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All commercial fishing banned in Gulf of Thailand until mid-June


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16 hours ago, GeorgeCross said:

thats some timing to do that now. aren't the people suffering enough?!

 

So it would be okay to fish the mackerel to extinction then ?

 

People would really be suffering then wouldn't they ?

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Last week I saw the smallest Saba fishs in my life for sale in a well known shopping center and told my wife this species will be death soon about overfishing. And for sure some months not fishing will not change it. 

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4 hours ago, Burma Bill said:

Making way for Chinese mega-fleets to come and scoop up all the remaining mackerel????

 

Have seen several documentaries on this problem.

The Chinese are a serious threat.

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The Chinese fleets will drag gill nets up to 5 miles long that catches everything in the water including mammals, which drown after becoming entangled in the nets.

When a fleet passes through, they leave nothing living behind having destroyed the marine ecosystem from top to bottom.

 

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14 hours ago, snowgard said:

Last week I saw the smallest Saba fishs in my life for sale in a well known shopping center and told my wife this species will be death soon about overfishing. And for sure some months not fishing will not change it. 

And in my local store it's price has risen by 10 baht for a 200g fish.

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