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Salmon fishing was completed in the greater territory of Kamchatka

Salmon fishing was completed in the greater territory of Kamchatka
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In the Kamchatka Territory, the fishery for Pacific salmon and char has been completed. Fishing with nets is prohibited in the West Kamchatka, Kamchatka-Kuril subzones and rivers flowing into it. The restrictions also apply to Ust-Kamchatsky and Milkovsky districts.

According to SVTU Rosrybolovstva, restrictions also apply to recreational fishing, if fishing is carried out with nets, and traditional for indigenous peoples.

For the Karaginskaya, Petropavlovsko-Komandorskaya, West Kamchatka, Kamchatka-Kuril subzones, restrictions on amateur fishing for Pacific salmon will begin to operate from 25 October. In addition to salmon and char, since September 22, catching catfish is prohibited for traditional and amateur fishing in the West Kamchatka and Kamchatka-Kuril subareas.

In addition to restrictions, additional catch volumes have been established. On the Bolshaya River, you can catch six tons of coho salmon, three tons of coho salmon in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, and half a ton of chum salmon in the Palana River. 

In total, according to preliminary data, the catch of Kamchatka fishermen amounted to 440,3 thousand tons.

 

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