Digital technology combatting IUU fishing

Thai Union and Mars Petcare are utilising digital traceability and e-logbooks as part of the fight against IUU fishing, with a pilot project implemented last year in Thailand in which fishing vessels were fitted with Fleet One terminals.

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Crew plead guilty – boat destroyed

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A fishing boat has been destroyed by the Australian authorities at a secure facility in Darwin, after its skipper and one crewman were convicted earlier in August of illegal fishing in Australian waters.

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First vessels IUU listed by SIOFA

The newest operational Regional Fisheries Management Organisation, the Southern Indian Ocean Fisheries Agreement, one of the newest operational RFMOs, which covers species other than tuna in the Indian Ocean, has adopted its first IUU vessel list.

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Salmon nets seized in Donegal

Inland Fisheries Ireland has seized 26 untagged salmon in the Glenties area in Donegal and 1100 yards of illegal salmon drift nets off Inishbeg Island. The seizures were secured by Inland Fisheries Ireland’s Fisheries Officers who are based in Donegal.

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Combined IUU vessel list to tackle illegal fishing

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Trygg Mat Tracking (TMT) has launched a new combined IUU vessel list website, with new functions and richer data, to give users even better access to regularly updated, high quality information on IUU-listed fishing vessels.

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