Fish aggregating device‘efficient, sustainable’
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A city councilor is pushing for the use of fish aggregating devices locally known as payao. Payao is a floating raft anchored by a weighted line with suspended materials such as palm fronds to attract pelagic and schooling fish species common in deep waters. Such devices are an "efficient, legal and sustainable" fishing method, according to Councilor Bartolome Orola. Using fish aggregating devices discourages the use of illegal fishing methods, said the chairman of the committee on fisheries and aquatic resources.
Singuay, M. (2016, September 19). Fish aggregating device‘efficient, sustainable’. Panay News, p. 20.
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Artificial reefs; Pelagic fish; Fish; Sustainable fishing; Illegal fishing; Fish aggregating devices; Nature conservation; Coastal zone management; Fishery regulations; Sustainable development; Fishery protection; Fishery management; Fishery development; Fishery economics; Poverty alleviation; Orola, Bartolome
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