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In the Far East, 34% increased catch of salmon

Red Putin in the Far East is coming to an end, the press service of the Federal Agency for Fishery reports. The catch of Pacific salmon in the Far East amounted to 405 thousand tons as of September 20, 2016, which is 34,2% more than in the same period in 2014.

The salmon catch is traditionally compared by odd and even years.

“Putin is nearing completion. According to preliminary results, we can say that it was successful, almost all regions are ahead of schedule, "- said the deputy head of the Federal Agency for Fishery Vasily Sokolov, whose words are quoted in the message.

The Kamchatka Territory remains the leader in production, where the total catch reached 229 thousand tons, which is 64,5% more than in 2014. The catch of Pacific salmon in Chukotka amounted to more than 1,6 thousand tons. In the Khabarovsk Territory, salmon harvested by 36,9% more than in 2014 - 76,3 thousand tons.

In the Primorsky Territory, salmon fishing is almost complete. Production volume more than doubled the figures for 2014 and amounted to 4,23 thousand tons.

Fishing continues in the Magadan Region. Leading the indicators of 2014 is 69%, or 1,5 thousand tons - as of September 20, 3,68 thousand tons were produced.

In Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands, the catch of Pacific salmon lags behind the indicators of the same period in 2014 by 11,3% and is more than 90 thousand tons.

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