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Doting 'dad' to giant clams
Bolinao, Pangasinan— Twice a week, Julio Curiano Jr. would hop into a speedboat and head for a 5.8-hectare ocean nursery of giant clams off Silaqui Island at the northernmost tip of this town facing the West Philippine ...
- May 7, 2017
Filipino fishers back from Panatag Shoal with big catch
After being chased away by a Chinese Coast Guard vessel from the Scarborough Shoal days earlier, fisherman Gil Bauya and his crew of eight were sailing home when they passed a fishing boat anchored off the rich fishing ...
- October 30, 2016
Pangasinan braces for rise in 'bangus' demand with Laguna de Bay cleanup
Anda, Pangasinan—As authorities dismantled hundreds of fish pens in Laguna de Bay last month, “bangus” (milkfish) growers in Pangasinan province released fingerlings into empty cages at Kakiputan Channel here to prepare ...
- May 26, 2017
Playground of giant clams
The reef is where the baby giant clams are released to grow to adulthood after spending five months in a hatchery at the Bolinao Marine Laboratory (BML) of the University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute (UPMSI). ...
- May 7, 2017
Why do they go to Panatag? Pangasinan fishermen show their marine bounty
The shoal’s 150-square-kilometer lagoon, as well as the waters surrounding this disputed set of sea rocks, is home to high-value fish species, such as tanigue (narrow-barred Spanish mackerel), lapu-lapu (grouper) and ...
- October 31, 2016
‘Bullying,’ friendly encounters at Panatag
Fishermen from Infanta town in Pangasinan province said they were bullied into sharing their catch with members of the Chinese Coast Guard during a fishing trip to the disputed Panatag Shoal in the West Philippine Sea. ...
- June 2, 2017
China plan bad news for PH fishermen
China’s plan to build a permanent structure on Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal in the West Philippine Sea is bad news for fishermen in the coastal town of Infanta in Pangasinan province. A permanent Chinese structure there ...
- March 19, 2017
DA says Pangasinan to fill fish supply gaps as demolition of pens continues in Laguna de Bay
With a fish sufficiency level of more than 200 percent, Pangasinan province could fill the fish production gap that would result from the demolition of fish pens in Laguna de Bay by 2018. The province has been supplying ...
- January 6, 2017
Fisheries breakthrough: breeding 'maya-maya'
Aquaculture experts here announced on Friday the successful breeding in captivity of the high-value fish maya-maya (red snapper).
- June 25, 2016
Panatag still no-fish zone
Chinese Coast Guard vessels drove Filipino fishermen from the disputed Scarborough Shoal last week in defiance of a UN-backed court’s ruling and just days before President Duterte’s fence-mending visit to China. “What ...
- October 12, 2016