Category Archives: Catching News

Tuesday, September 18, fish prices from Peterhead market

Tuesday, September 18, fish prices from Peterhead market

PETERHEAD FISH MARKET PRICES Tuesday 18.09.2018 Boats 4 Consignments 12 Boxes 2109 Cod Large £3.50 – £5.00 Cod Medium £3.50 – £3.80 Cod Selected £2.50 – £2.90 Cod Small £2.00- £2.60 Haddock Large £3.00 – £3.25 Haddock Medium £2.80 – £3.25 Haddock Selected £3.00 – £3.25 Seed £2.60 – £3.00 Chippers £1.80 – £2.40 MetrosContinue Reading

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Monday, September 17, fish prices from Lerwick market

Monday, September 17, fish prices from Lerwick market

FISH MARKET PRICES SHETLAND WEEK 38 Monday 17th September 2018 17 BOATS LANDED 1990 BOXES Alison Kay, Guardian Angell, Copious, Devotion, Prolific, Tranquility, Radiant Star, Kestrel, Delta Dawn, Daybreak, Shalimar, Sprightly, Olivia Rose, Dawn Mist, Avrella, Aspire, Boy Adrian SPECIES GRADE VOLUME MAXIMUM AVERAGE kgs PRICE PRICE £ per kg £ per kg CATS 168Continue Reading

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Monday, September 17, fish prices from Peterhead market

Monday, September 17, fish prices from Peterhead market

PETERHEAD FISH MARKET PRICES Monday 17.09.2018 Boats 6 Consignments 13 Boxes 5340 Cod Large £3.50 – £4.30 Cod Medium £3.20 – £3.20 Cod Selected £2.50 – £2.50 Cod Small £1.75- £2.00 Haddock Large £2.60 – £2.90 Haddock Medium £2.60 – £2.90 Haddock Selected £2.60 – £2.90 Seed £2.20 – £2.50 Chippers £1.80 – £2.50 MetrosContinue Reading

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Iceland fishing revenues down

Iceland fishing revenues down

REVENUES from catches by Iceland’s fishing fleet fell by more than 17 per cent last year despite higher volumes, says the government body Statistics Iceland. No explanation is given but the three month long strike by the country’s deep sea fishermen, which stretched into January and February 2017, will have had some negative impact onContinue Reading

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Samherji unveils £103m profits

Samherji unveils £103m profits

SAMHERJI, Iceland’s largest fishing and fish processing company, has unveiled pre-tax profits of 14.4 billion kroners (£103 million) for last year. The figure is slightly up on the previous year. Samherji has been investing heavily during the past few months, buying up a large UK fish distributor and a stake in the shipping company andContinue Reading

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Fish Update Briefing, Friday, September 14

Fish Update Briefing, Friday, September 14

SEAFOOD TRADER ACCUSED OF CRAB SMUGGLING A NORWEGIAN seafood trader has been charged with selling 24 tonnes of king crab worth 3.4 million kroner without recording the transaction with the authorities. Fishery officials, who are cracking down on illegal fish sales, are worried that large amounts of seafood are being exported without documentation. They sayContinue Reading

Thursday, September 13, fish prices from Peterhead market

Thursday, September 13, fish prices from Peterhead market

PETERHEAD FISH MARKET PRICES Wed 12.09.2018 Boats 11 Consignments 0 Boxes 5779 Cod Large £3.00 – £4.30 Cod Medium £2.40 – £2.80 Cod Selected £2.00 – £2.40 Cod Small £1.25 – £2.00 Haddock Large £1.50 – £1.75 Haddock Medium £1.25 – £1.75 Haddock Selected 90p – £1.75 Seed £1.00 – £1.30 Chippers 90p – £1.25Continue Reading

Fish deal with UK ‘vital to Norway’

Fish deal with UK ‘vital to Norway’

NORWAY’S new fisheries minister spoke of the importance of securing a good post Brexit deal with Britain after key talks in London yesterday with his UK opposite number. Harald Tom Nesvik (pictured) discussed Brexit and how it will affect Norway’s fishing and aquaculture industries with fisheries minister George Eustice. The UK is one of Norway’sContinue Reading

King crab wears export crown

King crab wears export crown

KING crab  has become the latest seafood fashion  from Norway, with catches continuing to make its fishermen big money, according to the latest exports figures from the Norwegian Seafood Council. Not only has the supply of this giant creature increased,  but exports  shot up by 71 per cent last month  and they now account forContinue Reading