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The fish industry of the Khabarovsk Territory is preparing to set a new record

Salmon fishing season in the Khabarovsk Territory continues to move ahead of schedule, the press service of the regional government reports. Since the beginning of summer, the enterprises of the region have harvested more than 48 thousand tons of Pacific salmon. This is 7,3 thousand tons above the level of the same period 2012 year, similar in terms of fishing.

According to the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Territory, to date, fishing has been practically completed in the Sakhalin Bay, the North Sea of ​​Okhotsk and the seaside subzones - fishing here will last until mid-September.

“At the beginning of the month, a powerful course of the autumn chum salmon began on the Amur. Less than a week after the start of fishing, an adjustment was made to the allowable production volumes upward by 7,1 thousand tons. Thus, the new forecast for the catch of Pacific salmon for 2014 is 55-57 thousand tons. Such a result will become a new historical maximum, ”said Sergei Ryabchenko, Chairman of the Fisheries Committee of the Regional Ministry of Natural Resources.

He also noted that the Khabarovsk Territory this year became the only subject of the Far Eastern Federal District, whose enterprises surpassed the results of Putin's year 2012. Pacific salmon fishing in the region will last until early October.

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