Environmentally Friendly Fishing Competition

Tournament Fishing Boat On The Road (BOTR) in 2010 in Lake Kenyir, Terengganu on 7 to 9 May to enforce compliance, especially the concept of environmentally friendly catch and release ethic, catch limits for fish sebarau and set the minimum size of species toman.
This means that each team are allowed to fish six fish sebarau toman while the minimum size allowed to be played must be over 40 centimeters long. Organisers also limit the heaviest six fish will be played for each team. 

Other measures that are deemed environmentally friendly release all fish caught alive and ensure the participants handle with care and not catch fish injury. The use of hooks and bait from the three organs of animals are also prohibited. Live bait such as ducklings and frogs are also prohibited. "These are the distinctive features of a fishing competition Boat On The Road, emphasizing the environmental friendliness of the interest of fisheries resources, the environmental sustainability and safety of participants," said Executive Director of Editorial Operations News and Media Prima, Datuk Ahmad A Talib, who is also advisor contest it.
Competition rules, he said, were concerned about the safety of their players by making a float wearing safety jackets, ending the competition right at 6 pm and set all the above activities only after the boat house. The second day of competition began at 7 am and end before 10 am Gawi participants back to base.
"Ponton mark the boundaries of the area is also installed at the mouth of a stream to prevent the participants back and forth to each house boat upstream and participants are monitored for at least two marshals Rods," he said.
Participants led security police, Civil Defence Department, Real and enforcement relating to the lake. While the movement of vehicle convoys participants from Sri Pentas TV3 Tasik Kenyir to 428 kilometers far from the hours of 8 am on May 7 the police conducted and supported the team marshals, mechanics and truck towed. 

BOTR competition organized by the unit Rods Star and TV3 in collaboration with the State Government. The event aims to promote new slot includes 13 series of admissible release fishing hole across the country that will air in mid-May TV3.
Organizing, particularly targeting 50 four wheel drive vehicles (4x4) involving 150 to 200 participants who will be using a small boat in the location of the competition. At least 15 house boats used to bring participants and boats to locations situated on the River Mandak, about two hours to travel from Pangkalan Gawi.
Participants charged a fee of RM250 package includes one night accommodation at the resort, dinner, and sate, house boat rentals, and gift certificate (hats and t-shirts) in addition to seven sessions to eat in the house boat.
A sum of RM10, 000 awarded to the team that won the champions take home RM3, 000; the RM, 2000, and the third RM1, 000. A total of 10 consolation prizes of RM300 each, and five consolation worth RM200 each were offered to individual participants.
BOTR in conjunction with, the competition for the locals held at 8 am on May 8 in the bank base by offering prizes Gawi total of RM3, 000 to RM10 a fee with a boom.
In another development, the state government does not allow any fishing activities and fishing in the River Snail River Mandak and start today.
Chairman of Tourism, Arts and Heritage State, Zaabar Datuk Mohd Adib, said the two rivers have identified the state government and the Central Terengganu Development Authority (Centered) as the location occupied various species of freshwater fish with a class of its own.
"Location will be closed from all fishing activities and fishing for a week to ensure that participants get the fish.
"In addition, as a sign of collaboration with TV3 and fishing gear unit that launched the program to attract the public once a lake Kenyir as the best destination for domestic tourism," he said.
The closing date on May 4 (Monday) this. More information see the ad on page 12 or contact Umbai (013-3310166).

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