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Over 28,5 tons of autumn chum salmon caught in JAR
More than 28,5 tons of autumn chum are caught in the JAR for various types of fisheries. It is noted that this is 97% of the allocated volumes. In the administration for the protection and use of animal world objects, the regional governments summed up the 2014 salmon season. Within the framework of commercial fishing, the quota has been fully mastered; 10 tons of chum salmon have been caught. Little did not catch up to the established catch rate within the limits of the fishing season, lovers of sport fishing, the press service of the governor and the government of the Jewish Autonomous Region reported.
Recall that in the EAO from 15 September on 15 October, autumn fishing was conducted in three fishing areas of the Tunguska River in Smidovichi region. The course of the fish was characterized by intensity, which enabled the closing of the volumes allocated for the EAO by the end of September.
At the request of Governor Alexander Vinnikov, the Amur Territorial Administration of Rosrybolovstvo considered the issue of additional allocation of the quota for catching chum salmon. The Fisheries Council granted this permission and, thus, the region received and successfully implemented a quota of another five tons of salmon.
According to the information of the department, the region is actively involved in the reproduction of fish stocks. Now, chum salmon caviar is being laid at salmon hatcheries. As of the end of October, about 34,4 million eggs were laid for incubation. In total, at the oldest enterprises in the region - Teplovsky and Bidzhansky factories, it is planned to increase the amount of laid eggs to 44,5 - 45 million pieces.
About Teplovsky Zavod delivered about 9-ti eggs from the lower Amur, in November about 10-ti million more will be planned. At the Bidzhan enterprise, about 25 million eggs were laid for incubation, of which about 400 were thousands of local chum salmon population.
In six months with a little carefully grown in the plants, the young will leave the incubators and go on a free voyage, restoring the fish resources of the Amur. In total, for the years of existence in EAO hatcheries, according to experts, about 1 billion fry of valuable Far Eastern fish were grown on them.