Views: 2 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-12-15 Origin: UCN
The Russian Federation's Fisheries Agency (Rosrybolovstvo) issued "Directive 707" on December 5, determining the fishing quota for the Far East in 2023, as follows:
Pollock (the quota in brackets is for 2022): 473,892 tons (409,700 tons) in the western Bering Sea production area, 289,600 tons (344,200 tons) in the northern part of the Okhotsk Sea, 294,125 tons (344,200 tons) in the western part of the Kamchatka Peninsula, 227,728 tons (267,600 tons) in the Kamchatka Kuril Islands area, 101,440 tons (122,700 tons) in the eastern Sakhalin Island area, 60,613 tons (60,700 tons) in the Karajinsky area, Petropavlovsk Komandolsk Division: 69620 tons (74800 tons), coastal border area: 26682 tons (20700 tons), South Kuril Islands Division: 123630 tons (135000 tons), North Kuril Islands Division: 86935 tons (93400 tons).
Pacific real cod: 79300 tons (90000 tons) in the Western Bering Sea area, 16487 tons (19100 tons) in the Karakinsky Division, 13478 tons (13400 tons) in the Petropavlovsk Komandolsk Division.
Pacific herring: 267871 tons (310000 tons) in the Okhotsk North Sea Division, 36894 tons (39500 tons) in the Karakinsky Division, and 32238 tons (43000 tons) in the West Kamchatka Division.
Crabs: 6755 tons (11,883 tons) in West Kamchatka.
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