This report summarizes harvest, effort, and management of commercial state-waters and parallel groundfish fisheries managed by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) in the Kodiak, Chignik, and South Alaska Peninsula areas during 2011. The principal state-waters fisheries include Pacific cod Gadus macrocephalus and black rockfish Sebastes melanops. Walleye pollock Theragra chalcogramma and Pacific cod are the dominant species harvested during parallel fisheries. The 2011 harvest of Pacific cod during state-waters fisheries totaled 42.41 million pounds from 275 vessels, for an estimated exvessel fishery value of $12.13 million. Black rockfish were predominantly harvested in the Kodiak Area. Kodiak black rockfish harvest totaled 124,900 pounds for an estimated exvessel value of approximately $49,000. During parallel fisheries, ADF&G adopts most seasons, bycatch limits, and allowable gear types established by the National Marine Fisheries Service for federal fisheries that occur in the adjacent exclusive economic zone.