Sprat, Kamchatka crab, opiloi crab and cod
Ministry increased quotas for cod, sprat and crab
Friday, July 03, 2020, 16:40 (GMT + 9)
In the Western Fisheries Basin, the total allowable catch (TAC) of sprats (sprats) for 2020 is increased by 4 thousand tons - up to 46.5 thousand tons.
The corresponding order of the Ministry was signed on June 26, adjustments were made in three fishery basins.
By Order No. 348 of June 26, 2020, the Ministry amended the previously approved total allowable catch in inland sea waters, in the exclusive economic zone, on the continental shelf, in the exclusive economic zone of the Russian Federation and in the Caspian Sea for 2020.
In addition, for fishermen of the Northern Fisheries Basin, the odds of Kamchatka crab were increased from 9.94 to 10.94 thousand tons, and striguna-opilio crab increased from 9.84 to 13.25 thousand tons, they commented in Kaliningrad today, June 30, 2020, To the correspondent of IA Profit RU in the West Baltic Territorial Administration of the Federal Agency for Fishery.
Fishermen of the Far Eastern fisheries basin received the long-awaited increase in the pollack odds in the West Bering Sea zone to 390 thousand tons. The total permissible catch of cod in this area has grown to 105 thousand tons, it is allowed to harvest 676 tons more of blue crab. The ODE of pollock in the Chukotka zone increased to 0.8 thousand tons, and the ODE of cod in this zone increased by 1 thousand tons and now amounts to 15 thousand tons.