Welcome   Sponsored By
Subscribe | Register | Advertise | Newsletter | About us | Contact us
   


Photo : Daniel Katla / Norges Sildesalgslag

The Norwegian Pelagic Fishing Course in Week 46

Click on the flag for more information about Norway NORWAY
Tuesday, November 21, 2023, 01:00 (GMT + 9)

Herring are fished as far east as Alta, and positive sprat fishing in the Oslofjord.

NVG herring:

Many have finished their herring quota and this means that the weekly quantity is going down. Last week we had 24,000 tonnes registered. And it is the coastal group that contributes the most this week with 13,700 t, from the ring net we have 5,500 t and foreign boats contribute 4,800 t.

Of the coast's quantity, 5,300 t are fished by the smallest boats that deliver directly to the lead boat. Here, six different guide vessels have been operating in the fjords.

The boats fished at the very beginning of the week on Kvænangen, and then moved to Øksfjord in Loppa municipality. Later in the week, the fleet moved further east and into the Altafjorden. We haven't had herring fishing this far east since the herring population picked up again in the 80s, so the trend of the herring being further north and east is clearly shown.

The size of the herring in the north is in the range 279-312 grams, a weighed cut is 295 g.

Photo : Daniel Katla / Norges Sildesalgslag

This is a super size for filleting, and then for the best product, which is a skinless fillet.

Of the foreign quantity, a Faroese boat has had two catches with a total of 2,500 t from Icelandic waters. The herring here is larger and consists of older year classes, where the last catch had an average of 350 g. The herring is now moving east, and it is expected that it will enter Faroese waters before it then goes east into the Smutthavet or the Norwegian zone.

There are now only 21,300 t left of the quota of 388,490 t, and this will normally be fished in a good week. We therefore expect little herring fishing in December.

Mackerel:

We got the autumn's lowest quantity of mackerel at around 1,800 tonnes. Apart from some coincidences from Norwegian boats, this is a contribution from two foreign boats that have fished 1,700 t east of Shetland.

Little mackerel is expected in the future.

North Sea herring:

A number of boats have been out fishing the remaining quota of North Sea herring and a total of 2,800 tonnes were caught last week. Of this quantity, 2,000 t have been sold for consumption.

The fishing has mainly taken place in the British zone, and there have been variable sizes of the herring. The lowest average has been 110 g and the highest with an average weight of 191 g.

The quota is, so to speak, taken with a remainder of a modest 3,300 t out of a quota of 117,171 t.

Coastal sprat:

There was more speed in sprat fishing on the coast, and especially in the Oslo Fjord. Of a total quantity of 316 t, almost 280 t are taken from there. The remainder is fished in the Sognefjord.

The splash in the Oslo Fjord is, as usual, larger than in the west. The sizes here are in the range 60 - 83 pcs/kg, which is then suitable for seasoning.

From Sogn, it is sprinkling for canning, with sizes in the area of ​​95 pcs/kg.

We have seen in recent years that sprat fishing has been best in late autumn and early winter, so we can hope for good sprat weeks ahead.

Horse mackerel:

 

This fishery has also picked up in the fjords in Rogaland and Vestland. From five different boats, 120 tonnes of large horse mackerel have been fished, where the sizes vary from 400 to 550 g.

Fishing on "Kanten" and the Faroe Islands zone:

Last week, from six different boats, we registered 2,100 t of blue whiting, 415 t of stream herring, and around 60 t of norway pout.

A couple of boats have been fishing for cod in Faroe waters, and on Sunday evening "Endre Dyrøy" reported 900 t from there.

Author/ Source: Kenneth Garvik / Norges Sildesalgslag (translated from original in norwegian)

[email protected]
www.seafood.media


 Print


Click to know how to advertise in FIS
MORE NEWS
Sri Lanka
Jun 25, 07:00 (GMT + 9):
Blue finance: Why investing in responsible aquaculture is good for the people and planet
Russian Federation
Jun 25, 07:00 (GMT + 9):
Rosrybolovstvo Considers Reducing Pollock Catch Quota for 2025
Viet Nam
Jun 25, 07:00 (GMT + 9):
Vietnamese Pangasius Exports to Russia After Two Years of War
Norway
Jun 25, 06:50 (GMT + 9):
The Norwegian Pelagic Fishing Course in Week 25
Worldwide
Jun 25, 02:00 (GMT + 9):
Moving towards holistic assessments of aquaculture feed: IFFO comments on a new major review
Norway
Jun 25, 01:10 (GMT + 9):
Dramatic quota advice with the lowest cod quota in over 20 years
Italy
Jun 25, 01:00 (GMT + 9):
Peru Presented Results of Sanitary Measures Implementation for Hydrobiological Resources Like Tilapia and Trout
Argentina
Jun 25, 01:00 (GMT + 9):
Puerto Deseado Records 50,000 Tons of Fish Landings
Russian Federation
Jun 25, 01:00 (GMT + 9):
China was named a promising country for increasing Russian shrimp exports
Japan
Jun 24, 23:10 (GMT + 9):
IN BRIEF - Mr. Mitani becomes president of Toyo Reizo
Japan
Jun 24, 16:00 (GMT + 9):
Fall salmon migration forecast drops 25% to record low
Tunisia
Jun 24, 16:00 (GMT + 9):
IN BRIEF - Trade balance in fishery products in surplus at TND 156.2 end of April 2024
Netherlands
Jun 24, 06:00 (GMT + 9):
Urk Seafood focuses on the international market
Peru
Jun 24, 02:00 (GMT + 9):
Fishing sector welcomes government announcement to combat illegal fishing by foreign vessels in national territory
Denmark
Jun 24, 01:00 (GMT + 9):
Beneath offshore wind turbines, researchers grow seafood and seaweed



Lenguaje
FEATURED EVENTS
  
TOP STORIES
Southeast Pacific Squid Index: Giant squid (dosidicus gigas)
China In order to continuously enhance the ability to control squid resources and price influence, and conduct more accurate resource assessment and forecasting, the China Ocean Fisheries Association&n...
Fishing Sector Calls for Essential Collaboration Between Governments and NGOs to Tackle the Challenge of Feeding a Growing Global Population
Worldwide The fishing sector has appealed to the need to collaborate and work with governments and environmental NGOs if we want to guarantee the feeding of an estimated world population of 9.8 billion people i...
'Maritime Congress-Far East' - Russian Fishery Company as a driver for the development of the fishing industry in the Far East
Russia Fed. The Russian Fisheries Company (RRPC) took part in the “Maritime Congress - Far East”, which brought together more than 1,200 delegates from different countries in Vladivostok. One of the world lea...
Excellent Shrimp Catches
Argentina The vessels are distributed in three subareas located one in the center, another in the south and another in the north of the closed season. In all of them, the performances are excellent and with the...
 

Maruha Nichiro Corporation
Nichirei Corporation - Headquarters
Pesquera El Golfo S.A.
Ventisqueros - Productos del Mar Ventisqueros S.A
Wärtsilä Corporation - Wartsila Group Headquarters
ITOCHU Corporation - Headquarters
BAADER - Nordischer Maschinenbau Rud. Baader GmbH+Co.KG (Head Office)
Inmarsat plc - Global Headquarters
Marks & Spencer
Tesco PLC (Supermarket) - Headquarters
Sea Harvest Corporation (PTY) Ltd. - Group Headquarters
I&J - Irvin & Johnson Holding Company (Pty) Ltd.
AquaChile S.A. - Group Headquarters
Pesquera San Jose S.A.
Nutreco N.V. - Head Office
CNFC China National Fisheries Corporation - Group Headquarters
W. van der Zwan & Zn. B.V.
SMMI - Sunderland Marine Mutual Insurance Co., Ltd. - Headquarters
Icicle Seafoods, Inc
Starkist Seafood Co. - Headquearters
Trident Seafoods Corp.
American Seafoods Group LLC - Head Office
Marel - Group Headquarters
SalMar ASA - Group Headquarters
Sajo Industries Co., Ltd
Hansung Enterprise Co.,Ltd.
BIM - Irish Sea Fisheries Board (An Bord Iascaigh Mhara)
CEFAS - Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science
COPEINCA ASA - Corporacion Pesquera Inca S.A.C.
Chun Cheng Fishery Enterprise Pte Ltd.
VASEP - Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters & Producers
Gomes da Costa
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. (Headquarters)
NISSUI - Nippon Suisan Kaisha, Ltd. - Group Headquarters
FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization - Fisheries and Aquaculture Department (Headquarter)
Hagoromo Foods Co., Ltd.
Koden Electronics Co., Ltd. (Headquarters)
A.P. Møller - Maersk A/S - Headquarters
BVQI - Bureau Veritas Quality International (Head Office)
UPS - United Parcel Service, Inc. - Headquarters
Brim ehf (formerly HB Grandi Ltd) - Headquarters
Hamburg Süd Group - (Headquearters)
Armadora Pereira S.A. - Grupo Pereira Headquarters
Costa Meeresspezialitäten GmbH & Co. KG
NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Headquarters)
Mowi ASA (formerly Marine Harvest ASA) - Headquarters
Marubeni Europe Plc -UK-
Findus Ltd
Icom Inc. (Headquarter)
WWF Centroamerica
Oceana Group Limited
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Ajinomoto Co., Inc. - Headquarters
Friosur S.A. - Headquarters
Cargill, Incorporated - Global Headquarters
Benihana Inc.
Leardini Pescados Ltda
CJ Corporation  - Group Headquarters
Greenpeace International - The Netherlands | Headquarters
David Suzuki Foundation
Fisheries and Oceans Canada -Communications Branch-
Mitsui & Co.,Ltd - Headquarters
NOREBO Group (former Ocean Trawlers Group)
Natori Co., Ltd.
Carrefour Supermarket - Headquarters
FedEx Corporation - Headquarters
Cooke Inc. - Group Headquarters
AKBM - Aker BioMarine ASA
Seafood Choices Alliance -Headquarter-
Austevoll Seafood ASA
Walmart | Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (Supermarket) - Headquarters
New Japan Radio Co.Ltd (JRC) -Head Office-
Gulfstream JSC
Marine Stewardship Council - MSC Worldwide Headquarters
Royal Dutch Shell plc (Headquarter)
Genki Sushi Co.,Ltd -Headquarter-
Iceland Pelagic ehf
AXA Assistance Argentina S.A.
Caterpillar Inc. - Headquarters
Tiger Brands Limited
SeaChoice
National Geographic Society
AmazonFresh, LLC - AmazonFresh

Copyright 1995 - 2024 Seafood Media Group Ltd.| All Rights Reserved.   DISCLAIMER