On September 1st, the Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea autumn harvest started.

In several fishing ports in Rongcheng City, Shandong Province, more than 1,900 fishing boats pulled anchors and sailed, braved the wind and waves, and started the autumn fishing voyage.

After four months of 2021, the Yellow Sea and the Bohai Sea’s summer fishing moratorium has ended, and fishermen have ushered in the season for fishing in the open sea.

  At the Jimiya Fishing Port in Qingdao’s West Coast New District, there is a busy scene on the wharf.

  According to the experience of previous years, the return of the fishing boat mainly brought the harvested mackerel, saury and pomfret.

According to the situation after the opening of the sea in the south, it is expected that the local fishery resources will be more abundant this year.

  Summer is a critical period for the breeding of marine fish. The implementation of the fishing moratorium is conducive to protecting marine biodiversity and promoting the sustainable development of marine fishery ecology.

(Part of the video produced by Wang Jiaoni, Li Xinjun, and Li Xinran produced by Zhou Jing is from Huangdao Radio and Television Station)

Editor in charge: [Lu Yan]