The ban on fishing in Lake Skadar begins on March 15 and will last until May 15, 2019, reported from the company JP National Parks of Montenegro (JPNPCG), which controls the national parks of Montenegro. During this period, fishing is prohibited on all types of fish and other aquatic organisms, but eels.
Representatives of Montenegro’s National Parks note that from March 15 to May 15 is a period when heat-loving species of fish swim to small and warm areas of Lake Skadar for breeding, and it is during this time that they must be carefully protected from fishing and at the same time, to ensure their unimpeded spawning.
“We especially emphasize the fact that catching and transporting fish during the fishing ban period causes enormous damage to the general biodiversity of Lake Skadar and is a criminal offense,” said JPNPCG Director, Elvir Klich. He also noted that after the entry into force of the law banning fishing in a given period of time and in order to preserve the fishery fund of Lake Skadar, the directorate of Lake Skadar National Park will hire security patrols.
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