Information

Fishing vessel weekly licence variations: 18 November 2022

Scottish fishing vessel weekly licence variations announced on 18 November 2022

This document is part of a collection


Fishing vessel quota limits tables 2022 - showing the quota limits applicable to both 10m and under non-PO and over 10m non-sector vessels.

Fisheries closures table 2022 - showing the current status of fish stocks following the issue and publication of the above variations (if any).

 

Producer Organisation/Non-Producer Organisation Group

Type of Licence

Licence Conditions Text Amendment

Effective Date

ALL over 10m groups

AO

Condition 5.2.4 – UKFMC telephone number updated and fax number removed from condition

 

In the event of technical failure or non-functioning of electronic recording and reporting systems, where a master has authority to sail, the information shall be given to the Fisheries Administrations’ UK Fisheries Monitoring Centre by one of the following means, property designated as required:

 

- By telephone on 0131 244 2286

- By email to UKFMC@gov.scot

 

0001 hours on 20 November 2022

Reminder of current catch limits of applicable stocks of mackerel

Producer Organisation/Non-Producer Organisation Group

Type of Licence

Reason

Species

Area of Sea

Limit

Effective Date

10 Metre and Under – Non PO

(Moray Firth)

AU

Change in catch limit

Mackerel

Moray Firth

Fortnightly catch limit of 2 tonnes

0001 hours on 13 November 2022 – 2359 hours on 26 November 2022

10 Metre and Under – Non PO

(Shetland)

AU

Change in catch limit

Mackerel

Shetland

Fortnightly catch limit of 1.5 tonnes

0001 hours on 13 November 2022 – 2359 hours on 26 November 2022

10 Metre and Under – Non PO

 

(Orkney)

AU

Change in catch limit

Mackerel

Orkney

Fortnightly catch limit of 1 tonne

0001 hours on 13 November 2022 – 2359 hours on 26 November 2022

10 Metre and Under – Non PO

 

(Ivb)

AU

Change in catch limit

Mackerel

Ivb

Fortnightly catch limit of 2 tonnes

0001 hours on 13 November 2022 – 2359 hours on 26 November 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Back to top