Russian Far East Salmon Fishery Bullish Start, 4400 Tons of Sockeye in Two Weeks
Salmon and trout fishing in Kamchatka in the Russian Far East is doing well. As of June 20, the sockeye salmon of East Kamchatka, the principal species of the first half, has already approached 8,000 tons, more than three times the speed of the same period of the previous year and more than double the average of four years in recent years, reported Suisan Keizai.
Sockeyes, returning sooner, are the main catch in the early stages...
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