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Pollock catch volumes to increase in Khabarovsk Territory

Pollock catch volumes to increase in Khabarovsk Territory
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The Ministry of Agriculture of Russia increased the allowable catch of pollock for the Khabarovsk Territory to 192 thousand tons - by 2,6 thousand tons more than in 2019. Fisheries have already begun to develop allocated quotas.

According to the press service of the regional government, the catch is in the fishing areas of the Far East basin from the North Kuril Islands, the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, East Kamchatka to the Bering Sea. The enterprises have 13 large-tonnage and three medium-tonnage vessels equipped for trawl fishing for pollock, as well as for its processing on board.

Fishers will catch Alaska pollock until April 15th. Then the season will close at the time of massive spawning of pollock, and will resume on October 15. In the Bering Sea and Eastern Kamchatka, pollock fishing is interrupted from February 15 to May 15, and fishing can be carried out in the Northern Kuril Islands and Eastern Sakhalin year-round.

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