"Insight and possible solutions to improve the management of the European cormorant population to protect, among other things, endangered fish species were presented during a conference held in the European Parliament in Brussels. The panel speakers provided evidence to demonstrate that a European-wide management plan is needed to tackle the issue of the cormorant’s threat [...]
"Healthy freshwater ecosystems are essential for nature, for society and for economies. Yet not even half the waters in the EU are currently considered healthy. The EU Water Framework Directive (WFD), agreed by EU governments in 2000, is a holistic piece of legislation that aims to achieve good status of Europe’s freshwater bodies by 2027 [...]
"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 [...]
September will start in a few days, and this is the last month in which you can fish for sea trout in the Polish rivers. The Polish area of the CATCH project includes rivers that enter the Szczecin Lagoon, such as the Ina and Gowienica rivers. These are great sea trout fisheries. Beautiful and valiant [...]
The test version of the Fishing South Baltic platform is now online, at www.fishingsouthbaltic.eu
The CATCH Provider Survey Report - An Analysis of the Provider Side and Existing Offers on Coastal Angling Tourism in the South Baltic Region
Professor Krzysztof Skóra Hel Marine Station of the Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdańsk together with partners (including the Green Federation "GAIA", a Polish partner of the CATCH project) organized the “Fish Day in Hel”, which took place on July 28, 2018 in Hel, Poland. This year’s guiding species of fish was a broadnosed pipefish and [...]
We invite you to watch movies prepared by CATCH project partners.