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Fishing Tour In Myanmar

Fishing Tour In MyanmarIf you have plenty of time and loads of patient then Angling or Fishing could be a very interesting sport for you. Fishing is an Eco-friendly sport which require great patient and lots of time. This sport would not suite for those who are out of patience when they loose a fish or get tired while waiting for their catch. Irrawaddy dolphins live in marine and freshwater of Myanmar. They can be sighted in both coastal areas and Ayeyawady River. The Ayeyawady River is formerly known as Irrawaddy River and the name Irrawaddy Dolphin was taken from this river.

One year after Cyclone Nargis hit the Irrawaddy Delta in Myanmar (Burma), fishing families have boats, crab cages, fishing nets and other equipment, thanks to Action by Churches Together International. Castnet fishing with the help of Irrawaddy dolphins in upper reaches of the Ayeyawady River is a unique of Myanmar. Dolphins help castnet fishermen by driving fish towards the castnet fishing canoe.

The two fishermen (right) are unidentified for their protection. ACT, a global alliance to which the ELCA and the Lutheran World Federation belong, has provided food, tarps, farm tools, school kits and more. Want to fish fresh water fish in Myanmar ? Not only fishing, but adventure trip to get the Lake.

Fishing Tour In MyanmarThe Myanmar government has provided 10,000 fishing boats to fishermen in cyclone-hit areas in country's southwestern Ayeyawaddy delta to help fishery recovery work, according to the Fisheries Federation Sunday. In addition to those supplied by the Myanmar government, the Singapore government and the country's well wishers have also donated 200 fishing boats and 200 fishing nets to survived fishermen in two cyclone-hit areas in the delta area to reinforce the fishery undertakings after storm, the sources said.

According to an earlier local report, a total of 9,500 fishing boats, spoiled in the May storm, have been rebuilt for fishermen to revive their fishery undertakings in areas such as Laputta, Ngaputaw, Mawlamyinegyun, Phyapon, Bogalay, Dedaye and some other storm-hit areas in Yangon division.

Fishing is the most significant nonagricultural pursuit in Myanmar. Fish, which supply the main protein element in the Myanma diet, generally are dried and salted before marketing or consumed fresh or as fish paste. Roho labeo and various carp are the main species caught. Traditionally, the Myanma preferred fish from fresh or brackish water; but saltwater fishing in the shallow waters of the Bay of Bengal, Andaman Sea, and Gulf of Martaban has increased in recent years. To encourage a larger saltwater catch, the government embarked on expanded deep-sea fishing operations and erected a cold storage plant, a fish cannery, and a fish oil and meal factory.

During the fiscal year ending in March, Myanmar exported 205,463 tonnes of seafood. The country earned $167 million and 20 million euros from normal trade, and K11.45 billion through border trade. For more details information about Fishing Tour please do not hesitate to Contact Us
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