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The governor of the EAO appealed to the Amursky Rosrybolovstva department with a request to allocate additional quotas for the catch of chum salmon

The governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region, Alexander Vinnikov, turned to the Amur Territorial Administration of the Federal Agency for Fishery with a request to further allocate the area of ​​catch quotas for the autumn chum salmon. The quotas allocated to the region for the period of the salmon season, which began on September 15, have almost been exhausted, the press service of the regional government reports. This is due to the enhanced movement of the fish and the activity of the fishermen, who implemented all paid vouchers. It is known that in the Jewish Autonomous Region this year, the 3 fishing area on the Tunguska River in the Smidovichi district was allocated.

The Fisheries Council approved an additional quota for the Jewish Autonomous Region of 5 tons. Catch this volume of fish possible in the period until 15 October 2014 year.

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