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Norges Sildesalgslag is an economic interest organisation for norwegian fishermen of pelagic species, and the leading marketplace for all first-hand sales of pelagic fish in the northeast Atlantic. NSS has a central role inside pelagic sector.

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\ 9/26/2016 \

The course of Fisheries as per week 38/2016

Intensive mackerel catching, remaining part of the Norwegian ocean sprat quota is taken, a Norwegian purse seiner got North Sea herring and a Danish vessel got sardines. More moderate catches by the fleet fishing for indirect consumption, - and finally, low results when it comes to coastal sprat.

\ 9/19/2016 \

The course of Fisheries as per week 37/2016

The mackerel catching in the Norwegian Sea is in progress.

\ 9/12/2016 \

The course of Fisheries as per week 36/2016

The mackerel season has started for open sea vessels, - and smaller vessels have started their season for coastal sprat.
Less North Sea herring from foreign vessels, - lower activity and fewer deliveries from vessels catching ocean sprat.  - Steady for vessels aiming for indirect consumption purposes.

\ 9/5/2016 \

The course of Fisheries as per week 35/2016

Foreigners came up with good results for North Sea herring. Mackerel catching mostly by smaller vessels. And - fairly good also when it comes to ocean sprat. 

\ 6/27/2016 \

The course of Fisheries as per week 25/2016

High activity resulted in a record for North Sea herring last week. But disappointing when it comes to mackerel up north, - better when it comes to Norway pout.

\ 5/30/2016 \

The course of Fisheries as per week 21/2016

Numerous vessels in operation, but the North Sea herring does not stick together - yet. Good results when it comes to mackerel in the south. 

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