February 1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM The course of the Fisheries as per week 5/2014 Peak high registration of foreign mackerel, less activity for the Atlanto Scandic herring and the capelin is conspicuously absent both in the north and in the west. 1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM The course of the Fisheries as per week 6/2014 A lot of herring, but few vessels at Møre. Seasonal start for the capelin in the Barents Sea, but still nothing to be found at Iceland. From west there are deliveries of mackerel, while the vessels operating for blue whiting are hampered by strong winds. 1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM The course of the Fisheries as per week 7/2014 Far west the blue whiting season has started, another week with possible capelin catches at Iceland, no high participation for capelin in the Barents Sea, less mackerel from foreigners and just small volumes of Atlanto Scandic herring last week. These are the key notes summing up week no. 7. 1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM Japanese children just LOVE Norwegian mackerel - Please go on exporting your good mackerel to Japan, writes a Japanese boy in a letter to the Norwegian ambassador in Tokyo. The boy also asks for passing on this message to the Norwegian fishermen. 1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM Minimum price for Blue Whiting for consumption purposes Norges Sildesalgslag and Norwegian Seafood Federation have established the following minimum price for blue whiting for consumption purposes as from 20 February 2014: 1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM The course of the Fisheries as per week 8/2014 Far west the catching of blue whiting is good. At Iceland it paid off to "stay cool". Low activity for other types of fishing. 1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM FAO visits Norges Sildesalgslag FAO, FNs Subcomittee for Fish Trade, visited with Norges Sildesalgslag on Feb 27 and got an introduction about the fish auction system that Norges Sildesalgslag is running 365 days a year.