Irish Fishing News
Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority to continue with ‘At-Point Weighing’
The Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA) has replied to a request from The Fishing Daily in regards to a recent article in The Sunday Business Post.
Tánaiste questioned on Government commitment to Irish Inshore Sector
The Tánaiste, Simon Coveney, TD, was questioned on committing to an aid package for the Irish inshore fisheries sector during yesterday’s question in Dáil Éireann.
Marine Institute releases underwater survey on Dublin Bay Prawns
The Marine Institute in Ireland has released details of an underwater survey completed by their researchers on the humble Dublin Bay Prawn.
Lough Foyle Native Oyster Fishery Licence Applications now open
The Loughs Agency has announced that interested parties are invited to apply for a licence to fish the 2020/2021 Lough Foyle Native Oyster fishery.
Killybegs Fish Processors take SFPA to High Court over At-Point Weighing
The Sunday Business Post has reported that six Irish fish processors from Killybegs are taking a High Court case against the state fisheries watchdog, the SFPA
SFPA reminder of Crab & Lobster Regulations for Recreational Fishers
With the crab and lobster fishery having reopened for recreational fishers on 1st May, the Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA), the sea-fisheries regulator, is reminding all fishers of the importance of compliance with the regulations and best practice that govern the catching, selling and buying of crabs and lobsters.