Fishing Industry News
Fishing Industry News – the latest headlines & stories, plus updates on European fishing industry
The man whose body was recovered from the sea at Sliabh Liag, Co Donegal last night has been locally named as James Byrne from Cashel in Kilcar
The implementation of a Catch Recording App on behalf of the Marine Management Organisation in the UK has been estimated to cost £1.8m.
On the north-west coast of Denmark in the Jutland region lies the fishing village of Thorup Strand. Here, they have another ideology on catching fish
Northern Ireland’s new Fisheries Minister, Edwin Poots, MLA has approved new measures to help protect the Brown Crab stock in local waters.
The SFPA issues new updated guidelines on the correct processing or shucking of scallops so as to remove or minimise risks
A new paper released by the PNAS has shown that in ocean regions that are intensively managed, fisheries are recovering and harvest rates going down.
Today marks the 8th anniversary of the sinking of the fishing vessel ‘Tit Bonhomme’ on the 15 January 2012 off Union Hall in Co Cork
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) launched the public consultation on the draft North East, draft North West, draft South East and draft South West Marine Plans.
The self-determination Scottish fishermen sought through Brexit is gradually eroding as Westminster seeks to keep EU markets for UK financial sector
Seven Scottish fishermen who died when their boat sank in Isle of Man waters will be remembered on the 20th anniversary of the Solway Harvester tragedy.
The migration route taken by young salmon (smolts) leaving the east coast of Ireland has been discovered for the first time.
The Irish Coast Guard’s three rescue coordination centres managed a total of 2,487 incidents over 2019 showing a slightly drop on 2018 & 2017.
Status Red – Gale Warning issued for Irish coastal waters for Monday as Storm Brendan approchaed the west coast of Ireland from the Atlantic