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    Originally posted by pilotdane View Post
    How far do the boats have to go to catch capelin? I assume it is rather close coastal fishing.

    For the moment they are catching capelin about 35 nautical miles north of North cape (Magerøya in Finnmark county)

    Last edited by Azimut; February 23rd, 2010, 20:05.
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    Bengt Domben

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      Some photos of the capelin fleet awaiting at Breivika harbour tonight.

      "Nordfisk"



      "Fiskebas" and "Elisabeth" on the inside.



      "Vestfart"



      "Siglar"

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        Very nice evening shots full of atmosphere.

        Makes me realize that I should go out at night as well, firstly for a walk and exercise, secondly to get some evening shooting practice.
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          "Herøyhav" moored at Breivika harbour today.



          "Nybo" moored at quay No.25 at Breivika harbour.



          "Båragutt" inbound to Tromsø at noon today.

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            Ha-8, zk 57, won 77.






            Here are photo`s from the Fishingboats HA-8, ZK 57, WON 77.
            Harbour Harlingen 23-2-2010 (The Netherlands)

            Regards Germen
            Last edited by Germen; February 26th, 2010, 20:27.

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              "Rogne" on her way south with 800 tons capelin onboard at noon today.





              "Roaldsen" on her way back to the capelin fields to catch more.



              Liner "Frøyanes Senior" on her way south this afternoon.



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              Bengt Domben

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                I looks like the weather has improved. They are not all covered with ice.

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                  There has been much milder in recent days. Yesterday was +5-6 degrees and rain, today is - 3 degrees and snow showers. Snow showers will continue for the next few days.

                  "Gardar" on her way out from Tromsø earlier today.

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                    Originally posted by Asimut View Post
                    There has been much milder in recent days. Yesterday was +5-6 degrees and rain, today is - 3 degrees and snow showers. Snow showers will continue for the next few days.

                    "Gardar" on her way out from Tromsø earlier today.

                    ......
                    The "floor-to-ceiling-windows" really stand out, and probably makes a great view from the bridge. Interesting detail.
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                      "Kvannøy" inbound to Tromsø this early afternoon.



                      Last edited by Azimut; March 9th, 2010, 15:58.
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                        "Libas" docking at Breivika harbor earlier today.



                        "Rogne" on her way to refuel before she set course to the capelin field.



                        "Quo Vadis" also on her way to refuel.

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                        Bengt Domben

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                          Libas is undoubtedly one of the finest looking fishing vessels ever made.
                          With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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                            Originally posted by pakarang View Post
                            Libas is undoubtedly one of the finest looking fishing vessels ever made.
                            100% agree with you. Fine lines on this fishing vessel.

                            There is a long tail of fishing vessels from Tromsø to Vardo. All are of course looking for capelin.
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                            Bengt Domben

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                              "Smaragd" south Tromsøysundet this morning with 1100 tons capelin onboard.



                              "Kvalskjær" with 690 tons capelin.



                              "Gollenes" with 700 tons capelin.



                              and the last one this morning so far "Rødholmen" with 350 tons capelin.

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                                "Siglar" inbound to Tromsø in snowhowers to deliver 460 tons capelin this afternoon. The weather is extremely varied today ....



                                "Havglans" on her way south with 450 tons capelin.

                                Last edited by Azimut; March 12th, 2010, 17:02.
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