How to Get Started
: Before users can use the eLandings system to report landing or
production report data, they must request authorization to use the
system and reserve a UserID and password. A UserID will be
activated after a signed registration form is submitted to:
NMFS/RAM eLandings Registration, PO Box 21668, Juneau, AK 99802,
: The eLandings system will allow registered users to submit
landing and production reports. Users can submit their landing and
production report data to all of the mandated agencies through a
series of eLandings web pages. Users can also import data in a
specified XML format via the eLandings web site.
No Internet Connection?
: eLandings will not be available from 4:00 - 4:15
a.m. daily due to routine maintenance.
Do not have access to the internet?
: A processor workstation is available to clients, like
catcher/processors, who are not connected to the internet. Please
or phone: (888) 443-5726 for more information.
Temporarily disconnected from the internet?
IFQ Landings (halibut, sablefish, or crab)
. Contact your local office of ADF&G for additional IFQ
interim eLandings booklets, as needed.
Non-IFQ landings (groundfish or shellfish):
and the interim eLandings report form if the internet is
temporarily unavailable. PLEASE: Keep several printed copies of
the NON-IFQ interim crab or groundfish eLandings report forms on
hand, so you have it when your internet connection is not
Salmon landings: Use the
interim eLandings salmon report form
if the internet is temporarily unavailable. PLEASE: Keep several
printed copies of the NON-IFQ interim salmon eLandings report
forms on hand, so you have it when your internet connection is not working!
eLandings is the Interagency Electronic Reporting System for
reporting commercial fishery landings in Alaska. eLandings is used
to report landings and/or production data for groundfish, IFQ/CDQ
halibut and sablefish, and IFQ/CDQ crab and Community of Adak
golden king crab. In the future, the system will include landings
for shellfish and salmon. This system is a collaborative effort of
the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the International Pacific
Halibut Commission, and the NOAA Fisheries.
Training scenarios are available for the various interfaces of the Interagency Electronic Reporting System (user id and password are provided with training exercises):