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Hunting ban has begun in Turkey, anglers decorate the stalls

Avlanma yasağı başladı, tezgahları olta balıkları süslüyor
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Fish
Turkey
Price Trend
Regulation / Agreement
Seasonality
Apr 20, 2022
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After the hunting ban that started on April 15, fishing rods began to decorate the stalls. While boats larger than 12 meters cannot sail, boats up to 12 meters can open and deliver fresh fish to the stalls. Fisherman Tuncay Kılıç said, "As the weather gets a little warmer, summer fishing begins. There are horse mackerel, whiting, and red mullet on the stalls. We sold bluefish and yellowfin in August last season. There are fish in the sea in all seasons. Only industrial fishing. Normal net fishing, summer fishing continues." There is always fish in our seas for those who want to eat it.” Stating that the most popular fish in the spring months are horse mackerel, haddock, red mullet, sea bream, sea bass, and salmon, Kılıç said, “Take these fish and eat them.
After the hunting ban that started on April 15, fishing rods began to decorate the stalls. While boats larger than 12 meters cannot sail, boats up to 12 meters can open and deliver fresh fish to the stalls. “FISH IS ALWAYS THERE” Fisherman Tuncay Kılıç said, "As the weather gets a little warmer, summer fishing begins. There are horse mackerel, whiting, and red mullet on the stalls. We sold bluefish and yellowfin in August last season. There are fish in the sea in all seasons. Only industrial fishing is closed. Normal net fishing, Summer fishing continues. “CHEAP COMPARED TO FISH, MEAT AND CHICKEN” Expressing that the anchovy season is over, and even if they do, Kılıç said, “The anchovy season is over. Anchovy does not come out anymore, even if it does, it is not eaten much. There is always fish in our seas for those who want to eat fish," he said. Stating that the most popular fish in the spring are horse mackerel, haddock, red mullet, sea bream, sea bass and salmon, Kılıç said, ...
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