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Publication - Statistics

Scottish Sea Fisheries Statistics 2014

Published: 3 Sep 2015
Part of:
Marine and fisheries
ISBN:
9781785445958

Statistics on the Scottish fishing fleet and its catches in 2014

112 page PDF

5.4 MB

112 page PDF

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Scottish Sea Fisheries Statistics 2014
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112 page PDF

5.4 MB

Table 1.5.c Quantity and value of landings by Scottish vessels using shellfish gears by main species 1 : 2014

Shellfish Gears

  Quantity (tonnes) Value (£'000)
Creel fishing Nephrop trawl 2 Dredging Hand Shellfishing Other methods Total Creel fishing Nephrop trawl 2 Dredging Hand Shellfishing Other methods Total
Edible crabs 10,514 2 1 1 - 10,517 13,517 2 1 1 - 13,520
Lobsters 1,174 0 0 0 - 1,175 12,094 0 3 2 - 12,099
Nephrops 1,458 19,009 2 0 - 20,470 12,573 62,206 12 0 - 74,791
Queen scallops 1 0 6,779 0 - 6,780 1 0 3,106 0 - 3,107
Scallops 70 0 15,747 561 - 16,377 185 0 30,817 1,615 - 32,616
Squid 2 13 1 0 - 15 5 32 3 0 - 41
Velvet crabs 1,628 0 1 0 - 1,629 4,055 0 3 0 - 4,058
Other shellfish 1,290 0 150 403 - 1,843 1,149 0 134 1,426 - 2,710
Total shellfish 16,137 19,024 22,681 965 - 58,807 43,580 62,240 34,078 3,044 - 142,942
Other species c 195 740 46 0 - 981 200 1,007 151 0 - 1,358

(c) Other species include demersal and/or pelagic species

(1) Main species are those where the total value landed by Scottish vessels was £2m or over in 2014.

(2) Bottom trawl gears catching demersal species have been included as demersal trawls, while bottom trawl gears catching nephrops have been included as nephrops trawls.


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