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15 November 2012

Catches In Russia See Positive Dynamics

This year promises to be more productive for Russian fishery

According to the press service of the Fisheries Monitoring and Communications Center, total catch of aquatic resources since January reached 3593.6 thousand MT. Most part of the catch is traditionally Alaska Pollock - 1469.4 thousand MT, or 48.8 thousand MT more than last year. Positive dynamics is also noted for following species:
- cod: 361.3 thousand MT, which is 16.6 thousand MT more than in 2011.
- flounder: 73.7 thousand MT compared to 71.2 thousand MT in the same period of 2011
- crabs: 38.6 thousand MT against 36 thousand MT in 2011
- grenadier: 26.6 thousand MT against 19.7 thousand MT in 2011.
- greenling: 55.3 thousand MT against 51.7 thousand MT in 2011.
- salmon: 441.04 thousand MT, or 36.3 per cent more than in the previous even year, 2010.
The only a bit disappointing results are for Pacific Herring. By now it was caught 3.4 thousand MT, and this is by 303.1 thousand MT less than for the same period of the previous year.
However, it does not spoil our mood as a whole picture looks quite good.


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