Cấm đánh bắt mùa sinh sản ở Phan Rí Cửa

NN – Cập nhật: 08:30, Thứ 5, 19/07/2018

Năm 2015, tỉnh Bình Thuận đã ban hành Quyết định 61, cấm tàu giã cào có công suất 150 mã lực trở lên hoạt động từ ngày 1/4 đến hết ngày 31/7 (mùa sinh sản), nhờ đó, nguồn lợi thủy sản sinh sôi phát triển.

Đội tàu cá làm nghề giã cào cao tốc tại Phan Rí Cửa. Ảnh: Mai Nghiên

Chỉ còn gần 2 tuần nữa là đến ngày mở cửa cho tàu giã cào cao tốc ở Phan Rí Cửa hoạt động trở lại sau mùa cấm năm 2018. Quy định này giúp nguồn hải sản phát triển bền vững, nhưng cũng gặp không ít khó khăn. Tiếp tục đọc “Cấm đánh bắt mùa sinh sản ở Phan Rí Cửa”

Asia Is Trawling for a Deadly Fishing War

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Growing tensions between Sri Lankan and Indian fishermen are just one signal of a looming conflict over the region’s depleted waters.

Photography by Karim Mostafa

June 16, 2017

THALVUPADU, Sri Lanka — Stanley Cruz, a fisher in this beachside village on the island of Mannar off Sri Lanka’s northwestern coast, stands with his bare feet in the sand, holding up a green net between his hands.

“This is the kind of net, you see. Last week, we lost many hundreds of these. Twelve of us fishers, when we went out to get them in the morning they were gone,” he says.

He points toward the waters behind him: the Palk Strait, a narrow body of water separating Sri Lanka from the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Cruz was out the night before, laying his nets in the sea, just like thousands of other fishers from both sides of the strait. But when he went to get them in the morning, they were gone. Tiếp tục đọc “Asia Is Trawling for a Deadly Fishing War”

Bottom trawling a threat to the ocean, fishermen

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Update: May, 15/2017 – 16:48

Similar to using boats, a manual form of bottom trawling – which also makes use of huge nets that can cover a portion of nearshore sea – can drag in every form of sea life in that area, and a still common in the central province of Nghệ An. — VNA/VNS Photo Nguyễn Văn Nhật
CENTRAL REGION — Bottom trawling is a particularly destructive method of fishing, in which huge weighted nets are dragged on the sea floor, catching everything in their path.Nguyễn Văn Việt, a fisherman from Hoài Nhơn District in the province of Bình Định, said locals here considered bottom trawlers to be ‘sea demons.’

“The setup is either one trawler or two trawlers running in tandem, dragging a huge net with very fine holes, scooping up fish of all sizes. Other than the fact that all sea creatures are caught and bycatches are discarded, the ecosystem along the sea floor is irreparably damaged,” Việt said. Tiếp tục đọc “Bottom trawling a threat to the ocean, fishermen”