During the dispute, France even threatened to cut off the island’s electricity supply.
This comes as Britain and the EU reached the first ever annual deal on the management of shared fish stocks after Brexit.
However, France24 reporter Emerald Maxwell revealed that the fishing talks this week did not cover the Jersey dispute.
Ms Maxwell said: “The agreement does not resolve the dispute that erupted around Jersey last month between French and British fishermen which prompted the UK and France to send navy ships.
“Those fishing rights will be discussed at high-level Brexit meetings next week.”
The row has continued to flare up as just two weeks ago Jersey fishermen confronted a French trawler caught in the island’s protected waters.
Fisheries officers insisted the French trawler was not allowed to be there and that he had to stop fishing immediately.
However, the European Union welcomed the new deal, claiming it paves the way for future cooperation with Britain after months of tensions since the signing of the post-Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
In a statement, Brussels officials said the deal created a “strong basis for continued EU-UK cooperation in the area of fisheries”.
Under the Brexit fisheries pact, Brussels agreed to hand back 25 percent of its fishing rights by value in UK waters.
The new arrangement will be phased in over transition period between now and June 2026.
Wednesday’s EU-UK agreement was reached after a phone call between Environment Secretary George Eustice and EU fisheries boss Virginijus Sinkevicius.