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Fish landing site at Ibbankatuwa reservoir (SriLanka)

Credit: Ajith Kumara (SriLanka) The photo was taken at the Ibbankatuwa reservoir in Central province of SriLanka. This landing site situates near the inflow area and fish catch is dominant with native riverine species. Apart from the gill net, fishermen use traps to catch fish that migrate upwards stream.     Advertisements

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Fish cleaning fish landing at the site in Gabon

Credit: Chantal and Jean Michel Sengue Ngoulou Megne Me Zeng (Gabon) The photo shows fish cleaning carried out on fish landing site in Gabon. Traditionally, the cleaning of fish is done on each landing site where the job is always done by women. The work is well organized and fish is either processed for sale …

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Fish cleaning at a fish landing site in Gabon (in French)

Credit: Chantal Sengue Ngoulou and Jean Michel Megne Me Zeng (Gabon) Sur chaque débarcadère il y a des mareyeuses. Le nettoyage se fait sur place au débarcadère.  Le travail est bien organisé chez ces femmes. Certaines vendent le poisson d’autres l’écaille et le nettoie pour des clients qui en demandent. Les déchets de poissons sont …

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Fishing canoes at the Kpong landing site, Manya Krobo (Ghana)

Credit: Patrick Appenteng (Ghana) The photo shows two man-paddle canoes of length 3-5m long at the Kpong landing site in the Lower Manya Krobo District of the Eastern Region of Ghana. Dominating some section of the Volta Lake is in the area is massive aquatic weed growth. These have over the past few decades posed a …

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Artisanal fishing boats at “Ambowe”, landing site, Libreville, Gabon

Credit: Chantal Sengue Ngoulou and Jean Michel Megne Me Zeng (Gabon) The photo shows the landing of artisanal fishing boats at the landing of Ambowe north of Libreville, Gabon. There are twenty docks and around Libreville. These canoes have an average length that ranges between 4-8 meters. Much of these canoes are motorized. The white objectives …

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Role of middlemen in fish trade in Gambia

Credit: Peter K Mendy (Gambia) The two photos show the middlemen with their bicycles or motorbikes at the Tanji landing site. These middlemen buy small quantity of pelagic fish such as bonga, Ethmolosa fimbriata and sardinella for selling it in nearby villages located about 5-15 km from the landing site. During the trip, fish are …

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Carrying fish from fishing boats to the landing sites (Gambia)

Credit: Peter K Mendy (Gambia) The photo shows carrying fish from fishing boats at the Tanji landing site to the shore and trucks. Normally men and women are involved in this task. Fish carriers are usually paid 4-5 fish per trip. It is self- employment.

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Fish smoking in Tanji landing site (Gambia)

Credit: Peter K Mendy (Gambia) The photos show the smoking of fish in Tanji landing site. The species which are often smoked include bonga (Ethmolosa fimbriata) 40%, Catfish( Arius Spp) and Baracuda (Spyraena Spp), Shark, polydactylus quadrilis, and sardinella spp. The smoked fish are highly accepted –especially smoked bonga- and widely consumed in the country …

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Gambia artisanal fishery: Tanji landing site

Credit: Peter K Mendy (Gambia) The photos show Tanji fish landing site which is considered the largest and busiest landing site in Gambia. The photos shows fishing boats while off-landing fish. Usually, some boats land with their catches in the morning while others land in the evening.  Once boats land, people from different surrounding villages and …

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Artisanal fishery – Transporting and trading of fish in a landing site, Gambia River (Gambia)

Credit: Kajally Sarr (Gambia) The people shown in the photo who are going towards that fishing boats are either fish transporters or fish traders who target for variety of fish  species including Bonga, Sardinella eba, Coruma mullet, Sompat, Baracuda, etc. This landing site is in Gambia River which has a direct connection to the Atlantic Ocean. …

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