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Bottomfish

 
Report Date: Friday, June 16, 2017
 
 
 

This report focuses on catch volumes of different bottomfish species in the EU and Argentina. We also inform on bans, supplies, prices, inventories, markets, imports and exports of the species in the index.

INDEX

 
1. EUROPE
1.1 European Union
 
2. SOUTH AMERICA
2.1 Argentina - Hubbsi hake
 

 

1. EUROPE

1.1 European Union

Inventories / landed volumes

Spain

On the wholesale market of Mercabarna, during May, supplies of frozen bottomfish species rose by 4 tonnes. The most important drops were reported by angler. The highest rise was that of cod. Fresh species increased by 275 tonnes. The most significant variations were the drops in sole, megrim, croaker and import angler. The most important increases were registered in national angler, trawl hake, sea trout and longline hake over one kg.

On the wholesale market of Mercamadrid, incoming volumes of frozen products rose by 62 tonnes in May, compared with April. Supplies of fresh species increased by 400 tonnes. The most important increases were those in frozen cod, fresh hake, fresh dab, fresh medium megrim, fresh conger and fresh pollock. The most significant drops were those in frozen skin-on hake fillets, frozen hake, frozen sole, fresh sea trout and fresh lemon sole.

Table 1: Incoming volumes in the main bottomfish species
in Mercamadrid

Item

Volume (kg)

Variation (%)

May

April

Frozen

Kingclip

 

90

-

Cod clusters

178,638

87,016

105

Red porgy

3,526

984

258

Megrim

9,930

8,305

20

Frozen halibut

52,652

43,818

20

Skin-on whole sole

36,656

49,342

-26

Skin-on hake fillets

50,131

63,467

-21

Skinless hake fillets

25,063

31,732

-21

Hake n-4 up to 2.5 kg

33,419

42,309

-21

Hake no. 5 of +2.5 kg

50,131

63,467

-21

Hake slice

8,356

10,577

-21

Panga fillets

1,192

 

-

Sea trout No 0 up to 0.250 kg

9,064

6,158

47

Sea trout No 1 up to 0.5 kg

362

246

47

Sea trout No 2 up to 0.8kg

14,499

9,854

47

Sea trout No 3 up to 1.5kg

12325,00

8375,00

47

Blackbellied angler

2,465

744

231

Fresh

Kingclip

53,460

41,972

27

Whole head-on cod 1/2 kg

87,993

80,325

10

Whole headless cod 4/6 kg

43,998

40,162

10

Cod fillet

10,999

10,045

9

Salted cod

76,993

70,283

10

Seabream of 0.7 to 1 kg

10,690

4,676

129

Seabream of 1 to 1.5 kg

 

3,533

-

Axillary seabream 0.5 to 0.6 kg

8,741

2,134

310

Whole white hake

5,071

2,387

112

Angler cheeks

6,394

4,789

34

Cod cheeks

11,513

8,621

34

Hake cheeks

7,674

5,746

34

Conger

107,698

92,609

16

Large megrim

29,082

23,001

26

Medium megrim

99,602

62,415

60

Small megrim

82,343

79,712

3

Common dab

105,832

62,289

70

Large sole

9,472

9,161

3

Medium sole

39,470

38,190

3

Small sole

26,047

25,204

3

Soles

4,675

15,549

-70

Chilean hake

85,392

69,931

22

Gran Sol hake +2.5 – 5 kg

395,301

327,584

21

Gran Sol hake 5 kg/up

179,452

137,406

31

Hake caught with longlines + 2.5-5 kg

376,035

286,896

31

Hake caught with longlines + 5 kg

182,357

137,213

33

Grouper

2,329

2,705

-14

Gran Sol fine sea trout -0.2 k

16,837

17,847

-6

Gran Sol sea trout over 1 kg

69,177

75,937

-9

Saithe 0.2 to 1 kg

25,831

37,136

-30

Longline-caught sea trout + 1 kg

55,791

50,779

10

Popular sea trout 0.2/0.8 kg

132,836

140,979

-6

Sea trout guts 0.2/0.3k

36,220

34,246

6

Skin-on angler

8,286

6,870

21

Angler tails

46,991

38,916

21

Skate

16,169

8,379

93

Kingclip

4,521

6,703

-33

Tilapia

2,000

1,500

33

 Source: Mercamadrid

France

At French ports, in May, supplies of bottomfish species declined by about 500 tonnes. The most important declines were those in whiting, ling and angler. The most important increases were those in red mullet, haddock and black seabream. The main ports were Lorient and Le Guilvinec.

Table 2: Volumes landed at French ports

Species

Volumes in 2017 (t)

Cumulative volume Jan/May (t)

May

April

% of variation

Year 2017

Year 2016

% of variation

Kingclip

84

108

-22

526

 

-

Cod

106

124

-15

556

 

-

Saithe

506

551

-8

3,077

2,171

42

Black seabream (Spondyliosoma cantharus)

76

44

75

538

225

139

Conger

101

125

-20

697

 

-

Croaker

36

19

91

116

 

-

Haddock

328

292

12

1,300

789

65

Megrim

169

254

-33

1,108

892

24

Flatfish

127

138

-8

1,221

713

71

Ling

82

190

-57

629

 

-

Hake

1,086

1,084

0

5,749

3,470

66

John dory

114

121

-6

430

 

-

Whiting

240

366

-35

3,004

2,300

31

Blackbellied angler

982

1,085

-9

4,962

 

-

Skate

287

345

-17

1,571

 

-

Brill

25

43

-41

137

 

-

Red mullet

147

55

166

317

 

-

 Source: FranceAgriMer

Italy

At Italian ports, during May, volumes of plaice and red scorpionfish declined. Volumes of sole and angler remained steady. Those of conger increased. The most important ports were San Benedetto del Tronto with 30 tonnes and Civitanova Marche with 26 tonnes.

Table 3: Volumes landed at Italian ports

Species

Volumes in 2017 (t)

Cumulative volume Jan/May (t)

May

April

% of variation

Year 2017

Year 2016

% of variation

Red scorpionfish

2

0

1,320

3

5

-37

Conger

1

0

300

1

1

8

Flatfish

22

3

761

74

74

0

Hake

43

5

745

134

136

-2

Plaice

1

0

561

2

3

-40

Blackbellied angler

22

3

761

74

74

0

 Source: ISMEA (Istituto di Servizi per il mercato agricolo e alimentare)

United Kingdom

In March 2017, the volumes landed at the UK ports, both by the national and the foreign fleets, declined by 800 tonnes. The most important drops were those in hake, pollock and angler. The most important increases were those in ling, lemon sole and four-spot megrim. The main ports were those of Killybegs in Ireland, Peterhead in Scotland and Ijmuiden in the Netherlands.

Table 4: Volumes landed in the United Kingdom

Species

Volumes in 2017 (t)

Cumulative volume Jan/Mar (t)

March

February

% of variation

Year 2017

Year 2016

% of variation

Blue whiting

29,545

   

29,545

23,938

 

Brill

37

34

 

134

135

 

Cod

1,354

1,428

-5

4,271

4,407

-3

Picked dogfish

141

91

55

341

399

-14

Haddock

2,117

2,132

-1

6,567

6,640

-1

Hake

812

1,505

-46

3,753

4,405

-15

Halibut

8

7

21

24

16

44

Lemon sole

200

138

44

442

643

-31

Ling

532

468

14

1,398

1,499

-7

Four-spot megrim

372

318

17

1,047

1,305

-20

Angler

1,089

1,333

-18

3,889

4,534

-14

Other demersal species

431

457

-6

1,265

1,996

-37

Plaice

956

914

5

3,130

3,031

3

Kingclip

161

306

-47

696

977

-29

Saithe

1,298

1,297

0

3,515

4,796

-27

Rays and Skates

160

146

10

559

618

-10

Flatfish

182

131

39

507

688

-26

Blue whiting

941

932

1

2,675

3,869

-31

Lemon sole

84

54

55

226

275

-18

 Source: Marine Management Organisation

Denmark

The volume of bottomfish offers on Danish markets registered the most important drops in whiting, cod, Atlantic cod, lemon sole and hake in May. The most significant increases were those in plaice, whiting, cod, dab, haddock and lemon sole.

Table 5: Volumes landed on Danish markets

Species

Volumes in 2017 (t)

May

April

% of variation

Atlantic halibut

13,869

8,959

54.81

Blue ling

182

1,042

-82.53

Cod

888,145

568,480

56.23

Atlantic cod

50,118

73,514

-31.82

Common dab

64,602

9,919

551.33

Common sole

41,681

15,804

163.75

Headless regular sole

14,261

1,961

627.39

Common conger

27

16

65.63

European plaice

 

155

-100.00

Headless plaice

1,638

725

126.02

Baltic plaice

93

142

-34.51

Greater forkbeard

264

1,827

-85.55

Haddock

169,043

120,669

40.09

Hake

258,871

263,386

-1.71

Whiting

 

26,164

-100.00

Lemon sole

54,339

22,976

136.51

Kingclip

122,290

95,361

28.24

Four-spot megrim

6,954

6,254

11.19

Blackbellied angler

157,142

151,321

3.85

Angler tails

10

36

-71.83

European plaice

975,238

431,177

126.18

Baltic plaice

 

340

-100.00

Kingclip

74,860

53,005

41.23

Skate

366

257

42.50

Skate fins

5,259

7,412

-29.05

Rosefish

5,977

5,933

0.75

Saithe

1,601,258

1,140,579

40.39

Headless whiting

756

864

-12.50

Whiting

11,332

15,664

-27.65

Headless whiting

840

6,485

-87.05

Lemon sole

102,178

120,596

-15.27

 Source: Fiskeauktion.dk

Prices

Spain

On Mercabarna, during May, the most important variations in prices were the drops in wild seabream, fresh sea trout, fresh grouper, fresh longline hake and fresh angler. The most significant increases were those in wild seabass, wild seabream (dorada), fresh megrim and wild seabream (besugo)

On the wholesale market of Mercamadrid, prices of frozen species remained stable. As regards fresh species, the most important drops were registered in seabream, sea trout, Gran Sol hake and longline hake. The most important increases were those in angler, cod, medium megrim and conger.

Table 6: Prices on the wholesale market of Spain

Item

Average price (EUR/kg)

Variation (%)

May

April

Frozen

Kingclip

 

3.91

-

Cod clusters

5.50

5.50

0

Red porgy

12.02

12.02

0

Megrim

4.21

4.21

0

Frozen halibut

-

-

-

Skin-on whole sole

10.50

10.50

0

Skin-on hake fillets

4.41

4.41

0

Skinless hake fillets

4.71

4.71

0

Hake n-4 up to 2.5 kg

6.01

6.01

0

Hake no. 5 of +2.5 kg

7.21

7.21

0

Hake slice

5.15

5.15

0

Panga fillets

3.31

 

-

Sea trout No 0 up to 0.250 kg

2.00

2.00

0

Sea trout No 1 up to 0.5 kg

2.25

2.25

0

Sea trout No 2 up to 0.8kg

3.01

3.01

0

Sea trout No 3 up to 1.5kg

3.91

3.91

0

Blackbellied angler

14.42

14.42

0

Fresh

Kingclip

5.00

5.50

-9

Whole head-on cod 1/2 kg

5.73

5.23

10

Whole headless cod 4/6 kg

7.36

6.46

14

Cod fillet

10

9

4

Salted cod

10.50

10.50

0

Seabream of 0.7 to 1 kg

21.50

21.50

0

Seabream of 1 to 1.5 kg

 

25.50

-

Axillary seabream 0.5 to 0.6 kg

14.50

14.50

0

Whole white hake

5.75

5.58

3

Angler cheeks

36

36

0

Cod cheeks

14.79

14.50

2

Hake cheeks

49.71

51.00

-3

Conger

5.42

5.00

8

Large megrim

9.55

10.03

-5

Medium megrim

6.11

5.63

9

Small megrim

3

4

-8

Common dab

4.63

4.42

5

Large sole

28.50

28.50

0

Medium sole

26.50

26.50

0

Small sole

14.50

14.50

0

Soles

3.50

3.50

0

Chilean hake

7

8

-9

Gran Sol hake +2.5 – 5 kg

4.65

6.08

-23

Gran Sol hake 5 kg/up

6.10

7.68

-21

Hake caught with longlines + 2.5-5 kg

6.29

9.30

-32

Hake caught with longlines + 5 kg

8.20

11.60

-29

Grouper

27.00

27.00

0

Gran Sol fine sea trout -0.2 k

6.45

8.43

-23

Gran Sol sea trout over 1 kg

3.14

4.28

-27

Saithe 0.2 to 1 kg

3

3

-27

Longline-caught sea trout + 1 kg

5.16

7.20

-28

Popular sea trout 0.2/0.8kg

2.72

3.58

-24

Sea trout guts 0.2/0.3kg

7.86

10.51

-25

Head-on angler

13.17

11.73

12

Angler tails

17.06

17.06

0

Skate

8.00

8.00

0

Kingclip

9.50

9.50

0

Tilapia

5.20

5.20

0

 Source: Mercamadrid

France

On French first-sale markets, the most important drops in prices were registered in red mullet, croaker, black seabream, skate and hake. The most important rises were those in sole, ling, megrim and cod.

Table 7: Average prices at French first-sale ports,
March-April 2017, in EUR/kg

Species

May

April

% of variation

Kingclip

6.40

6.13

4

Cod

4.88

4.44

10

Saithe

2.49

2.23

12

Black seabream (Spondyliosoma cantharus)

5.71

6.42

-11

Conger

1.85

1.56

19

Croaker

9.23

10.42

-11

Haddock

2.11

2.32

-9

Megrim

2.75

2.26

22

Flatfish

15.39

13.84

11

Ling

3.08

2.59

19

Hake

2.24

2.61

-14

John dory

11.43

11.54

-1

Whiting

3.01

2.92

3

Blackbellied angler

5.73

5.68

1

Skate

12.09

12.47

-3

Brill

10.62

10.84

-2

Red mullet

8.51

10.89

-22

 Source: FranceAgriMer

Italy

At Italian first-sale markets, prices declined in red scorpionfish, conger and hake during May. Those of plaice, angler and sole increased.

Table 8: Average prices at Italian first-sale ports,
April-May 2017, in EUR/kg

Product

May

April

% of variation

Lowest price

Highest price

Lowest price

Highest price

Lowest price

Highest price

Red scorpionfish

9.52

11.78

14.51

15.59

-34

-24

Conger

1.34

1.49

1.42

1.61

-6

-8

Flatfish

7.48

10.40

7.19

10.20

4

2

Hake

7.03

9.95

7.44

10.75

-6

-7

Plaice

7.68

12.75

7.35

10.70

4

19

Blackbellied angler

7.48

10.40

7.19

10.20

4

2

 Source: ISMEA (Istituto di Servizi per il mercato agricolo e alimentare)

United Kingdom

In March, the most important drops in prices were those registered in hake, angler, cod, pollock and haddock. The most significant increases were those in four-spot megrim and, to a lesser extent, in lemon sole and saithe.

Table 9: Average prices at the UK,
February-March 2017, in £/t

Species

March

February

% of variation

Brill

2.36

2.38

 

Cod

22.18

29.44

-25

Picked dogfish

0.53

0.66

-21

Haddock

50.30

52.78

-5

Hake

42.06

86.17

-51

Halibut

2.72

3.01

-10

Lemon sole

9.87

8.91

11

Ling

11.86

12.09

-2

Four-spot megrim

35.41

29.07

22

Angler

46.61

58.72

-21

Other demersal species

4.74

5.07

-7

Plaice

10.56

11.47

-8

kingclip

4.41

8.37

-47

Saithe

35.24

34.71

2

Rays and Skates

2.20

2.05

7

Flatfish

11.77

11.62

1

Blue whiting

10.82

10.32

5

Lemon sole

2.77

2.26

23

 Source: Marine Management Organisation

Denmark

The most important increases in average prices on Danish markets were those in regular sole, four-spot megrim, blue ling and whiting. The most significant increases were those in angler tails, plaice and lemon sole.

Table 10: Average prices on Danish markets in EUR/kg

Species

May (EUR/kg)

April (EUR/kg)

% of variation

Atlantic halibut

6.89

6.76

2.00

Blue ling

2.52

1.75

43.98

Cod

3.31

3.53

-6.18

Atlantic cod

1.61

2.05

-21.37

Common dab

1.25

1.63

-23.26

Common sole

12.96

9.30

39.39

Headless regular sole

9.28

8.55

8.51

Common conger

0.99

1.08

-8.33

European plaice

 

0.34

-

Headless plaice

0.47

0.57

-17.94

Baltic plaice

0.40

0.74

-45.95

Greater forkbeard

0.49

0.57

-14.04

Haddock

1.66

2.07

-19.61

Hake

2.17

2.37

-8.57

Whiting

 

1.93

-

Lemon sole

5.33

6.43

-17.10

kingclip

1.70

1.85

-8.29

Four-spot megrim

2.82

2.00

40.75

Blackbellied angler

4.14

4.33

-4.44

Angler tails

4.30

9.75

-55.90

European plaice

2.12

2.54

-16.43

Baltic plaice

 

1.85

-

Kingclip

3.23

3.29

-1.89

Skate

0.63

1.06

-41.04

Skate fins

1.97

2.00

-1.45

Rosefish

1.62

2.19

-25.86

Saithe

1.50

1.79

-16.08

Headless whiting

1.98

2.31

-14.29

 Source: Fiskeauktion.dk

Market

European Union

Table 11: Imports of frozen hakes (Merluccius spp., Urophycis spp.),
even fillets in the EU, January-February 2016/2017

Origin

Volume (mt)

Average price (EUR/kg)

2017

2016

2017

2016

Namibia

11,837

6,609

3.56

3.01

Argentina

9,338

8,659

3.19

2.80

Spain

7,927

8,156

4.00

3.43

South Africa

9,397

4,826

3.66

3.72

United States

7,089

5,664

2.71

2.03

Chile

2,098

1,209

4.17

3.64

China

1,793

1,220

2.56

1.98

Peru

1,945

975

1.93

1.75

Portugal

650

417

3.64

3.36

Germany

577

445

4.69

4.58

Senegal

412

557

1.27

1.26

Netherlands

486

460

3.60

4.68

Uruguay

420

524

1.55

1.51

New Zealand

192

747

4.83

4.15

Falkland Islands

435

295

1.81

2.98

United Kingdom

555

29

5.19

10.09

Ecuador

464

67

2.09

1.82

Denmark

228

135

4.11

3.23

Mauritania

331

25

2.37

2.11

Norway

250

94

2.83

4.63

Canada

196

126

1.30

1.22

Letonia

112

172

1.96

2.59

Lithuania

109

128

2.66

2.40

Poland

74

130

2.54

3.81

Cyprus

119

55

2.42

2.82

France

51

114

4.16

5.69

Belgium

29

82

3.56

4.33

Czech Republic

2

102

4.10

2.85

Sweden

 

46

 

4.53

Croatia

1

41

1.50

3.25

Greece

1

28

2.70

3.19

Other (11)

24

71

2.84

2.38

Total

57,142

42,207

3.36

2.98

 Source: Eurostat (Datos provisionales)

Table 12: Exports of frozen hakes (Merluccius spp., Urophycis spp.),
even fillets in the EU, January-February 2016/2017

Destination

Volume (mt)

Average price (EUR/kg)

2017

2016

2017

2016

Portugal

7,024

5,496

3.19

3.17

Italy

5,356

2,916

3.52

3.39

Ukraine

1,370

282

1.22

1.49

Spain

939

665

1991.67

3.28

Greece

762

678

2.40

1.79

Romania

819

220

1.95

1.85

Serbia

507

435

2.90

3.01

France

520

383

4.51

3.86

Netherlands

331

300

3.42

2.60

Bulgaria

243

371

1.55

1.25

Lithuania

336

276

3.96

2.70

Hungary

369

225

4.22

2.17

Poland

219

354

3.35

3.10

Slovaquia

203

205

4.16

2.46

United Kingdom

123

231

4.46

4.57

Bosnia-Herzegovina

316

35

1.43

1.38

Germany

120

191

3.31

3.81

Lebanon

303

 

1.48

 

Croatia

222

53

1.59

2.61

Moldova

170

88

1.16

1.33

Letonia

50

174

2.26

2.13

Estonia

91

130

2.10

2.47

Morocco

175

46

1.24

1.29

Slovenia

110

69

3.30

3.58

Macedonia

109

55

1.54

1.45

Jordan

161

 

1.46

 

Switzerland

66

87

4.49

4.44

Montenegro

103

18

2.78

3.39

Ireland

49

68

4.00

4.55

Melilla

18

98

6.74

1.76

Algeria

8

84

2.69

1.28

Other (57)

404

581

4.22

4.37

Total

21,596

14,815

89.52

3.05

 Source: Eurostat (Datos provisionales)

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2. SOUTH AMERICA

2.1 Argentina

Inventories / Landed volumes

In April, the most important drops in volumes were those in hubbsi hake S41° and in blue whiting. The most significant increase was registered in hubbsi hake caught to the N 41° ZEEA.

Table 13: Volumes of bottomfish landed
at Argentine ports, in tonnes

Species

Volumes in 2017 (t)

Cumulative volume Jan/Apr (t)

April

March

% of variation

2017

Kingclip

469

615

-24

1,765

Tadpole codling

107

48

124

642

Red porgy

389

401

-3

1,304

White croaker

1,539

618

149

3,456

Patagonian smooth-hound

554

244

127

1,151

Soles

533

549

-3

2,143

Southern hake

102

67

52

672

Patagonian grenadier

212

411

-48

7,673

GSM hubbis hake

14

41

-65

81

CTMFM N 41° hubbsi hake

4,237

3,987

6

9,800

N 41° ZEEA hubbsi hake

5,354

2,023

165

7,730

S 41° hubbsi hake

15,615

17,969

-13

54,098

Patagonian toothfish

94

287

-67

1,244

Grouper

132

110

20

427

Weakfish

889

801

11

3,322

Flathead

721

952

-24

3,800

Blue whiting

60

2,924

-98

4,342

Skates

2,253

2,076

9

8,109

Source: Maritime Fishery Directorate

Markets

The volume of hubbsi hake exported in January-March 2017 declined by 7.6% compared with the same period last year. As regards value, these exports increased by 9.7%. In general terms, exports of whole hake dropped and those of fillets increased.

Table 14: Argentine exports of Hubbsi hake, March 2017

HS

Item

March 2017

Cumulative through 31 March 2017

tm

Thousands of USD

Average price in USD/t

tm

Thousands of USD

Average price in USD/t

0303.66.00.11

Hubbsi hake in containers, NC below 1 kg

24

38

1,627

70

116

1,670

0303.66.00.19

Hubbsi hake in containers, NC above 3 kg

1,251

1,876

1,500

3.840

5,844

1,522

0304.74.00.21

Frozen fillets in containers, NC below 1 kg

395

1,429

3.617

808

2,921

3,618

0304.74.00.91

Frozen fillets

in NC containers above 1 kg.

4,616

13,558

2,937

11,237

32,969

2,934

1604.19.00.150Q

Fillets and other breaded meat in containers, NC below 1 kg

7

30

4,351

30

127

4,233

1604.19.00.950J

Fillets and other breaded meat in containers, NC above 1 kg  above 1 kg.

96

371

3,865

242

946

3,904

1604.20.90.2

Other products and canned products

50

138

2,732

105

287

2,725

Total hubbsi hake

6,493

17,589

2,709

16,760

44,179

2,636

Source: Fishery Economy Directorate, based on information from the INDEC

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