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Icelandic capelin quota increased
The Icelandic capelin quota of 2022 has been increased as the Norwegian vessels catchin off Iceland‘s coast were unable to finish their allocated quota. The
Bad weather hampering capelin fishing.
As of today, about 55% of the total capelin quota have been caught so far. Thereof about 10% of the landings have been frozen whole
Capelin Season of to good start
The Icelandic processing plants have begun to freeze the first capelin of the 2022 season. The catches are going well and the Icelandic plants are
“Mega“ capelin season off to a slow start
The entire Icelandic pelagic fleet is off the east coast catching the capelin. The fish has been evasive and tricky to catch with daily catches
Huge capelin quota suggested for 2022 season.
The Icelandic Marine Research Institute (Hafro) has suggested a massive capelin quota for the coming 2022 season. The total recommended catch will be 904.200 MT
Expectations of capelin fishing are likely to be met
From the magazine Frjáls Verslun from 1973.
Triton founder Örn Erlendsson – while still with Sölustofnun Lagmetis – beeing interviewed after securing big contract in canned capelin to Japan. In the same
Mackerel search continues
Icelandic vessels continue their search for mackerel southwards where the water is warmer. It looks like the waters around Iceland are still too cold but