KamchatNIRO specialists have published report providing overview on the Sea of Okhotsk pollock fishing season A of 2018.
Fishery research institutes report on monitoring and scientific observation activities in the pollock fishery in the Sea of Okhotsk in season A – 2018
Season A 2018 of Pollock fishery was record-high in terms of the coverage and scope of fishery monitoring activities (total number of observers, processed and analyzed fishing operations, performed biological tests of pollock and by-catch species) compared with preceding years.
Total pollock catch in the northern part of the Sea of Okhotsk in season A 2020 reached 914.0 kt (85.9% of TAC) that is 8% more in comparison to the previous season in 2019.
In 2020 season A of the Sea of Okhotsk pollock fishery 25 scientific observers worked at sea (+3 persons comparing to 2019). 15 observers were from TINRO, 7 – KamchatNIRO, 2 – MagadanNIRO and one observer who performed target at-sea survey on sea birds interaction worked with Kamchatka office of Pacific Institute of Geography of Russian Academy of Science.