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On Sakhalin 1 June, the salmon fishing starts

Pacific salmon fishing will begin on southwestern Sakhalin 1 June 2014. This date was approved by 23 in May at a meeting of the commission regulating the production of anadromous fish species.

Fishing for red fish in the Far East will take place at different times in different regions. On Sakhalin it will be mainly gorubsha and summer chum salmon. Fishing will begin in southwestern Sakhalin from June 1 and will end on July 31; fishing on the northwestern coast of the island will go from June 21 to August 31. In total, in its southwestern part, it is recommended to catch 1170 tons of pink salmon and 5 tons of chum salmon, in the northwestern part - 1300 tons of pink salmon and 1327 tons of chum salmon.

In the Northern Kuriles, in addition to pink and chum salmon, sockeye salmon, coho salmon and chinook salmon will be caught. Experts recommended to catch 2 thousand tons of pink salmon, 443 tons of chum salmon, more than 900 tons of sockeye salmon, 200 tons of coho salmon and one ton of chinook salmon. On the Iturup Island, Putin will start on 6 July. There can be developed 26,2 thousand tons of pink salmon. On Kunashir, red fish will be caught from July 26 - the catch here will be much more modest - only 300 tons.

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