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In the south-west of Sakhalin, pink salmon

At a meeting of the regional commission for the organization of the production of anadromous fish species, it was decided to end the salmon fishery in south-west Sakhalin from 26 July. The meeting was held by Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Karepkin.

The seine in the southwest of the island should be withdrawn before 12: 00 28 July, according to the information policy department. The meeting participants took into account the recommendations of specialists from SakhNIRO, Sakhalinrybvod and the territorial administration of the Federal Agency for Fishery. From the beginning of the fishing season, local fishermen have produced more than 1,6 thousands of tons of this species of salmon, which is 96,5 percent of the volume allowed for catch.

Also, the commission made a decision to install fish-counting barriers on the Chirkovka and Kurilka rivers to account for the fish that comes here to spawn. In total, on the rivers of Sakhalin and the Kuriles in the present Putin it is planned to erect already 15 such barriers. Today, all of them are equipped without the right to seize excess producers, but such a restriction can be removed if there is a threat of fish blockage on specific spawning reservoirs.

In addition, two more places have been allocated for salmon fishing for representatives of the small indigenous peoples of the North of Sakhalin. This time, in the Okhinsky district, they are provided with plots in the Sakhalin Bay - from the Naumovka River to the Rybnoye Village, as well as in the Pomry Bay - from Cape Il-Ix to Cape Tatyana.

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