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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Influence Of Purse Seine And Pole Line Capture To Body Size Of Skipjack Tuna (Katsuwonus Pelamis Linnaeus)

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Asia, Heru Santoso, Moh. Zaini, Jul Mahonas, Muh. Zainul Arifin



Katsuwonus pelamis, skipjack tuna, Bitung, purse seine, pole line



The aim of research investigated influence of purse seine and pole line capture to body lenght of skipjack tuna (K. pelamis). The experiment was held January to December 2016 in Bitung, North Sulawesi used three fisheries management. Fishing gear of K. pelamis in the experiment is purse seine and pole line. The result was showed difference K. pelamis body length based fishing gear. Based on the reseach, body lengh of K. pelamis affected by their habitat and food diversity in three fisheries management. The experiment used purse seine fishing gear is a non-selective fishing tool, while the pole line is a fishing tool that is very easy to apply, environmentally friendly and selective. This is great importance in fishery assessments and sustainability of K. pelamis in Bitung.



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