National marine police have caught Indonesian-Flagged Vietnamese fishing boats in Natuna, confirms a report.
Around half of the 4,570 boxes of white fish sold at he first fish markets of the week beginning December 20 at Peterhead Fish Market, Scotland’s premier fishing port were haddock, which like Cod and Monkfish attracted very strong demand from buyers despite transport problems caused by the severe snow conditions that hit Scotland.
Truro commercial fishermen are now looking for lucrative means of earning by setting oyster farms.
It would be difficult to catch red snapper offshore in future as they are extremely overfished.
Sport fishermen expressed grave concern whether they would be able to angle for halibut if allocations remain as they are.
Aotearoa Fisheries has announced to pay first dividend to its shareholders after six year, confirms a report.
New England commercial lobstermen are lining up for federal aid programme for their better upliftment.
Whitefish prices. Mainly for Cod were good at the beginning of last week as vessels began to tie up for the annual festive break after landing their last trips of the year. After over 7000 boxes were sold on Monday and Tuesday 13-14 of December the first two days of market at Peterhead Scotland’s premier fishing port.
This year, one of the most succesful trawls in the history of trawl making has its 20 year anniversary.
The University of Stirling is to host a major international shellfish conference ‘Shellfish, our undervalued resource’ in August 2011.