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The catch of Pacific salmon in the Far East fisheries basin by 12 August amounted to 188 thousand tons - Rosrybolovstvo

As of 12 in August 2014, the catch of Pacific salmon in the Far Eastern Fishery Basin amounted to 188 thousand tons, which is less than the catch for the same period of 2012 year (analogous year) by 94 thousand tons. According to the press service of the Federal Agency for Fisheries, these data were announced at the next meeting of the headquarters for the salmon fishing season.

According to the report, only the Khabarovsk Territory, which is ahead of 2012 of the year by almost 4 thousand tons, has a positive catch rate. The catch of Pacific salmon in this region amounted to more than 30 thousand tons. The main increase in catch was due to the pink salmon and chum on the continental coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk (North Okhotsk subzone), as well as the summer chum of the Amur River and the estuary.

Following the meeting, the Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Fisheries, Vasily Sokolov, instructed KamchatNIRO, SakhNIRO and the Khabarovsk branch of the TINRO-Center to promptly consider the issues of adjusting the volumes of possible catch of Pacific salmon. The territorial departments were also instructed to formulate proposals for organizing the preparation and implementation of a set of measures aimed at preventing price increases and increasing the supply of fish products in the domestic market.

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