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Putin 2020 postponed in Kamchatka

Putin 2020 postponed in Kamchatka
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Starting this year, Kamchatka will have new rules for starting Putin. Industrial fishing will no longer open on a fixed date, and this year will begin later than usual.

According to the press service of the Government of the Kamchatka Territory, fishing rules will change to preserve valuable fish species. This year, it was decided to postpone industrial catch for several days until optimal spawning is provided.

Such measures were taken on the recommendation of VNIRO. According to scientists, in the previous two years there was an insufficient number of producers of early forms of sockeye that passed into the river. To start fishing in the Ust-Kamchatka region, experts suggest waiting until the pass of sockeye salmon producers for spawning reaches 120–150 thousand copies in total or 30–60 thousand copies of the early form of sockeye salmon in the basin of Lake Azabachye.

VNIRO will keep fish records daily. Now the passage of fish into the Kamchatka River is going well. According to VNIRO, about 40 thousand fish enter the river. The necessary indicators can be achieved in the coming days, after which they will announce a new start date for Putin.

At the same time, river amateur fishing under licenses is permitted from June 1, with the exception of the Paratunka and Avach rivers, fishing on which will open on July 5.
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