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Residents of Amur Region asked to cancel the ban on spring fishing

Residents of Amur Region asked to cancel the ban on spring fishing
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Fishermen in the Amur Region asked to lift the ban on spring amateur fishing. The community council at the Department for the Protection of the Wildlife of the Amur Region will send the collective appeal of the inhabitants of the region to the head of the Federal Agency for Fishery, Ilya Shestakov.

According to the current rules, from April 20 to May 30, fishing is completely prohibited on reservoirs in the Amur Region, with the exception of amateur fishing by vouchers. According to the press service of the Department for the Protection of Animal World of the Amur Region, residents of the region do not have the opportunity to fish for free in the spring, this causes social tension, since for many Amur residents fishing is a way of food.

The head of the Federal Agency for Fishery is asked to cancel the complete ban on spring amateur fishing. To protect early spawning fish species, the department is asked to maintain a ban on fishing on the rivers Nora, Dep, Ulm above the mouth of the Sect and Tom.

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