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2022 Was a Boom Year For Falklands Squid and Finfish Fleets

Saturday, March 11th 2023 - 23:48 UTC
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Fisheries authorities in the Falkland Islands have said that 2022 was a bumper year for the squid and hake fishing fleets licenced by the territory. Sixteen ships caught a remarkable 101,166 tonnes of loligo squid; a catch that was exceeded only in 1989 when 118,120 tonnes were landed, although that record catch was achieved by almost three times as many ships. Read full article


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  • Falklands-Free

    See the Argentine embargo on our fishing industry is working, NOT. The islands are forging ahead as planned.
    I am sure it will continue to go from strength to strength in the coming years , while our nearest aggressive neighbours continue to slump.
    Not bad for people that apparently do not exist.

    Mar 13th, 2023 - 03:05 pm - Link - Report abuse +2
  • King Penguin

    Prior to the Falklands war , when the British foreign office was trying to placate Argentina, they once famously said there are no fish around the Falkland islands when enquiries were made about protecting the local fishing grounds and developing local fishing opportunities.!

    Mar 13th, 2023 - 08:09 pm - Link - Report abuse +1

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