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About 70% of the pollock quota is mastered on Sakhalin

Sakhalin fishermen for January-July of the current year caught 285,3 thousand tons of pollock or 67,4% of the recommended volume, the press service of the Sakhalin-Kuril Territory Administration (SKTU) of the Russian Fishery Agency reported.

Last year, during this period, the pollock catch exceeded 310 thousand tons, or almost 70% of the quota.

According to the operational information of the fishing vessels, they are relatively successfully harvested in the territorial sea and the exclusive econom zone of the northern and southern Kuriles, where, from the beginning of the current year, over 100 thousand tons of fish have been fished. In this area, trawlers and sterkoder take on 40-50 tons of fish per day.

Less than 1 tons were mined in the Petropavlovsko-Komandorskaya subarea, where long lines of drifter nets used by salmon vessels are a hindrance for the "pollock".

“The Sea of ​​Okhotsk is still“ resting. ”On October 15, fishing will be opened in the North Okhotsk subzone (for winter fishing in 2014, more than 52 thousand tons of pollock were taken here) and on November 1 - in the West Kamchatka and Kamchatka-Kuril subzones of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk ( in winter 2014 more than 63 thousand tons and about 18 thousand tons of pollock were taken here, respectively), "the message says.

The total catch of the crews of the BATMs (trawlers) "Aniva" and "Sakhalin Island" makes up almost 20 thousand tons of fish, 15 thousand tons from the BATMs "Pilenga" and "Pilenga-2". The team of the Mys Menshikov stercoder, with a result of about 9 thousand tons, worked better than others among medium-tonnage vessels.

In the Alaska pollock, about 30 Sakhalin subscript vessels are involved. These vessels produced 176,6 thousand tonnes of pollock products.

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