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The anchovy and longnose anchovy season will begin on 11 February in the southern zone. (Photo: YouTube/sebastian24666)

Dates set for anchovy season in southern zone

PERU
Friday, January 28, 2011, 02:00 (GMT + 9)


The Ministry of Production (Produce) has authorized anchovy (Engraulis ringens) and longnose anchovy (Anchoa nasus) fishing from 11 February in the area between 16°00'00" South Latitude (Ático) and the extreme south of the maritime domain.

The authorities decided that the season will end on either 30 June or when the fleet has reached the Maximum Total Allowable Catch (MTAC) set at 400,000 tonnes of anchovy for indirect human consumption (IHC).

However, the closure date may be extended or reduced depending on environmental and biological conditions, as will be reported by the Peruvian Institute of Marine Affairs (Imarpe).

Fishing vessels may participate in the southern anchovy fishery only if they are registered and licensed by the Government to do so.

Licensed vessels must:

    * Use steel purse nets with a minimum mesh size of ½ inch (13 mm);
    * Perform under the Convenio de Fiel y Cabal Cumplimiento and in full accordance with the Special Regime of Fisheries of the South;
    * Make only one fishing trip in an interval of 24 hours;
    * Have on-board platforms with a Beacon Satellite Tracking System (Sisesat) which should permanently give satellite positioning signals.

The Produce also ordered a ban on the extraction and/or processing of anchovies and white anchovies which are smaller than 12 centimeters in length, allowing for a maximum tolerance of 10 per cent in the number of anchovy caught.

If recorded percentages are above the 10 per cent limit for daily landings when found at a specified port, they will be suspended from fishing activities, for a minimum period of three consecutive days in fishing areas.

According to the latest Statistical Bulletin prepared by the Produce, in November 2010, the Peruvian fleet landed 231,500 tonnes of anchovy, 79.7 per cent less than the same month of 2009, when 1,138,200 tonnes were unloaded.

Meanwhile, between January and November 2010, 3,173,400 tonnes of anchovy were landed, 35.1 per cent less than the same period in 2009 (4,893,400 tonnes).


By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com
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