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The total catch of saury by Russian vessels exceeded the level of the previous year by 28%

The total catch of saury by Russian vessels with a traditional scheme of work and vessels with full autonomous processing reached 48 thousand tons, which is 28% higher than the level of the previous year. This is reported by the press service of Rosrybolovstvo following the results of the next meeting of the headquarters of the citadel.

According to the sectoral monitoring system, since the beginning of the season, saury has been fished by 241 vessels: 60 Russian, 169 Japanese and 12 South Korean. They caught about 86 thousand tons of saury, of which Japanese users - 30,931 thousand tons, users of the Republic of Korea - 7,302 thousand tons. The vessels of the Republic of Korea completed the fishery and left Russian waters. There are 56 Russian vessels currently participating in the fishery.

“The unfavorable weather conditions last week led to a decrease in the growth rate of catches. So, from October 6 to 12, slightly more than 3 thousand tons of saury were caught, which is almost 4 times lower than in the previous week (more than 11 thousand tons). But in general, the dynamics of the Russian catch remains higher than the level of the previous year, ”the department notes.

The total catch of aquatic biological resources by Russian users as of 14 October 2014 amounted to 3 million 305,5 thousand tons, which is 4,1% less than last year, mainly due to a decrease in pollock and salmon fish production in the Far Eastern fishing basin. In particular, the pollock catch in the Far Eastern Basin amounted to 1 million 346,9 thousand tons, which is 67,8 thousand tons less than the same date last year.

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