Sunday, June 20, 2010

Fishing and Regulation Need To Know

I am not trying to train you how to fish, as i share before on previous post, i am not a good in this kinda stuff. What make me eager to write this is just a light share about regulations that might be good for those who love fishing recreational specially in Pilbara/Kimberly Region, Western Australia.

Getting to know regulations is one of the way to raise awareness of nature well being, and legacy for the future.

Here is a preface got from fisheries departement ; Western Australia’s fisheries management strategies have one primary goal – Fish for the future. This means ensuring our fisheries are ecologically sustainable. All marine fishing is managed in four broad biological regions – the North Coast, Gascoyne Coast, West Coast and South Coast. A complete guidance of fisheries policy can download here, it is include of bag and size limit, high, medium, low and protected species.

Another important thing need to know are;
  • Barotrauma results from the sudden expansion of gases in the swim bladder and other organs when a fish does not have time to adjust to the rapid changes in water pressure as it is pulled to the surface.
  • Release Weight; a commonly used release weight is a weighted barbless hook attached either to an existing fishing rig, or used on a rod and reel or handline specifically set aside for releasing deepwater fish. The release weight is used to return deep-water species such as estuary cod back to the seabed as quickly as possible, helping to reverse the effects of barotrauma.
Well fellow... enjoy... have a safe and fun fishing..

14 comments:

CHUGY - GOGOG said...

I was less skilled in affairs of fishing, but also fishing hobby.
nice post and good blog.

Jazz Muhammad said...

Wew, I'm not there

hehe tapi ya apapun itu, pasti ada manfaatnya

makasih udah berbagi kang

Herdoni Wahyono said...

Fishing, recreation is very pleasant. We were impressed with the regulations that apply here. Protection of life at sea is needed for survival. Thanks for you’re sharing.

Darin said...

Hmm.. every country has its own rule. Good for Aussie so it can keep environment health. Hope Indonesia government do the same way..

Fishing? c'mon! :D

penghuni60 said...

I like fishing... :D

babay said...

kunjungan balik nih bro makasih atas doanya

NENSA MOON said...

Oh no no...fishing...?! I dont like it... daripada fishing mendingan sleeping abi mah Go...haha..

btw nice post Go!thx

wongkamfung said...

i used to fish, long.. long time ago.
all the best,

duniaku said...

I do not like fishing but I like to see people fishing: D

NURA said...

salam friend
nicepost
thank for visit in S.A and follow my blog.
I follow back, with name Hanura damayanti.

Land of Oase said...

Chuggy: honestly i'm not interesting also by fishing. But when i stay here in Karratha, Western Australia, you can see detail on google earth, then you will notice that here is not many activity you can do.. and fishing is one of the last choice, cheap yet value... hehehehe... well thanks for visit Chug... you are always welcome...
Jazz Muhammad: thanks kang udah mampir. I post this articles is actualy one of the way to remind myself to the regulations. Here is bit strict. You can only bring your fish home when meet the minimum size. 8 inch is most common... once i trespass the regulation, then will be fined.

Land of Oase said...

Darin: thanks bro for coming... yes i believe when the regulation is follow, then the impact is for everyone. Even though not here in Oz.

Penghuni60: thanks bro, so can we fish together? lol. If you come here to Karratha i will bring you to my best fishing spot.. i am waiting...

Babay: thanks mate! you can come again anytime.

Nensa: hahahaha.... hayu atu Ceu... mancinglah biar kulitnya item hehehehe... ogah item.com

wongkamfung: thanks mate, fishing is always one of my best choice here now... as i don't have many choices... all the best for you too

duniaku: hahaha... thanks sob... sudah seneng liat saya mancing... upps... hahaah... thanks for visit...

Nura: thanks Mba... selamat merantau yah... bentar lagi lebaran... pulang kampung kah? salam...

gaelby said...

Great posting ! Indonesia needs the expert person like you guy. I think, one day you shall be back to Indonesia. Expecially for Fisheries technology.

Salam sobat :)

Anonymous said...

What a nice post. I really love reading these types or articles. I can?t wait to see what others have to say..

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