"The EU's Council of Ministers will meet on September 27th when it is expected to adopt a measure meaning EU citizens will finally be able to keep sea bass caught recreationally from October 1st until the end of 2018. Once adopted, one bass per day can be legally retained by anglers and other recreational fishers [...]
The European Commission has published its proposal for next year fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea. The proposal covers cod, herring, salmon, plaice and sprat stocks.
The representative of the Catch project visited the Annual Conference of the Cooperation Program. The ceremony took place on 18/09/2018 in Szczecin, in the Culture Center of the Euroregion "Stara Rzeźnia". During the conference, you could familiarize yourself with the current state of implementation of the Program, plans for the future and projects implemented in [...]