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By the end of September, the total catch of Kamchatka crab amounted to 1953 tons - Rosrybolovstvo

According to the Center for Fisheries Monitoring System and Communication, by the end of September the total catch of Kamchatka crab was 1953 tons, that is, 40,5% of the allocated volumes were mastered. Kamchatka users produced 625 tons (32%), seaside users - 721 tons (37%), Khabarovsk - 310 tons (16%), Sakhalin - 297 tons (15%). This was reported by the press service of the Federal Agency for Fishery.

The course of the crab fishing was discussed at the first meeting of its headquarters this year, which was chaired by Andrey Gornichnykh, head of the fisheries management department of the Federal Agency for Fisheries. “In general, the state of the Kamchatka crab stocks, the current fishing situation and weather conditions allow us to speak of good prospects for the successful development of the remaining volumes of crabs by the Far Eastern fishermen,” the Federal Agency for Fishery says.

According to the North-Eastern Territorial Administration of the Federal Agency for Fishery, in 2014, 99 permits were issued for catching all types of crabs, 22 of them for catching Kamchatka crab. As of September 29, 15 vessels are fishing for Kamchatka crab on the West coast of Kamchatka, with most of the fleet concentrated in the West Kamchatka subarea.

The average daily catch of Kamchatka crab fishing vessels in Western Kamchatka is 85 tons, the average daily catch per vessel is 5,6 tons. Since the beginning of the fishery, the average daily catch for all types of vessels is significantly higher - 8,8 tons. according to FSUE KamchatNIRO, half of the fishing vessels deliver live crabs due to good market demand for this type of product.

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