Pacific Bluefin Tuna “Large” has more quota than this season November 1 22:58
For the bluefin tuna in the Pacific, where resources are managed, the Fisheries Agency has set the quota for next season. Large tuna of 30 kg or more is expected to be able to catch more tuna than most seasons in most prefectures because 300 tons of fishing quota will be transferred from Japan to Taiwan.
The Fisheries Agency presented a plan to allocate fishing quotas by prefecture for the Pacific bluefin tuna to be carried out on the coast next season starting in April next year.
Next season, large bluefin tuna over 30 kilograms is expected to be handed over to 300 tons of catch from Taiwan, so the total catch will increase by 246 tons to 1817 tons this season.
▽ Aomori Prefecture is 467 tons,
▽ Hokkaido is 314 tons,
▽ Okinawa Prefecture has 192 tons,
▽ In most prefectures, such as Nagasaki Prefecture, 167 tons, more tuna can be caught than this season.
On the other hand, the total fishing quota for small bluefin tuna with less than 30 kilograms, which is more stringent for resource management, is 1805 tons.
▽ Nagasaki Prefecture has 657 tons,
▽ Aomori Prefecture has 256 tons.
Hokkaido, which has caught fish far beyond the frame that has been decided to be, is 11 tons, and it is limited to a frame that assumes a tuna that catches a net to catch another fish. It is.
The Fisheries Agency will make a final decision next month after accepting opinions on the proposed distribution from the public.