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Inland Fishing seeks fish conservation
To meet the declining stocks of commercial fish production fish conservation of Inland Fishing is needed.
Local Government Units (LGUs) of Zamboanga confirmed that it would do nothing to fish conservation in the Inland Fishing. But experts believe that the Inland Fishing Industry (Fishpond Operations) is the only alternative since commercial fish production is continuously declining due to over fishing and BFAR is trying to control by banning the catching of commercial fish during spawning period.
LGUs have little to conserve, preserve and protect the crustacean and fish spawners' sanctuaries and habitat in brackish waters. As a result wild fries have disappeared and eventually even hatcheries will run out of spawners coming from deep seas and Industry will die of natural death as it is starting to die now because of neglect by LGU's.
Experts have made some recommendations through local fishery unit for the past several years for the passage of an ordinance to protect and preserve crustacean and fish sanctuaries in brackish waters in Zamboanga City but falls on deaf ears of local officials due to their lack of concern for future generations.
In Zamboanga City there is a celebration of “Fish Conservation Week” only for formality and publicity purpose only because the local government is not committed to conserve and preserve the Inland Fishing Industry.
WorldFishingToday d. 30-10-2011