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Artisanal fishery in the Siiru Dam, Wa West District, Ghana

Credit: Grace Charway (Ghana) This is also capture fisheries in the Siiru dam in the Wa West District of the Upper West Region of Ghana. This dam has a surface area of 65 ha and it is the largest dam in the whole of the Upper West Region of Ghana. This shows a fisherman harvesting …

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Fishing canoes (dugout) in Uganda

Credit: Enima Chris (Uganda) This picture shows abandoned fishing canoes namely dugout canoes. Because of its small size, these canoes can move easy especially in unfavorable fishing zones  like the breeding sites where they can have high fish catchability especially of immature fish. The poverty and lack of funds within the fishing community compels fishermen …

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Merluza Austral and Sardine fishing boats (Chile)

Credit: Gabriel Salvo Parra (Chile) These fishing boats shown in the photos are for fisheries of Merluza Austral (Merluccius australis) or sardina (Sprattus fuegensis). Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust you will notify us if you wish to use a picture or more. …

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Inshore fisheries in Andaman Sea, Thaninthari Division, (Myanmar)

Credit: Zawzaw Htwe (Myanmar) Inshore Fishery in Myanmar is carried out in the area five – ten nautical miles away from shore depending on the fishing zones. Fishing is done by gill nets, drift nets, long line, and traps using fishing boats according to a licenses given by the Department of Fishery. Fishing boats are …

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Fish catch on a fishing boat in Khasab fishing port (Sultanate of Oman) In Arabic

Credit: Hussein Ali Mohammed Alshihi (Oman): هذه الصورة لأحد الصيادين فى ميناء الصيد فى ولاية خصب فى قارب الصيد المصنوع من الفيبر جلاس والمزود بمحركين قوة كل منهما 75 حصان. الأسماك الموضحة هى لأسماك الباراكودا والمسماه محليا (القد). يعرض الصياد  أسماكه للبيع والتى غالبا ما يتم تصديرها إلى دبى Note: We decided not to watermark …

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Artisanal fishing boat (Dunga) in Nepal

Credit:Deepak Bhusal (Nepal) The photo shows a fisherman with his boat and net. He is carrying traditional types of basket which is used for keeping the captured fish in. Common species captured are Nakata (Garra gotyla), Buduna (Garra annandalei), Kabre (Glyptothoraz sp.), Faketa (Barilius sp.), and Chepwa (Aspidosporar morar). Fish catch ranges from 0.5 to …

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An artisanal fishing boat in Chile

Credit: Carolina Almonacid (Chile) This photo shows a type of fishing boat in Chile. The place is called Curamín that native language means “yellow stone”. Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust you will notify us if you wish to use a picture or …

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Fishermen prepare for fishing in Udawalawe tank (SriLanka)

Credit: D. S. K. Pitigala and Ananda sugathapala (Sri Lanka): Udawalawe tank (reservoir) was constructed in the mid 1960s by damming the Walawe Ganga River to  develop the irrigation capacity in a target zone. At full supply level, the tank covers an area of about 3400 ha. The photo shows two fishermen prepare for fishing …

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Daily fish production (Catla catla) in Udawalawe Reservoier (SriLanka)

Credit: D. S. K. Pitigala and Ananda sugathapala (SriLanka) The picture shows fish catch which is mainly dominated by Catla catla which has been captured by fishing boats operating in Udawalawe Reservoier (SriLanka). Fish traders go the the place where fishing boats land and select the fish species and sizes they like to purchase. In some situations if …

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