seaLandings consolidated report for catcher processors

Creating a Consolidated Report

The Consolidated report is a tool used by catcher processors that allows them to create landing reports populated with production report data over the length of a fishing trip. This tool is not to be used by motherships.

Note: In order for this tool to work, the user has to have at least one production report already entered in seaLandings. Before you being please make sure you have completed at least one production report. 

Double-click on your seaLandings icons to start the program.

Enter your user ID and password. If you're using the training environment of seaLandings, enter the following:

User ID: splankton
Password: S_plankton


Go to File...New. Choose the Chum Bucket and select Consolidated as Type of Report.

Enter the following data range for which your consolidated report, 3/01/2020 - 03/08/2020. Click OK.

Enter the following fishing crew size of State-licensed workers and number of observers. Highlight the row of management program listed and click on the Enter CFEC Permit button, or double-click on any field in that row.

Enter the following CFEC permit:

FisheryPermitYear Seq:
M7FG00151O2001E


Then click OK

When you have entered permits for the management program listed, click OK.

Verify the information entered on the Vessel/Location/Status tab. Enter the number of days fished. Click on the Permits & Pounds tab.

Verify the information entered on the Permits & Pounds tab. Notice the catch has been apportioned to the stat areas based on percentages you entered on your production report.

(NOTE:  To make changes to an itemized catch, highlight that row and click Open. If you make any changes to itemized catch lines, the same changes will not be made automatically to your production report. You'll want to make the same changes to your production report manually.)

  

You can view the fish ticket by highlighting any field in the Permits section, and clicking on the Fish Ticket button.   To view a summary of your landing report, you can also click on the Summary tab.

  

Save your report by going to File...Save.


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