullidae (Goattishes)
Kyphosidae (Rudderfishes)
Mugilidae (Mullets)
Labridae (Wrasses)
Scaridae (Parrottishes)
Acanthuridae (Surgeonfishes)

Trochus niloticus (Topshell)
Tridacna maxima (Giant clam)
Octopus spp. (Octopus)
Panulirus spp. (Spiny lobsters)


Ocean Health Index Guam - The Ocean Health Index is a valuable tool for the ongoing assessment of ocean health. By providing a means to advance comprehensive ocean policy and compare future progress, the Index can inform decisions about how to use or protect marine ecosystems. The Index is a collaborative effort, made possible through contributions from more than 65 scientists/ocean experts and partnerships between organizations including the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Sea Around Us, Conservation International, National Geographic, and the New England Aquarium. Information for Guam

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