• 01 October 2018
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The Secretariat of Fisheries of the Government of Tamaulipas gave talks to fishermen on techniques of responsible capture, to raise awareness in the preservation of endemic species and to strengthen their reproduction cycle in order to maintain the economic dynamism of the livestock sector.

By instructions of the governor Francisco Javier García Cabeza de Vaca, in coordination with the National Fisheries Commission (CONAPESCA), of the Federal Government, the Secretary of Fisheries and Aquaculture Raúl Ruiz Villegas, with the intention of contributing to the conservation of aquaculture in internal and national waters, intensified the Responsible Fishing program, to species susceptible to commercial capture, providing timely information on the size and network with which the different species should be captured, while encouraging fishermen in the municipalities related to the fishing sector of Tamaulipas to have their corresponding permits in order.

"The inspector officers of SEPESCA give talks about the norms related to fishing gear prohibited in waters of federal jurisdiction of the United Mexican States; we are here to help you, that is the governor's task Cabeza de Vaca, we know that if we maintain this closeness and direct information with the fishermen, fishing in Tamaulipas will always be carried out under the strict rules of work and preservation of the species, "said Ruiz Villegas.

The talks are in direct benefit of Tamaulipas fishermen that boost their family economy through the activity in rivers and lagoons of the entity, will serve so that Tamaulipas is positioned as a potential state in the production of several species.

The inspectors of the Directorate for the Promotion of Legality offer information on the negative effects of the use of prohibited fishing gear and sanctions in accordance with current regulations.

With the strengthening of the responsible fisheries program, the Government of Tamaulipas ratifies its commitment to grant social welfare to all Tamaulipas in everyone's time.

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