The course of Fisheries as per week 23/2017

The sand eel quota is taken, - the best week this season for North Sea herring, - and still no mackerel up north. 

The course of Fisheries as per week 22/2017

High “speed” in North Sea herring fisheries, and another good week for sand eel.

Cancellation of waiting time after delivery of sandeel for meal- and oil purpose

The waiting period after unloading sandeel for meal and oil purpose, will be repealed from 03. June 2017.

Norges Sildesalgslag at the Aberdeen Skipper Expo

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

The course of Fisheries as per week 21/2017

This season’s best week for sand eel. The North Sea herring season well started, and good results for mackerel in the south.

Change in waiting period after unloading sandeel for meal- and oil purpose

For vessels fishing sandeel for meal- and oil purpose and have catches below 500 tones, there is only one-day waiting period after the delivery note has been signed. This applies from today, May 22nd, 2017. until further notice.

Regulation of Sandeel Fisheries

We refer to the previously issued message on the regulation of fishing for sandeel from Monday 15.05.17. after a fishing stoppage for a few days;

The course of the Fisheries as per week 20/2017

A good week for sand eel, the North Sea herring season has started - and significantly more penned-in mackerel at the southern coast

The course of Fisheries as per week 19/2017

A low volume of sand eel last week, caused by stop in operations, - and – this season’s very first catch of North Sea herring registered.

The course of Fisheries as per week 18/2017

Less sand eel  - and in general low activity last week. 

The course of Fisheries as per week 17/2017

Good catches of sand eel at the West Bank. 

The course of Fisheries as per week 16/2017

The sand eel season has started, while for the blue whiting fisheries west of St. Kilda, there are just small quotas left for the vessels. 

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