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In the Khabarovsk Territory, a record of catching salmon

In the Khabarovsk Territory, the salmon fishing season has ended. This year, the fishermen set a new catch record - 67 thousand tons, the governor's press service reported.

“The previous all-time maximum was reached in 2012,” said the acting director. Head of the Department of Aquatic Bioresources and Fisheries Alexander Barchuk. - The catch then amounted to about 51 thousand tons. This time the course of the fish was such that the ministry had to repeatedly revise the recommended quotas upwards. "

Alexander Barchuk stressed that much in this way depended on the readiness of the fishing enterprises, which in the province are more than a hundred. The fishing volumes of fish producers of the Amur River basin and the Amur estuary increased significantly. It is here that the main part of the record is extracted - 47,8 thousand tons. Nearly 11 thousand tons of fish were caught on the mainland coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk. In the subarea "Primorye" north of the Golden Cape - 5,3 thousand tons.

Contributed to catch and weather conditions. Several factors coincided at once - the absence of protracted cyclones, favorable hydrology, which caused a good filling of the spawning grounds. According to some scientific experts, this year may have been the peak of the 12-year cycle.

This season, the Khabarovsk Territory became the only DFO subject that surpassed the 2012 catch results. Since 18 October, the road has been completed, and an anomalous fish species has been banned.

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