September prices of Argentine squid have risen in all sizes
Catfish fishing in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean
The catch of squid in the southwestern Atlantic Ocean lasts for 0 weeks and is 0 tons. Nearly 80% of the fishing vessels on the high seas return or change. As of September 12, only 18 fishing vessels were left in the high seas for operations.
Catfish fishing in the Peruvian waters
In the past week, the catch of squid in the Peruvian waters was 3300.9 tons. As of September 12, the total catch in 2016 was 9,8043.7 tons. There are 232 fishing vessels engaged in production operations on the high seas, accounting for 88% of the total number of squid fishing vessels in the Peruvian waters.
Catfish fishing in the North Pacific Ocean
The catch of squid in the North Pacific Ocean in the past week was 4,243 tons. As of September 12, the total catch in 2016 was 2,1556.5 tons. In the same period last year, the catch of squid in the North Pacific Ocean was 1,2603.3 tons, and the output during the same period increased by about 71%.
Argentine squid transaction price
The transaction prices of Argentine carp in various specifications of the Huacai platform in September are as follows.
Compared with August, the transaction prices of various specifications have increased in different degrees, especially the increase of 300-400g. See August Argentine squid platform sales data
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