The catch limit will be 486,500 tons and fishing activities may not exceed June 30, 2022.
January 5, 2022
The Peruvian Ministry of Production (Produce) authorized the start of the first anchovy fishing season this week. The catch limit will be 486,500 tons and fishing activities may not exceed June 30, 2022.
Produce reported that in November 2021, anchovy captures for fishmeal and fish oil production were 917,779 tons, a 28.6% increase from last year’s reported captures, 713,956 tons.
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