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Catch of saury in the Far East has become the largest in the last 5 years

The saury fishery in the Far East, which began in June this year and ended in late November, became the largest for 5 years. It was extracted for 20 thousand tons of saury more than last year, which ultimately amounted to 71 thousand tons - said the Pacific Research Fisheries Center.

As the main reason for the growth, TINRO-Center calls large saury inputs into Russian waters. Simultaneously with this it is noted that this year for the first time the saury fishery passed without conflicts with Japanese saury trees operating in Russian waters.

Next year, the catch in the South Kurile zone is planned to be 180 thousand tons of saury, to the Russian users of them 123 thousand tons will be delivered. In general, in the Far East in 1 quarter 2015 year will be extracted more than 930 thousand tons of aquatic biological resources. The basis of the fishery will be pollock.
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