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Catchs increased by 11% compared to last year - more than 1.25 million tons were caught
Thursday, March 23, 2023, 07:00 (GMT + 9)
According to the industry monitoring system, by March 21, Russian fishermen caught more than 1.25 million tons, which is 11% higher than the level of the same period in 2022.
Source: Federal Agency for Fisheries
- In the Far Eastern fishery basin, the total catch amounted to 996.6 thousand tons, which is 13.5% more than last year.
- The pollock fishery produced 799 thousand tons, which is 115.8 thousand tons more. The catch of cod increased by 3.6 thousand tons, up to 40.7 thousand tons, herring - by 1 thousand tons, up to 93.4 thousand tons, flounder - by 2.1 thousand tons, up to 16.1 thousand . tons.
- In the Northern fishery basin, the catch reached 110.3 thousand tons. Cod produced 61.3 thousand tons, haddock - 19.4 thousand tons, capelin - 23.1 thousand tons.
- In the Western Fisheries Basin, the total catch exceeded 24 thousand tons. 16.6 thousand tons were mined at the sprat fishery, 6.5 thousand tons were mastered for Baltic herring.
- In the Azov-Black Sea fishery basin, fishermen caught almost 9 thousand tons.
- In the Volga-Caspian fishery basin, the volume of production increased by 16.3% and reached 23.0 thousand tons. The sprat catch increased by 4.4 thousand tons - up to 20.4 thousand tons.
- In the exclusive economic zones of foreign states, conventional areas and the open part of the World Ocean, the volume of production by the Russian fleet amounted to 84.3 thousand tons.
Source: United Press Service | Federal Agency for Fisheries