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

March 6, 2007 16:11

Russian quotas in the North Atlantic in 2005-2007, ‘000 metric tons (Norwegian Sea and international waters to the west of the British Isles)

Russian catch in 2006

Best  fishing periods

2005

2006

2007

Norwegian spring-spawning herring

121.218

118.2

164.096

115.0

1) Last ten days of January-early March (up through abundant spawning) - Norwegian EEZ; 2) August - Loophole of the Norwegian Sea; 3) September-October - Bear-Spitsbergen area, Norwegian EEZ

Blue whiting

Faeroese fishing zone - 160.0. Norwegian EEZ - 50.0. In the international waters of the Norwegian Sea and to the west of the British Isles the fishery is not quota-regulated.

Faeroese fishing zone - 160.0. Norwegian EEZ - 50.0. In the international waters of the Norwegian Sea and to the west of the British Isles the fishery is not quota-regulated.

Faeroese fishing zone - 140.0. NEAFC (open part of the Norwegian Sea and the area to the west of the Irish zone) - 137.0. Norwegian EEZ - 32.145. Total - 309.145.

322.6

1) January-February - Faeroese fishing  zone; 2)  February-March - international waters to the west of the British Isles; 3) April-June - Faeroese fishing zone; 4) July-November - Loophole of the Norwegian Sea, Bear-Spitsbergen area, Norwegian EEZ; 5) November-December - Faeroese fishing zone.

Mackerel

Faeroese fishing zone - 7.5. Loophole of the Norwegian Sea - 31.0 (unilateral decision).

Faeroese fishing zone - 7.5. Loophole of the Norwegian Sea - 24.476

Faeroese fishing zone - 7.5. Loophole of the Norwegian Sea - 24.476

Faeroese fishing zone - 8.7. In the international waters - 26.25.

Faeroese fishing zone - June, August-September. Loophole of the Norwegian Sea - June-August.

Haddock of the Rockall Bank (international waters)

Not regulated by quotas

Not regulated by quotas

Not regulated by quotas

1.9

Second half of March-May

Sea gurnard trigla

Not regulated by quotas

Not regulated by quotas

Not regulated by quotas

0.2

July-September

Deepwater species of the Faeroese -Hatton area (rock grenadier, silver smelt, blue ling, slickhead, etc.)

1) In the international waters the fishery is not regulated; 2) In the Faeroese fishing zone five Russian vessels can conduct experimental fishery at the depths of more than 700 meters subject to the number of fishing vessels does not exceed 3 ships at one time.

1) In the international waters the fishery is not regulated; 2) In the Faeroese fishing zone five Russian vessels can conduct experimental fishery at the depths of more than 700 meters subject to the number of fishing vessels does not exceed 3 ships at one time.

1) In the international waters the fishery is not regulated. NEAFC recommendations - the number of fishing vessels should not exceed 65% of maximum number in the previous years; 2) In the Faeroese fishing zone five Russian vessels can conduct experimental fishery at the depths of more than 700 meters subject to the number of fishing vessels does not exceed 3 ships at one time.

0.3

March-September

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