Visor drops out of job shot sale: ‘Brexit deal isn’t so bad’

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“To govern is to look to the future.” That was the sentence Tholen’s fisherman Job Shot said for a Brexit deal late last year. It was not clear at the time whether this would be a deal or a no-deal scenario. This is why Schott put his ship up for sale in case the deal went bad.

But this did not happen. The permits were issued by the United Kingdom and meant the network could be closed again. That shot can remove the mark for sale. “We’ve got permission and luckily no longer need to sell my ship. I’m happy with it. For myself, for my son and for the boys on board.”

If you catch a lot of fish, there will be a lot of fish too, so why do we have to leave?”

ARM15’s Jan Scherer on the status of Norwegian waters.

There were also fears of containment in territorial waters earlier this year. The United Kingdom indicated that they would, among other things, deploy warships for this. The fishermen feared that the investigation would be too strict and would take a long time. “The closer you got to England, the more scared you got. But they were on board, even with allies and it wasn’t that bad.”

It should be noted that in Zealand fishermen are allowed to catch an average of 25 percent less in English waters for all types of fish caught. But now the nets can be pulled out again and this is good news for the estimated one hundred Zealand households who depend on fishing in the region.

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Norwegian water

Traps can also be removed in Norwegian waters. As a result of the Brexit situation, Norway earlier this year decided to close its watershed for three months. They wanted better agreements with European fishermen. This was a blow to the fishermen of Zealand who had just arrived in Norwegian waters from the British.

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One of the cutters that did this late last year was Jan Scherer’s ARM 15 from Arnmeuden. According to him, the shutdown was completely unexpected. “We’ve never experienced something like this before. And then you can fish three months less and that affects your income.”

The area has now been reopened and permits have been issued here as well. But with a warning from the Norwegian government. It has decided that part of the area may be closed to fishermen if the fishermen feel that there is too much fishing. They can do this because they are not members of the European Union.

Jan Scherer finds this incomprehensible. “If you catch a lot of fish, there are also a lot of fish, so why go there? We have our quota and we’re not allowed to catch anymore. So what’s the problem?” But that said, the trap can now be removed from there as well and that’s the most important thing, according to Sheyer. “Now you have more options, so that’s a positive.”

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