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This year's syringe continues with an increase in the catch of 19 thousand tonnes

As of November 5, 2014, the total catch of saury by Russian users amounted to about 65 thousand tons, which exceeds the figure for the same date last year - by 19 thousand tons, according to the press service of the Federal Agency for Fishery.

The total catch in the exclusive economic zone of the Russian Federation by Russian, Japanese and Korean vessels amounted to about 103 thousand tons, which is 79 thousand tons more than in the 2013 year, and by 87 thousand tons - in the 2012 year. The difference is due to the large catch of Russia, Japan and the Republic of Korea.

Currently, there are 54 Russian-flagged fishing vessels in the fishing area. Receiving and processing vessels in the region - five units, acceptance is also carried out by RK "Ostrovnoy" and the settlement of Krabozavodskaya on the island. Shikotan.

Until the previous week, the dynamics of Russian fishing remained very high. However, unfavorable weather conditions led to a decrease in the catch rate: the increase in catch over the past week was only about 2,5 thousand tonnes. Based on the efficiency of fishing and the level of fishing loads, the catch at the end of October is at least 7-9 thousand tonnes. Under more favorable weather conditions, the catch of the Russian fleet would by now overcome the level of 70 thousand tons.

Over the past week, occasional fishing was conducted south of Fr. Shikotan, by the beginning of the week the fishing area had shifted to the south, where on the front of the second branch of Oyashio near the border of the Russian EEZ, fish accumulations were found. It is assumed that after the end of the storms the vessels will continue to work on this site.

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