ABSTRACT. This paper presents the mean wholesale prices of commercial fish and the mean prices of stocking material used in 2013 by fisheries enterprises operating in fisheries zone waters, including lakes, rivers, and dam reservoirs. The prices were calculated based on survey data obtained from 64 enterprises utilizing a combined total of more than 291,000 ha of waters that comprise fisheries zones. These were then compared to the mean prices of commercial fish and stocking material from 2011. The comparative analysis of prices from two years (2011 i 2013) indicated that increases in them for most commercial fish did not exceed 20%; only in the case of three species/assortments did prices increase more than 20%, while for two assortments they were close to 20%. The highest price increase was noted for eel (45%). In comparison to prices from 2011, among the 28 forms of stocking material analyzed, the prices of 21 increased in 2013, while those of seven decreased.
Keywords: commercial fish prices, stocking material prices, management in fisheries zones
Przyjęto po recenzji 7.04.2014 r.