Fish prices expected to fall by 50 percent after hunting ban in Turkey

Published Sep 5, 2021

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The fishermen in the Mediterranean have completed their preparations before the fishing ban, which will end on September 15. It is expected that the fish will come to the counter in abundance and the prices will be at least 50 percent cheaper.

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Before the fishing ban, which will end on September 15, Mediterranean fishermen completed their preparations for the new season by taking care of both their boats and nets. Fishermen, who expect an increase in the fish population this season, are hopeful for the season. In the season when the consumer is expected to consume fish at lower prices, the prices before the ban is on the pocket. Before the hunting ban, red mullet cost 120 lira, sea bass 85, sea bream 60, sardine 25, coral 60, dome 40, melanur 50, haddock 110, garfish 70 lira. PRICES OF MEDITERRANEAN FISH WILL DECREASE 50 PERCENT Deniz Balta, Deputy Chairman of the Antalya Region Fisheries Cooperative Union, said that they are excitedly waiting for the fishing ban to be lifted. Stating that the preparations have been completed and that they will bring their nets to the sea right after the ban is lifted, Balta said that the balloon fish incentive provides financial support to the fishermen during this period. Balta stated ...
Source: Yenihaberden
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