After almost a ten-year gap in fishing for Champsocephalus gunnari in the area of South Georgia and Shag Rocks, the Russian large-sized trawler ZAKHAR SOROKIN (the MOONZUND-type) attempted a short-time fishing operation in February-March, 1999. Overall, 85 pelagic trawlings yielded 264 tons of C. gunnari. Search for the fish stocks covered all the traditional sites; this allowed observers to determine a clear correlation between concentrations of adult fish and krill on the north-western shelf of South Georgia. At the same time, lasting of the feeding stocks of C. gunnari depended on weather conditions. Comparison of the obtained results with data of trawl-and-sonar surveys revealed regular occurrence of dense concentrations of C. gunnari on the north-western shelf of South Georgia.