The course of fishery as per week 26/2017
Still some North Sea herring, - the first catches of mackerel taken up north, some Atlanto Scandic herring – and some higher volumes for indirect consumption.
17.500 MT of blue whiting during the Easter week, - and some activity for mackerel to be penned in.
The activity has been performed in an area 35 n.m. south-west of St. Kilda along a depth of 500 m onward to 70 n.m. south of St. Kilda. As a total 14 catches were taken with volumes from 260 – 2.300 MT; totaling 17.490 MT. One catch was delivered in Killybegs, one in Skagen and the remaining in Norway.
From a waiting time for several days by the beginning of the period, it is now close to no waiting at all for delivery. The prices; mainly from NOK 1,37-1,39.
Two catches last week; one at Bømlo Island and one in Tysvær; altogether 4,5 MT. One of the catches (3,5 MT) was sold as fresh, while the other so far is not yet sold.
There will be an reduction in prices for raw materiale for fishmeal and fishoil from 19th of June 2017.
The sand eel quota is taken, - the best week this season for North Sea herring, - and still no mackerel up north.
High “speed” in North Sea herring fisheries, and another good week for sand eel.
The waiting period after unloading sandeel for meal and oil purpose, will be repealed from 03. June 2017.
This season’s best week for sand eel. The North Sea herring season well started, and good results for mackerel in the south.
Norges Sildesalgslag will be on hand at the Aberdeen Skipper Expo on may 26-27th, 2017. There will be a presentation of the company at 1:30 p.m. both days at the seminar area of the show