Russian Crab Company Harvested Over 6000 Tons of Crabs, Seeking Markets Other Than the U.S.
Russian Far East's largest Russian Crab Company (RCC, Vladivostok, Russia) has caught 52% of its quota this year. It has caught more than 6000 tons, which is 7% higher than the initial target, Russian media "FISHNET" reported on June 22.
According to the RCC, the company's total allowable catch quota (TAC) this year is 11,764 tons for fishing grounds in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk, and the Sea of Japan. The breakdown of TAC is 6484 tons of opilio snow crab...
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