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FISH11: Fishing, annual catches by reporting country, species, unit and time

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Tonnes product weight, Euro
Eurostat [fish_ld_main] (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, EU).
Delivered by National Statistics Institutes (Greenland).
Ålands statistik- och utredningsbyrå (ÅSUB) [Fiskets avkastning 2004-2021].
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All landings of fishery products into the reporting country's ports, by fishing vessels or other parts of the fishing fleet carrying the flag of the country or the flag of an EU or an EFTA country's flag. Also included are all landings of fishery products into non-EU and non-EEA countries' ports, by fishing vessels carrying the flag of the reporting country, that are destined for transport into the EU or EEA.

Inlcudes all forms in which the species is presented on the market.

Includes all destinations, i.e. both human consumption and industrial uses.

In the case of missing values all related higher-level aggregations arealso reported as missing. Further information can be obtained from the national statistical office.

For more information, please see the Eurostat Metadata.

Faroe Islands are currently in the process of restructuring their fishing statistics, new data expected in 2023.


FAO maintains the FAO ASFIS (Aquatic Sciences and Fishery Information System) list of Species for Fishery Statistics Purposes. Using this list, all species are identified by an internationally assigned three letter identifier (e.g. COD = A.2.2: Atlantic cod, PLE = A.1.5: European plaice). Based on their taxonomic, ecological and economic characteristics, the species are aggregated in 50 groups according to the FAO 'International Standard Statistical Classification for Aquatic Animals and Plants' (ISSCAAP). These groups are aggregated further to higher level groups, to which the codes F10, F20, . F90 are assigned.

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2017: Very few values are reported for Denmark, and of the few that are reported most are estimates. The majority of the missing values have been reported as confidential, following Eurostat guidelines on statistical confidentiality. These catches, as well as all related higher-level aggregations, are therefor not available. Further information can be obtained from the national statistical office.


No data available prior to 2008.

The figures are from all Greenlandic vessels with Greenlandic licenses and chartered vessels with Greenlandic licenses that have landed in Greenland and in other countries.

For all vessels that land in landing facilities in Greenland the catches are reported in product weight and in product price. For vessels landing abroad, the catches are reported in live weight and in live weight price.


Includes Åland.


European Union - 27 countries (from 2020)


Total finfish and shellfish

ISSCAAP code F08

A: Total marine fishes

ISSCAAP code F30

A.1: Total flounders, halibuts and soles

ISSCAAP code F31

A.1.1: Common dab

Species code DAB

A.1.2: European flounder

Species code FLE

A.1.3: Greenland halibut

Species code GHL

A.1.4: Lemon sole

Species code LEM

A.1.5: European plaice

Species code PLE

A.1.6: Other flounders, halibuts, soles

Flounders, halibuts and soles (ISSCAAP code 31) excluding the following species: DAB, FLE, GHL, LEM and PLE

A.2: Total cods, hakes and haddocks

ISSCAAP code F32

A.2.1: Blue whiting/Poutassou

Species code WHB

A.2.2: Atlantic cod

Species code COD

A.2.3: Haddock

Species code HAD

A.2.4: Ling

Species code LIN

A.2.5: Norway pout

Species code NOP

A.2.6: Saithe/Pollock

Species code POK

A.2.7: Tusk/Cusk

Species code USK

A.2.8: Other cods, hakes and haddocks

Cods, hakes and haddocks (ISSCAAP code F32) excluding the following species: WHB, COD, HAD, LIN, NOP, POK and USK

A.3: Total other marine fishes

Marine fishes (ISSCAAP code F30) excluding all flat fishes (ISSCAAP code F31) and all cods, hakes and haddoks (ISSCAAP code F32)

A.3.1: Capelin

Species code CAP

A.3.2: Atlantic herring

Species code HER

A.3.3: Atlantic horse mackerel

Species code HOM

A.3.4: Atlantic mackerel

Species code MAC

A.3.5: Redfish

Includes the following species: REB, RED, REG and SEV

A.3.6: Sandeels/Sandlances nei

Species code SAN

A.3.7: European sprat

Species code SPR

A.3.8: Other marine fishes

Marine fishes (ISSCAAP code F30) excluding all flat fishes (ISSCAAP code F31), all cods, hakes and haddocks (ISSCAAP code F32) and the following species: CAP, HER, HOM, MAC, REB, RED, REG, SEV, SAN and SPR

B: Total shellfish

ISSCAAP code F04

B.1: Total crabs and sea-spiders

ISSCAAP code F42

B.1.1: European lobster

Species code LBE

B1.2: Norway lobster

Species code NEP

B.2: Total shrimps and prawns

ISSCAAP code F45

B.3: Other shellfish

Shellfish (ISSCAAP code F04) excluding all crabs and sea-spiders (ISSCAAP code F42), all shrimps and prawns (ISSCAAP code F45) and the following species: LBE and NEP

C: Total freshwater and diadromous fish

ISSCAAP code F02

C.1: Total river eels

ISSCAAP code F22

C.2: Total carps, barbels and other cyprinids

ISSCAAP code F11

C.2.1: Burbot

Species code FBU

C.2.2: European perch

Species code FPE

C.2.3: European whitefish

Species code PLN

C.2.4: Pikes

Includes the following species: FPI and FPP

C.2.5: Atlantic salmon

Species code SAL

C.2.6: Sea trout

Species code TRS

C.3: Other freshwater and diadromous fish

Freshwater and diadromous fish (ISSCAAP code F02) excluding all river eels (ISCAAP code F22), all carps, barbels and other cyprinids (ISSCAAP code F11) and the following species: FBU, FPE, PLN, FPI, FPP, SAL and TRS


Tonnes product weight

The weight recorded is the weight of the product as landed (landed weight).


The price quoted is that at the time of the first sale of the product. For products which are not immediately sold or which are subject to a contract or other arrangement, the average price has been estimated by the national authorities using a method appropriate for that particular situation.