Badjao group by Davao River learns new way to fish
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An outrigger boat loaded with fresh sapsap (slipmouth fish) and talakitok (bigeye trevally) is hauled to shore at the St. John community in Barangay Bucana, and residents gather around for a look at their communal catch for the day. The bounty is harvested from a 14-feet-deep fish corral known locally as bungsod, constructed a few meters away from the shoreline and traps fish from the Davao Gulf that venture into the area covered by the municipal waters.
Carillo, C. (2016, January 21). Badjao group by Davao River learns new way to fish. Business World, p. S1/5.
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Carangid fisheries; Trap fishing; Coastal zone; Trade; Marketing; Fishing; Spear fishing; Watersheds; Livelihoods; Silting; Mangrove restoration; Flora; Season regulations; Pelagic fish; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); DAPSA Fisherfolk Association; Austria, Miraflor; Bantayan, Francesso; Longno, Jose; Trajera, Rolando; Idris, Fatma; Arquillano, Carleo; Nakahara, Milagros R.
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