Fishery Items
Mackerel

The meat is valuable throughout the world, as it is a source of easily digestible protein and amino acids, fatty acids, improving blood flow, brain activity, prevention of cardiovascular diseases and receiving a daily dose of potassium, magnesium, iodine, …

Chum salmon

Chum salmon contains vitamins, minerals, fat and polynonsaturated acids, which struggle with ageing, strengthen nails, hair, teeth, bones. This fish is useful for the cardio-vascular system; it is a natural antioxidant, strengthening the immune …

Marine smallmouth smelt

The name is caused by its physiology: a small labrum barely comes up to the middle of the eye, and the lower jaw is forwarded, which helps to effectively grab crustaceans, plankton, caviar of other fish, larvae. Also, the fish eats special algae growing on rocks, which …

Smallmouth smelt

In Russia, it is found in the Northeast, mainly in Kamchatka and Sakhalin. It lives in deep waters, eats plankton, crustaceans, insects. Smelts spawn in rivers, starting from the end of May. Caviar is put in coarse sand or pebble, as well as in ground vegetation. …

Far Eastern flounder

It is a valuable object of fishing: an annual catch is millions of tons worldwide. The meat is valued for its softness and succulence, it contains a lot of vitamins and amino acids, minerals, iodine, as well as a balanced protein, which promotes a decrease of …

Polar cod

The fish eats small fish (smelt, chickweed, navaga) and plankton. Polar cod itself is an important part of the food chain; it is food of many marine predators: seals, belugas, as well as birds. Besides, very often, fish of an industrial level follow migrating schools …

Navaga

Navaga eats worms, crustaceans, offspring and roes of other fishes. Navaga is food for many predators that makes it hide, for example, in the dome of jellyfish, or mask in seaweeds and stones. It spawns from December to February, in the sand near the shore, at a …

Pollack

The appearance is normal: it is gray-black, has three dorsal fins, large eyes, the lower jaw is forwarded. The body length is up to 90 cm, the weight is up to 5 kg. The life period is 15 years. It matures in 2-3 years. First, it eats crustaceans, then small fish …

Capelin

Capelins live in schools, mostly in mid-water and upper layers - from 300 to 700 m. Before reproduction they come to the shore. Spawning may occur in spring, summer and autumn. An interesting fact is that under the influence of strong wind the fish is often beat to the …