The Icelandic Marine Freshwater Institute is proposing a 6% reduction in cod quotas for the next fishing season. According to the laboratory’s notification, this decrease is due to lower estimates of reference biomass compared to the previous year and the impact of catch stabilizers in the catch management rules.
The Institute has high hopes for cod in the Icelandic waters, saying: Of size. “
Meanwhile, Haddock’s proposed quota increased by 23% from last year to 62,219 tonnes.
MFRI director Þorsteinn Sigurðsson said at a referral meeting that several fish species, including fangs, phosphorus, bluelin, beak red fish, anglerfish, witches, megrim, and red shrimp, have been inadequately recruited over the past few years. Said he was experiencing. These fish remain in the warm waters of Iceland’s south and west coasts. “Unfortunately, there seems to be little change for the better. The reason for this negative development is unknown, but the most likely explanation is due to changes in Iceland’s marine environment.”
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