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IN BRIEF - Falkland prepares a tribute with the fishing fleet for the 30 years of activity in the islands

FALKLAND ISLANDS
Friday, February 17, 2017

The Government of the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) will pay a tribute to the fishing fleet on Saturday to mark the 30th anniversary of the creation of the Interim Conservation and Administration Zone (FICZ), which regulates fishing activities. There will be represented the boats of Galician companies that operate every year in their waters in search of squid (Loligo), mainly.

The meeting will take place tomorrow and it is planned that the vessels fishing in its waters will be there, which will offer a unique image for this holiday, as reported by the president of the Shipowners Cooperative of Vigo (ARVI), Javier Touza, Of the visit of a delegation of the Government of the islands this week to Vigo. The next day, Sunday, the fleet will leave for a reconnaissance of the fishing ground.

According to the Director of Natural Resources, John Barton, fishing generated since 1987 about 564 million pounds (about 660.2 million euros to the current change) through the licenses to be able to fish delivered by the Department of Fisheries.


IN BRIEF - Huon eyes onshore farm

AUSTRALIA
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

HUON Aquaculture will spend AUD 65 million this financial year on its futuristic salmon farming vision, encompassing land-based and sea-cage farming.

The Environment Protection Authority recently gave approval to proceed to public advertising and public comment stage for the AUD 30 million-plus onshore Whale Point salmon nursery at Port Huon.

This would be Australia’s first onshore salmon nursery.

“The public comment period has now closed and the EPA board will undertake its assessment at its board meeting in November (2017),” EPA director Wes Ford said.

The Huon Valley Council has already approved demolition works, as well as excavation and retaining-wall works at the Port Huon site.

Source: The Mercury


IN BRIEF - B.C. crab and prawn fishermen dispute Port of Vancouver no-go zones

CANADA
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Crab fisherman Stewart McDonald is steaming mad that he may soon be prevented by the Port of Vancouver from dropping crab traps around Vancouver's Burrard Inlet, where he's fished for more than two decades.

"We fish there all the time," McDonald said from his home base in False Creek, where he has operated for the past 20 years.

McDonald says the fishing grounds, especially the water to the west of the Lions Gate Bridge are fertile crab and prawn areas, representing tens of thousands of dollars worth of harvest for him a year.

"People would be shocked by the amount of healthy sea life down there," he said.

Source: CBC


IN BRIEF - Pres. Lungu Launches USD 50 Million Fish Project

ZAMBIA
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

President Edgar Lungu has launched a USD 50 Million fish project under the Zambia Aquaculture Enterprise Development Project.

The project is themed “Zambia Aquaculture on the path of Sustainable growth.

President Lungu says 1,200 fish farmers and entrepreneurs comprising 50 percent women and youth will benefit from the project.

The Head of state says approximately 50,000 indirect beneficiaries will also enjoy the benefits of the projects which includes entrepreneurs in the aquaculture value chain such as fish processors, fish traders, fish transporters and employees.

Source: Zambia Reports


IN BRIEF - N.S. officials seize three tonnes of lobster from Indigenous fishermen accused of selling them out of season

CANADA
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

HALIFAX — Fisheries officials have seized three tonnes of lobster amid tensions over the Indigenous fishery in Nova Scotia.

The lobster was seized Monday at Halifax Stanfield International Airport, the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans confirmed Friday 20th of October 2017.

“An investigation is currently underway into the sale of fish not harvested under commercial licence. As part of our investigation … a seizure of lobsters was made,” DFO said in a statement.

The airport is a major lobster-shipping hub, with CAD 187 million in seafood and lobster exports in 2016.

Source: National Post


IN BRIEF - Giant Eagle recalls breaded shrimp due to undeclared egg allergen

UNITED STATES
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

PITTSBURGH, PA – Giant Eagle is voluntarily recalling packages of breaded shrimp due to an undeclared egg allergen.

The Giant Eagle Brand Breaded Shrimp was sold in the prepared foods grab-and-go sections in Giant Eagle and Market District stores in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland through Thursday, October 19 2017.  The packages have a UPC number that begins with 286815.

People with an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs are at risk of a serious or life-threatening reaction if they eat the shrimp. For those without such an allergy, the shrimp are safe to eat.

Customers with an egg allergy who bought the affected shrimp should dispose of it or return it to their local Giant Eagle or Market District store for a refund.

Source: Fox 8


IN BRIEF - Fish farming to increase-ECL

ZAMBIA
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

President Edgar Lungu says government’s efforts to increase fish production in Zambia are bearing fruit.

President Lungu says government’s resolve to proactively promote aquaculture has delivered results.

He says yields have increased from twelve thousand nine hundred and eighty-eight metric tonnes of fish in 2012, to over thirty thousand metric tonnes in 2016.

The President says this achievement by his government gives hope that Zambia is on the right path to becoming a major exporter of fish in Africa.

He says there is need to reduce importation of fish by supporting local production.

Source: ZNBC


IN BRIEF - U.S. boat caught trapping lobster in Canadian waters, DFO says

CANADA
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans intercepted a vessel fishing illegally in Canadian waters and reported it to U.S. authorities, an official said Friday.

The incident occurred Thursday near the coastal border of New Brunswick and Maine.

"Our fishery officers intercepted a U.S. lobster fishing vessel that was fishing illegally within our Canadian fisheries waters about midday Oct. 19," said Todd Somerville, area chief for conservation and protection in southwest New Brunswick.

"We intercepted the vessel. At that point fishery officers board the vessel and then they initiate their investigation. Because it was a U.S. vessel, we do reach out to U.S. law enforcement. … They also responded."

Source: CBC


IN BRIEF - Quarter Million Dollars to Be Disbursed to Seychellois Fishermen for Sustainable Projects

SEYCHELLES
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

A sum of USD 260,000 will be disbursed to support Seychellois fishermen with projects that encourage sustainable fisheries and management of marine areas.

The fund, which was officially launched on Thursday, is called a 'Blue Grant' and is an initiative of the Seychelles Conservation and Climate Adaptation Trust (SeyCCAT).

The Minister of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, Didier Dogley, said that the launching is a call for individuals who are interested in the Blue Economy, fishing and environment to send their proposals.

Source: All Africa


IN BRIEF - Vietnamese shrimp exports to Europe rebound

VIET NAM
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Vietnamese shrimp exporters upped their shipments to suppliers in Europe during the months of August and September, making the region Vietnam's biggest shrimp customer,Customs News reported. 

According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (Vasep), the countries EU exports have increased 32% over the first nine months of 2017, part of Vietnam's total shrimp exports of VND 2.5 billion during the period.

EU demand is pushing raw material prices up and several Vietnamese suppliers are increasing purchases to meet burgeoning EU demand.

Source: Undercurrent News


IN BRIEF - New rules approved for New England shrimp fishery, in case it ever reopens

UNITED STATES
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

New England’s shrimp fishery will be managed differently if it ever reopens.

Fishermen haven’t been allowed to catch Maine shrimp since 2013. But the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission approved a new set of restrictions for the fishery Thursday in the event it does one day reopen.

Fishermen used to catch the shrimp in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. The new restrictions include a requirement that shrimp trawlers use new gear to minimize the catch of small shrimp. There would also be maximum fishing season lengths, penalties for states that exceed quotas and a new state-by-state allocation program.

An arm of the commission is set to vote Nov. 29 2017 on whether the fishery can reopen next year.

Source: Press Herald


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