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    Presentation on mackerel science and sustainability of pelagic fisheries

    https://www.spsg.co.uk/presentation-...gic-fisheries/

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    Investigation begins into fish quota transparency issues

    https://www.irishexaminer.com/breaki...es-924131.html

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    ICES mackerel advice doubled

    https://fiskerforum.com/ices-mackere...bled%e2%80%a8/


    ICES has reviewed its advice for the 2019 mackerel fishery and doubled its recommendation for the overall catch

    ICES has revised its advice for the mackerel fishery, with a figure more than double its original advice. In the light of its findings, the ICES recommendation goes from 318,000 tonnes to 770,000 tonnes.
    The Norwegian authorities had pushed hard for ICES to revisit its mackerel figures, concluding that the size of the stock had been significantly underestimated, and Norwegian vessel operators’ federation Fiskebåt is pleased with the decision to revise advice on the mackerel fishery.
    ‘The fishermen had always been certain that the ICES stock assessment has not been correct in recent years. So we are not surprised that ICES reconsidered its advice,’ said Fiskebåt’s director Audun Maråk.
    The immediate expectation is that the revision of ICES advice will enable the MSC to re-examine its certification of mackerel.
    The relevant coastal states are due to meet in London this month and mackerel will be in the agenda, and ahead of this ICES has arranged a workshop in Bremerhaven to discuss management of the mackerel fishery.
    According to Audun Maråk, increasing the overall quota will depend on the positions of the various fishing nations, and although the recommended quota is larger than the volume set by the EU, the Faroe Island and Norway, the overall 2019 catch can be expected to be greater than 800,000 tonnes.
    ‘This is because of the irresponsible and unreasonable behaviour of Iceland and Russia in particular,’ Audun Maråk said.

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    Forthcoming rule changes which will affect the fishing industry

    https://marinedevelopments.blog.gov....hing-industry/

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    NFFO : Fixed Quota Allocations and Sustainable Fishing

    http://nffo.org.uk/news/fixed-quota-...e-fishing.html

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    ICES proposes 2020 North Sea herring increase

    https://fiskerforum.com/ices-propose...ring-increase/


    ICES has advised a 44% increase in the 2020 North Sea herring TAC

    The proposal by ICES to recommend a 44% increase in the 2020 North Sea herring quota has been welcomed by Norwegian fishermen’s organisation Fiskebåt.

    ‘It’s surprising, but positive,’ said Fiskebåt managing director Audun Maråk.
    This year’s quota is set at 385,007 tonnes, while the recommendation had been for 291,000 tonnes. Now ICES is recommending that the 2020 quota should not exceed 418,649 tonnes, which is 44% up on the 2019 advice..
    According to ICES, the reason for the increase is a re-evaluation of the spawning stock, and that more older herring is caught than had been assumed, although the stock is still showing an overall downward trend due to poor recruitment.
    Audun Maråk commented that a better overview of the North Sea herring stock is needed.
    ‘Fluctuations of minus 60% for the current year and plus 44% for the next year, in combination with poor recruitment means that we have to question ICES’ expertise and methodology in providing advice for North Sea herring,’ he said.
    ‘Let’s hope that ICES is right and that the fishermen see more herring this year than they did last year.’

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    Brussels Takes Stock of Landing Obligation

    http://nffo.org.uk/news/brussels-tak...bligation.html

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    North Sea cod stocks fall to 'critical' level says Ices report

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-48798925

    Wonder if its the same analyst that did the Mackerel stock that's done this guesstimate....

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    NFFO : North Sea Cod - Disappointment

    http://nffo.org.uk/news/north-sea-co...pointment.html

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