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Chukotka enterprises have already harvested more than 140 tons of salmon

Chukotka enterprises have already harvested more than 140 tons of salmon
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More than 140 tons of salmon were harvested by Chukotka enterprises. The total salmon catch for today is 140,5 tons: 107,7 tons of sockeye salmon, 10,4 tons of pink salmon, 22,4 tons of chum salmon.

According to the press service of the regional government, the Chukotoptorg company caught most of the fish. She first started working in the south of the district. In total, more than 100 tons of sockeye salmon were received at two fish bases. An additional 6,5 tons were allocated from the reserve.

The Chukotrybpromkhoz enterprise harvested 15,4 tons of salmon: 12 tons of chum salmon, three tons of pink salmon and 440 kg of sockeye salmon. The main fisherman of the Okrug mainly works in the water area of ​​the Anadyr estuary. There a mass arrival of fish is expected within a week.

According to the head of the district fishery department, Sergei Redkin, in the river part of the estuary, one individual entrepreneur reported so far for the first production - he got a little more than 500 kg of salmon. The Aquamarine company in the area of ​​the village of Meinipilgino harvested ten tons of salmon.

In total, in Putin-2020, the district's industrial enterprises will be able to catch 2 tons of red fish, with another 855,6 tons in reserve. 1 800 tons of salmon have been allocated for traditional fishing. Amateur fishermen are allowed to catch almost 1 tons; today their total catch is 103,6 kg.

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