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Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal
ISSN : 08538980     EISSN : 25026569     DOI : -
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal published in Indonesia by Center for Fisheries Research. Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal publishes research results on resources, fisheries biology, management, environment related to marine, coastal and inland waters.
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THE EFFECT OF ATTRACTOR MATERIAL ON PELAGIC FISH CAPTURED USING PAYANG BUGIS IN PASAURAN WATERS, PROVINCE OF BANTEN Yusfiandayani, Roza
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 17, No 2 (2011): (December, 2011)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (301.85 KB) | DOI: 10.15578/ifrj.17.2.2011.75-85

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Rumpon (fish aggregating device) as an auxiliary gear operated in Pasauran waters, Sunda Strait was longer and more widely used in Indonesia to catch pelagic fish. The characteristic speciescomposition, size, and gonado somato index (GSI) pelagic fish around 3 kinds of rumpon attractor materials, i.e. Cocos nucifera, Nypa fructican, and Areca catechu leaves will determine the effects of attractor materials will affect the sustainability of pelagic fish associated. Identification and composition length, weight and gonado somato index pelagic fish were identified in this research with different attractor material in all seasons. Experimental fishing carried out by using payang Bugis. The result show that the Cocos nucifera leaves are the best attractor material based on the number of fish species and durability in all seasons. Further, the gonado somato index of small pelagic fish were caught around rumpon are gonado somato index I 4%, gonado somato index II 33%, gonado somato index III 35%, gonado somato index IV 25%, and gonado somato index V 3%. Pelagic fish around attractor materials have gonado somato index I-III 72%. This result indicated that the small pelagic fish caught around rumpon are immature fish.
CHANGES IN FISHING PATTERN FROM SURFACE TO DEEP LONGLINE FISHING BY THE INDONESIAN VESSELS OPERATING IN THE INDIAN OCEAN Sadiyah, Lilis; Dowling, Natalie; Prisantoso, Budi Iskandar
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 17, No 2 (2011): (December, 2011)
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(P.T. Perikanan Samodra Besar) data are a valuable source, since they are the longest time series of catch and effort data available from the fishery. This paper aimed to interpret the spatial and temporal catch and effort trends to the extent possible and to reconcile apparent changes in targeting practices against the actual catch. Catch and effort data collected by P.T. Perikanan Samodra Besar from its Benoa-based longliners during 1978-1995 were summed to obtain annual catch, effort, and catch per unit of effort trends. To generate spatial distributions of catch and effort, catch and effort data were aggregated by 5-degree squares. The data showed that P.T. Perikanan Samodra Besar vessels commenced deep longlining in 1983, i.e. 56% of the total sets in 1983 using 10 or more hooks between floats. Prior to that, P.T. Perikanan Samodra Besar vessels used 6 hooks between floats,which resulted in a larger amount of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) as well as overall tuna catch. However, bigeye tuna (Thunnus obsesus) catch per unit of effort only increased from 1992. The increase in big eye tuna catch per unit of effort coincided with a reduced fishing range and concentration within an area where P.T. Perikanan Samodra Besar had not previously experienced high big eye tuna catches, as opposed to focusing their effort on areas where they had historically caught big eye tuna. In the absence of supplementary information, and assuming that the switch to deep longlining in 1983 was done to target big eye tuna, the analysis suggests that the outcome of P.T. Perikanan Samodra Besar fishing activities between 1983 and 1991 were inconsistent with their objectives.
DEVELOPMENT OF TUNA FISHERIES MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR THE SOUTHERN COAST OF JAVA: AN APPLICATION OF INTERPRETATIVE STRUCTURAL MODELING Nurani, Tri Wiji; Haluan, John; Lubis, Ernani; Saad, Sudirman; Irnawati, Ririn
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 17, No 2 (2011): (December, 2011)
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Territorial waters of South Java is part of fisheries management zone of Indian Ocean Fisheries, has a potential tuna fish resources. The purpose of this research was to formulate strategy for the efficacy of model implementation of tuna fisheries development in South Coast of Java. Interpretative structural modeling technique was used the study. The method was considered a technique of strategic planning of which describes comprehensively condition of the system. Result showed that there were seven element of system require for succeeding implementation of model. The seven element of system and their key element are affected society sector, tuna entrepreneur, required factor, the availability of tuna resources and the availability of data and information, the main constraint of program development, high gasoline price, limited of financial capital and low priority of development fund, the main purpose of program: exploiting optimization of tuna resources; the indicator of theefficacy program: increasing the earn of tuna fishery and improvement of labor absorption; the activity needed to execute the program: making plan work activity; and institution in concerned for the efficacy program: Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries.
ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO REEF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN WEH ISLAND, NANGROE ACEH DARUSSALAM Yulianto, Irfan; Wiryawan, Budy; Taurusman, Am Azbas
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 17, No 2 (2011): (December, 2011)
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Fisheries management has been traditionally governed to maximize economic benefit with little concern on its ecological impacts. Food and Agriculture Organization with its Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries has played an important role to a fundamental change in the new paradigm of fisheries management, which include ecosystem aspect. The Food and Agriculture Organization has mandated that every country in the world should use this approach. Weh Island is located in AcehProvince that has good coral reef condition and rich in reef fishes, therefore reef fishery is prominent. The objectives of this study are (1) to study the ecological status of reef fish, and (2) to formulate the priority areas as candidates of marine protected areas in Weh Island. Fish catch survey, underwater visual census, and focus group discussion were conducted to collect data. Data analysis used fish biomass, financial analysis, linear goal programming, and marxan analysis. Results of this study successfully identified eight fishing gears operated in Weh Island in artisanal reef fisheries. These fishing gears are gillnet, bottom gillnet, handline, muroami, trolline, speargun, longline, and purseseine. There were 84 species identified as high economic value species and were modelled in this study. Gillnet and bottom gillnet were identified as optimum fishing gears. I.e. Meulee, Anoi Itam, Iboih, Jaboi, and Klah Island were identified as priority areas.
PRE REQUISITE STUDY ON APPLICATION OF HAZARD ANALYSIS CRITICAL CONTROL POINT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR ON BOARD TUNA LONGLINER Iskandar, Budhi Hascaryo; Wahyudi, Gina Almirani; Nurani, Tri Wiji
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 17, No 2 (2011): (December, 2011)
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Along with the era of globalization and free market an approach for managing quality through testing the final product is considered not able to meet consumer demands. It drives to a new approach based on prevention and control efforts during the process. Hazard analysis critical control point quality management system is considered appropriate because it can prevent the distortion and instead of waiting until the problems arise. The process of handling the fish on the boat as a part of the production chain affects the quality of tuna products, so the application of the hazard analysis critical control point quality management system on board tuna longline is considered important. Effectiveness of hazard analysis critical control point implementation as a quality system control is affected by sanitation standard operating procedure and good handling processing as the basic requirements (pre requisite), where the assessment can be a measure of readiness hazard analysis critical control point implementation. The purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility of the basic requirements of hazard analysis critical control point implementation in the tuna longline vessels. The research has been carried out by taking 10 samples of tuna longline vessels in the Nusantara Fishing Port of Pelabuhan Ratu and Samudera Fishing Port of Nizam Zachman, Jakarta. The basic requirements of eligibility conditions on longline vessels fishing in the port are pretty good. Results showed general assessment Y values are in the range of 2d”Y<4. This can be concluded that the applications of a pre requisite in sanitation standard operating procedure and good handling processing on tuna longline vessels in the both fishing ports were quite close to the standard, but improvements are still needed
CATCH RATE AND CATCH COMPOSITION OF FISH TRAWL BASED IN SIBOLGA, NORTH SUMATERA Widodo, Agustinus Anung; Mahiswara, Mahiswara
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 17, No 2 (2011): (December, 2011)
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To obtain data and information of fish trawl fishery performance operated in the Indian Ocean, a research was carried out through observation on board by observers as well as port sampling inSibolga Fishing Port by enumerators in September 2007, with the aimed to study the performance fish trawl fishery. These include fleet structure, trawl net design and construction, catch, fishing trip, fishing ground, and fishing operation. Results of research showed that there were 71 registered fish trawlers in Sibolga Fishing Port and only 25 boats active due to increasing of fuel price. The fleet structure of fish trawler consist of boat with size 31-114 GT which can be classified into 3 categories i.e. small(<60 GT), medium (60-150 GT), and large fish trawler (>150 GT). Design and construction of fish trawl net indicated that fish trawl net operates in the Indian Ocean was high opening trawl with head and ground rope of 27.8-41.5 m and 29,7-45.8 m, respectively. Fishing trip generally 10-12 days with effective days 7-9 days per trip and the number of net setting was 5-6 times each day. The fishing grounds of fish trawl based in Sibolga were the coastal waters area with maximum depth of 91 m. At least 40 species of fishes and shrimps identified during research and dominant fish species was ponyfish (Leiognathus spp.) threadfin bream (Nemipterus spp.), tall fin goatfish (Upeneus spp.), seacatfish (Arius sp.) as well as yellow striped goatfish (Upeneus vitattus). The average of catch of fish trawler fleet in the year of 2007 was 249.3 kg/haul and that number seems smaller than average of catch/haul previous years. This situation indicates that decreasing of catch per haul of fish trawlers based in Sibolga continues occurring and in other hand price of fuel raises significantly so that big fish trawlers size 150 GT with engine power more than 600 HP are not able to continue their fishing operation.

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