As of March 21st, the cod catches in the Russian Far East have decreased by 16.9%year-on-year
By: Date: 2021-03-29 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,
   From Intrafish on March 26, data from the Russian fishery agency Rosrybolovstvo showed that as of March 21, the total catch of cod in the Russian Far East had decreased by 16.9%compared with last year, to only 644,400 tons.

  The Sea of ​​Okhotsk is currently the main source of cod fishing in season A, but the catch fell by 17.7%to 579,000 tons.
   The catches in the Kamchatka Kuril Islands and the western Kamchatka Peninsula fell by 25.4%to 410,100 tons. The catches in the eastern Kamchatka Peninsula and the Petropavlovsk-Commander region also fell by 4%and 10.1%, respectively. 21,600 tons and 19,700 tons.
   The catch in the Eastern Sakhalin subregion has dropped sharply, by 88.9%, to only 1,000 tons.
   The total output of the North Sea in the Okhotsk subregion has increased by 15.8%over the same period last year, reaching 167,800 tons. The catch in the waters of the South Thousand Islands also increased by 16.2%to 21,500 tons.
   The total catch (TAC) for cod fishing in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk set by Russia in 2021 is 1.2 million tons, of which about 915,000 tons will be completed in the A fishing season, which ends on April 10 .
  As of March 21, Russia’s Pacific herring catch has increased by 54.9%over the same period last year to 88,300 tons, including 79,600 tons in the North Sea of ​​Okhotsk.
  The number of Pacific cod caught fell by 1.7%to 46,500 tons. Among them, the number of cod in the Western Bering Sea was 11,500 tons, an increase of 36.9%over the previous year; the number of Pacific cod in the eastern Kamchatka was 12,800 tons, a decrease of 27.7%; The Sea of ​​Okhotsk is 12,500 tons, an increase of 60.3%over last year.