The overall aim of the survey was to collect data to support the CRIMAC center activities and the LoVe observatory. The survey was carried out on board GO Sars between the 26th of november and 3rd of December 2022 in the fjords and coastal areas off Troms including the overwintering areas of Norwegian spring spawning herring. The first part of the survey focused on further development of in trawl camera systems and data processing from such systems, testing and developing a trawl positioning system and fish detection and behavioural studies in front and inside the trawl using combined acoustic and optic methods. The second leg of the survey focused mainly on broadband acoustic data, including sizing of fish using broadbanded acoustics, noise estimation, calibration, time series consistency when changing to broad band acoustics, gas seep detection as well as performing the standard IMR LoVe transect. Eighteen scientists and technicians participated in the survey representing CRIMAC partner institutes Scantrol Deep Vision AS, Kongsberg Maritime AS, University of Bergen and Norsk Regnesentral in addition to IMR.