Fishing ban in Visayan Sea seen to boost fish production
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The three-month fishing ban in the Visayan Sea which will start on November 15 is expected to boost production by 20 percent in one of the country’s richest fishing grounds. Remia Aparri, regional director of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR)-Western Visayas, said Friday the closed fishing season will allow the yearly spawning of sardines, herrings and mackerels. “We hope to maintain or even increase production by at least 20 percent,” Aparri said.
Fishing ban in Visayan Sea seen to boost fish production. (2018, November 5). The Daily Guardian, pp. 3, 15.
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