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The timing of the production of smelt and loach in the Sakhalin Oblast

The Commission for the Regulation of the Production of Anadromous Species of Fish of the Sakhalin Region established the timing of the extraction of Asian toothy smelt and char. The meeting was held by the head of the regional fishery agency Pavel Kolotushkin. Fishing began on 1 February, and it will end on 30 November.

In order to preserve the population, smelting is prohibited during spawning. In the south-eastern part of Sakhalin, from Cape Aniva to Cape Soymonov and in the Bay of Terpenia, fishing is prohibited from 15 May on 15 June. In the Aniva Bay it can not be mined from 20 April on 20 May. In the northeastern part of Sakhalin, from cape Terpenia to Cape Elizabeth, you can not extract smelt from 10 May on 15 June.

At the same time, the fishery for smelt and char is to be banned due to the spawning of Pacific salmon. In the West Sakhalin subzone from 1 June to 15 September, in the East Sakhalin subzone from 30 July to 10 October.

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