Dynamics of Russian quotas and catches in the Barents Sea in 2005-2007

March 6, 2007 16:06
 

Russian quotas in the North Atlantic in 2005-2007, ‘000 metric tons

Russian harvest in 2006, ‘000 metric tons

Best  fishing periods as to the fish size and quality

2005

2006

2007

Barents Sea

Cod

213.70

207.70*

187.50*

201.7

I-II quarters - Norwegian EEZ. III-IV quarters - Bear-Spitsbergen, Grey zone, Loophole, Russian EEZ.

Haddock

51.30

54.80

64.25**

53.6

Saithe

In the Norwegian EEZ -10.0 (saithe bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, limited to 49 % per haul). In the Russian EEZ - 3.0 (saithe bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, limited to 49 % per haul)

In the Norwegian EEZ -10.0 (saithe bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, limited to 49 % per haul). Saithe bycatch in herring fishery is limited to 5 % per haul. In the Russian EEZ - 3.0 (saithe bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, limited to 49 % per haul)

In the Norwegian EEZ -15.0 (saithe bycatch from cod and haddock fishery, limited to 49 % per haul).  Saithe bycatch in herring fishery is limited to 5 % per haul. In the Russian EEZ 10.0 - direct fishery. Saithe bycatch in cod and haddock fishery - 49 %.

9.6

I-II quarters - Norwegian EEZ (saithe bycatch in cod and haddock fishery - up to 49%, in herring fishery - 5 %). III-IV quarters - Grey Zone, Russian EEZ.

Black halibut

Direct fishery is prohibited. Only as bycatch and for research purposes (experimental fishery). In the Norwegian EEZ and in the Bear-Spitsbergen area halibut bycatch in cod and haddock fishery is allowed at up to 12% per haul and 7% of the onboard catch  when the fishery is closing and of the catch landed.

Direct fishery is prohibited. Only as bycatch and for research purposes (experimental fishery). In the Norwegian EEZ and in the Bear-Spitsbergen area halibut bycatch in cod and haddock fishery is allowed at up to 12% per haul and 7% of the onboard catch  when the fishery is closing and of the catch landed.

Direct fishery is prohibited. Only as bycatch and for research purposes (experimental fishery). In the Norwegian EEZ and in the Bear-Spitsbergen area halibut bycatch in cod and haddock fishery is allowed at up to 12% per haul and 7% of the onboard catch when the fishery is closing and of the catch landed.

4.8

Bycatch in cod and haddock fishery - Spitsbergen, Norwegian EEZ (up to 12 % per haul and up to 7% of the onboard catch  when the fishery is closing and of the catch landed.

Ocean perch (Sebastes mentella)

Direct fishery is prohibited. In the Norwegian EEZ -2.0 (inevitable bycatch limited to 15 % per haul). In the Russian EEZ - ocean perch bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, limited to 49 %.

Direct fishery is prohibited. In the Norwegian EEZ -2.0 (inevitable bycatch limited to 15 % per haul). In the Russian EEZ - ocean perch bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, limited to 49 %.

Direct fishery is prohibited. In the Norwegian EEZ -2.0 (inevitable bycatch limited to 15 % per haul). In the Russian EEZ - ocean perch bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, limited to 49 %.

2.7

I-IV quarters - bycatch in cod and haddock fishery. In the Norwegian EEZ, Bear-Spitsbergen - up to 15 % per haul. In the Russian EEZ - 49 %.

Plaice

In the Russian EEZ - 5.4.

In the Russian EEZ - 5.5.

In the Russian EEZ - 5.6.

1.0

I, III-IV quarters  - territorial sea of the Russian Federation. In the southern part  of the Russian EEZ - bycatch up to 49 % in cod and haddock fishery.

Sea cats

In the Norwegian EEZ - 2.0 (direct fishery and bycatch). In the Russian EEZ - bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, up to 49 %.

In the Norwegian EEZ - 2.0 (direct fishery and bycatch). In the Russian EEZ - bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, up to 49 %.

In the Norwegian EEZ - 2.0 (direct fishery and bycatch). In the Russian EEZ - bycatch in cod and haddock fishery, up to 49 %.

10.0

I-II quarters - Norwegian EEZ.  III-IV quarters  - Bear-Spitsbergen area, Grey Zone, Loophole, Russian EEZ.

Shrimp

The shrimp fishery in the international waters is not quota-regulated.

The shrimp fishery in the international waters is not quota-regulated.

The shrimp fishery in the international waters is not quota-regulated.

0.0

II-III quarters - Bear-Spitsbergen area, north of the Grey Zone, Loophole, Russian EEZ.

Red king crab

In the Russian EEZ - 1.4 million crabs

In the Russian EEZ - 3.65 million crabs (14,600 tonnes).

In the Russian EEZ - 3.18 million crabs (12,700 tonnes). Of which 450,000 crabs (1800 tonnes) in the territorial sea of the Russian Federation

3.3775 million crabs (13,510 metric tons)

I quarter, September-December. In the southern part of the Russian EEZ and in the territorial sea of the Russian Federation.

Icelandic scallops

In the Russian EEZ - 5.3.

In the Russian EEZ - 0.9.

In the Russian EEZ - 4.1.

0.9

I-IV quarters. Southern part of the Russian EEZ, territorial sea of the Russian Federation.

Capelin

Direct fishery is prohibited.

Direct fishery is prohibited.

Direct fishery is prohibited. Experimental fishery - 2.0.

0.0

Experimental fishery I quarter - Russian EEZ, territorial sea of the Russian Federation, Norwegian EEZ, IV quarter - Bear-Spitsbergen area, Loophole.

Polar cod Boreogadus saida

In the Russian EEZ- 45.0.

In the Russian EEZ- 45.0.

In the Russian EEZ - 70.0.

16.6

IV quarter - Russian EEZ along the western coast of New land Islands.

*Including 7000 tonnes which can be harvested for research and stock management purposes.

Additional amount of up to 1000 tonnes of Murmansk inshore cod can be harvested for research and stock management purposes by longline and pole and line gear (jigging machines) in the inshore zone.

**Additional amount of up to 2800 tonnes of haddock can be harvested for research and stock management purposes.

Note: The table is compiled from the data of NCMС National Vessel Tracking Centre.

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