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Far Eastern fishermen are setting a new record
In the Far East, the first results of salmon Putin were summed up. At first, 420 thousand tons of red fish were caught in rivers and marine waters. Experts compare this volume with the 2017 year when record-low spawning approaches were observed and talked about an increase in production by almost half.
According to the press service of the Federal Agency for Fishery, the main catch is attributable to Kamchatka - it grew by 58% and by August reached 68,4 thousand tons of fish. 9,4 thousand tons of Pacific salmon were harvested in the Magadan Region, which is 67% more than the level of 2017 of the year. But on Sakhalin, the catch decreased by 11% and amounted to 21,6 thousand tons.
In Khabarovsk square, 27,4% was utilized less - only 15,6 thousand tons. One reason is the closure of summer Putin. After the 2017 year, when not only industrialists and fish hatcheries, but also natural spawning grounds were left without fish, they decided to ban summer fishing for a while in order to preserve the salmon population.
According to experts, the total catch exceeded the 2017 of the year by 46% and has already reached a record level. At present, fishing for pink salmon and coho salmon continues, and chum salmon approaches have begun in the rivers.