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Salmon fishing in the south-west of Sakhalin has been restricted for almost a month by the Commission for the Regulation of Anadromous Fish Species - EastRussia | Far East

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For almost a month, the salmon fishery in the south-west of Sakhalin has limited the commission for regulating the production of anadromous fish species

This step is dictated by the need to skip producers into rivers. Term restrictions - from 00-00 hours 30 June to 00-00 hours 20 July. At this moment, the traps close to the shore of the fixed seines installed on the fishing grounds from Cape Krillon to Cape Pogibi must be protected. It is necessary to raise and the central wings of stubborn seines at a distance of not less than 100 meters from the shore

For almost a month, the salmon fishery in the south-west of Sakhalin has limited the commission for regulating the production of anadromous fish species
It should be noted that the south-western coast of Sakhalin is depressive with respect to the "red fish". According to the forecast of the branch science this summer, the pink salmon approaches should be only 1200 tons. At the same time, scientists proposed to install 60 seines on this site, the press service of the regional government said.

“According to 29 of June, the catch here has already exceeded 250 tons,” said Igor Bystrov, Deputy Chairman of the Sakhalin Oblast Government. - However, the survey showed that the spawning grounds are empty. There was a real threat to the continued existence of the southwest coastal population. It took action.

As a result of the discussion, it was decided to limit fishing. Stitching coastal traps, raising part of the central wings of the seines will allow the fish of the local population to spawn along the coastline to the rivers of the south-west coast to skip. At the same time, fishermen will be able to continue fishing for the so-called transit pink salmon. It spawns in other fishing areas offshore.

In the passing period, fishing is also forbidden by folding seines and stern nets, with the exception of amateur and sport fishing and fishing in order to implement the traditional way of life. To this end, the commission reserved 176,8 tons of pink salmon on the southwestern coast of Sakhalin.