|MONDAY 25th March 2019|
|NAME OF BOAT||SOLE||CUTTLE FISH||MIXED FISH||COMMENTS|
|CHLOE OF LADRAM||19||54||88||5 X 8 ESC|
|LADY MAUREEN||11.5||59||75||3 X 8|
|SAM OF LADRAM||13||64||88||15 X 8 ESC|
|STEPHANIE||6||46||55||3 X 8 ESC|
|OUR DAVID GEORGE||2||4||22||5 X 8 ESC|
|DAY BOATS||SINGLE DAY||Squid||Lemons||Cuttle|
|NAME OF BOAT||TOTAL BOXES|
|NAME OF BOAT|
|All above information is approximate and unconfirmed until point of sale|
|BOATS EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS|
|26TH MARCH 19||27th MARCH 19||
28th MARCH 19
|29th MARCH 19||1st APRIL 19|
|ROBIN OF LADRAM||OUR MIRANDA||EMILIA JAYNE|
|MARGARET OF LADRAM|
The Responsible Fishing Scheme has been developed to raise standards in the catching sector, enabling those within the seafood supply chain to demonstrate their commitment to the responsible sourcing of seafood. The aim is that, over time, accreditation will become a condition of supply.
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Senior Marine Trials Officer at the Marine Management Organisation, writes about how trials are looking at how a fish discards ban may work.
Fisheries Minister George Eustice recently said that the UK is: “committed to further extension of catch quota schemes as part of transition to CFP reform”. These schemes, involving the UK fishing industry and the Marine Management Organisation (MMO), are showing that there is a viable alternative to discards, ensuring a sustainable future for both our fish stocks and our fishing fleet.
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