The municipal government through the Municipal Coastal Resource Management Office (MCRMO), in coordination with the MFARMC and the Barangay Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Management Councils (BFARMCs), shall maintain a list of registered municipal fishers who fish in the municipal waters of Dumalinao. This is for the purpose of regulating entry into municipal waters, and monitoring of fishing activities and other related purposes. Such a list or registry shall be updated annually or whenever necessary, and copies of which shall be posted in the municipal and barangay halls and other strategic locations for validation and verification, inclusion and exclusion purposes.
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- 01 July 2012
The coastal and fishery resources of the municipality shall be reserved for the proper and sustainable use of the residents of Dumalinao, especially for the municipal fishers and their organizations that are duly accredited by the Sangguniang Bayan, subject to existing laws and regulations. Provided, however, that fishers from other municipalities may be allowed to use the coastal and fishery of the municipality so long as they comply with national and local laws, particularly on the proper use of resources, registration, and the issuance of permits and licenses.
- 01 July 2012
Multiple handline or bundak or in the local name Bira-bira per estimated average gross monthly income got a total of P 12,218.00. This is the second largest monthly income of fishermen in the coastal barangays as next to simple gillnet. Fishermen who use to catch fish using simple gillnet gear type got a gross income of P 31,500.00 per month.This manifested that using this type of gear got highest income.