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In Kamchatka and Chukotka, quotas for salmon fishing have been used by 86%

In Kamchatka and Chukotka, quotas for salmon fishing have been used by 86%

As of September 5, the salmon catch amounted to 437 663 tons, which is 86% of the planned volume of 511 225 tons. In the Kamchatka Territory, Putin is entering its final stage; from September 11, industrial, traditional and amateur fishing with nets will be banned.

According to the press service of the SVTU FAR, in Kamchatka, the Karaginskaya subzone is the leader in terms of catch. Here, 208 606 tons of salmon were harvested, which is lower than in 2019. In the Petropavlovsko-Komandorskaya subzone, 14 tons were harvested, and in the West Bering Sea zone, the catch was only 570 tons of salmon.

A total of 109 tons of fish were caught in the West Kamchatka subarea. This is 599 times higher than the same indicators of the record-breaking 2,7. In the Kamchatka-Kuril subarea, 2019 tons were mined, which is 98 times more than in 768.

In Chukotka, Putin is also coming to an end. While the results are below the level of 2019, the catch was 4 tons.

For the rest of the fish species in Chukotka, quotas have been mastered by only 66,3%. In Kamchatka, industrial and coastal quotas for aquatic biological resources have been mastered by 49,8%. The worst situation this year is with pollock. The production volumes of this resource turned out to be lower by 2020 tons compared to 115. Also, the catch of the Commander squid was 021 tons less, and the navaga was 11 tons less. For Far Eastern flounders, the lag from last year's level is 816 tons, and for greenplants - 9 tons. Only the Pacific herring “added” - the figures were 017 6 tons higher than last year.

The total crab catch was also 641 tonnes lower than last year. The total volume was 11 802 tons.

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