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Traditionally, April 9 is treated as the end of the main fishing season at the Far East, it is the Sea of Okhotsk Alaska pollock fishery.  This year season was fairy unusual in many aspects.  The main difference is that it has not ended yet. Of course, the fishery in the three main subzones ended according to the plan, but this year East Sakhalin pollock fishery was certified by MSC, and therefore those few who have a quota there continued to work, reports Megafishnet.

The initial forecast of the All-Russia Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography (VNIRO) is making positive projections for the forthcoming salmon season in Kamchatka while the harvest potential for the Sakhalin fisheries is seen as very poor, reports Megafishnet.com

 

Russia’s Federal Agency for Fishery (FAF) has invited fishermen to apply for quota shares for harvesting pelagic species in Morocco’s Atlantic Fishing Zone, reports Megafishnet.com.

 

In March 2021 a few Russian trawlers were targeting various species at East and West Greenland, NAFO regulatory area and in the Mauritanian EEZ, reports Megafishnet.com.

In March 2021 Russian fleets continued targeting herring, Northern blue whiting and black halibut in the Norwegian Sea, reports Megafishnet.com.

Barents Sea catch and quota progress in March 2021 / April 9, 2021 09:48, paid article

During the third month of 2021 Russian fleets operating in the Atlantic Ocean harvested 106,000 tonnes of fish, 17,600 tonnes up on February 2021, reports Megafishnet.com.

Iceland's Directorate of Fisheries Fiskistofa reports about total catches as registered in the national quota system.

From 25 different boats, 38,600 tonnes of blue whiting were reported last week, which is the second best week of the winter.

Russia’s Federal Agency for Fisheries (FAF), by Order No. 119 of March 19, 2021, made a decision “to hold an auction on May 12, 2021, for the sale of the right to conclude an agreement on securing the share of the quota for the extraction (catch) of aquatic biological resources provided by the Russian Federation in the areas of operation of international treaties of the Russian Federation in the field of fisheries and conservation of aquatic biological resources for commercial fishery and (or) coastal fishing”, reports Megafishnet.com

 

Russia’s Pollock Catchers Association (PCA) has successfully completed the process of extending the scope of the existing Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certificate for pollock fishery in the East Sakhalin subzone, reports Megafishnet.com

 

Iceland's Directorate of Fisheries Fiskistofa reports about total catches as registered in the national quota system.

Good blue whiting week by appointment came in place and horse mackerel along the west coast

Iceland's Directorate of Fisheries Fiskistofa reports about total catches as registered in the national quota system.

A week a little below the regular from the blue whiting field into the international zone with 29,500 tonnes in the record. This is divided into 23 catches from 300 - 1,950t, which gives an average of just under 1,300.

In first week of March the Russian Atlantic fisheries displayed mixed results in line with the earlier trends depending on the areas and species such as cod, haddock, snow crab, blue whiting etc., reports Megafishnet.com.

Iceland's Directorate of Fisheries Fiskistofa reports about total catches as registered in the national quota system.

The NVG herring fishery went towards the end of last week. The blue whiting fields also had a calmer fishing pace this week.

Baltic Sea catch and quota progress in February 2021 / March 10, 2021 15:53, paid article

Russian fleets were engaged in Baltic Sea pelagiс fishery as well as bottom trawl fishery for cod and haddock in February 2021, reports Megafishnet.com.

In February 2021 few Russian trawlers were targeting various species at East and West Greenland, NAFO regulatory area and in the Mauritanian EEZ, reports Megafishnet.com.

Construction of the factory freezer trawler BMRT “Magadan” has taken off for Pacific Fishery LLC (Tikhrybcom) at Tersan shipyard in Turkey, and it is hoped that in the future similar large-tonnage vessels will be built in Russia, reports Megafishnet.com.

In February 2021 Russian fleets continued targeting herring, Northern blue whiting and black halibut in the Norwegian Sea, reports Megafishnet.com.

Barents Sea catch and quota progress in February 2021 / March 9, 2021 17:24, paid article

During the second month of 2021 Russian fleets operating in the Atlantic Ocean harvested 88,400 tonnes of fish, 26,800 tonnes up on January 2021, reports Megafishnet.com.

The method developed by the scientists of St. Petersburg University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO) will allow converting waste obtained during the production of herring fillets into omega-3 and collagen. These substances can be used in the food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries, reports Megafishnet.com.

 

The most important fishery in Pacific Russia - Alaska pollock fishery in the Sea of Okhotsk - is under way.  Sixty days out of a hundred have passed, but fishing is slow.  Total APO catch was 399.3 thousand MT, 25% (129,400 MT) below 2020 result when it was 528,700 MT, reports Megafishnet.com.

Scientists from the All-Russian Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography VNIRO are going to use artificial intelligence and drones to simplify surveys of Pacific salmon stocks, reports Megafishnet.com.

Russian catch progress by early February 2021 / February 11, 2021 12:15, paid article

As of February 8, 2021 Russian fishermen harvested 451,250 metric tons of fish and other aquatic species. The year-on-year decline amounted to 62,490 tonnes or 12.2%, reports Megafishnet.com.

Russian pollock catch lagging further behind / February 11, 2021 12:12, paid article

As of February 7, 2021 Russia’s pollock catch totalled 216 thousand metric tons, thus showing a decline of 85.2 thousand tonnes year-on-year and accounting for 71.7% of the last year level, reports Megafishnet.com.

In early February 2021 the Russian fleets were harvesting cod, haddock and other species, reports Megafishnet.com.

Barents Sea catch and quota progress in January 2021 / February 5, 2021 16:43, paid article

During the first month of the year 2021 the Russian fleets operating in the Atlantic Ocean altogether harvested 61,600 tonnes of fish (72,000 tonnes in January 2020), reports Megafishnet.com.

Norwegian Sea catch and quota progress in January 2021 / February 5, 2021 16:40, paid article

In January 2021 the Russian fleets continued targeting herring, Northern blue whiting and black halibut in the Norwegian Sea, reports Megafishnet.com.

 



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