Gov’t ban on destructive fishing methods starts
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Since April 15, commercial fishing boat captain Arnel Perante and his 25-member crew have been idle in their boat docked on Pantal River here. Some of them tinkered with their fishing nets, sewing the portions that were ripped apart, in preparation for their next fishing trip to the Lingayen Gulf. But Perante and his men, and the skippers and crew members of 32 commercial fishing boats here and in Sual town, Pangasinan province, may no longer fish again in the gulf using the same net.
Cardinoza, G. (2014, April 29). Gov’t ban on destructive fishing methods starts. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A7.
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Illegal fishing; Fishing; Governments; Commercial fishing; Fishing gear; Boat seines; FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries; Livelihoods; Fishing vessels; Fishers; Trawling; Fishery regulations; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Perante, Arnel; Perez, Asis; Alcala, Proceso; Perez-Yasar, Lilia
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