Due to the large number of complaints from Montenegrin citizens, as well as the monthly demands of fishermen and local residents of the Bay of Kotor, another law enforcement action was taken yesterday to remove illegal and unmarked fishing gear in the area of Kotor, Perast, Risan and Morinje to the shipyard Bijela.
The violent storm that raged in the Bay of Kotor in the last few days and which still poses big problems for the team that conducted this action probably caused not so much illegal fishing nets as usual to be removed from the bay, but A significant number of other illegal gear and fishing gear were seized.
Despite the extremely difficult conditions at sea, the “united team”, consisting of the commander and three members of the patrol boats and boats from Herceg Novi, the fishery inspector and two participants in the Stop Illegal Fishing campaign, examined the area and removed 19 illegally installed nets and illegal 3 nuggets.
Such activities will be held even more and more intensively, and will also be carried out in other areas of the Montenegrin coast, so we ask all citizens to legalize their fishing gear and add them to the legal system, rather than trying to engage in any kind of fishing or underwater hunting without the necessary permits, reports an informal group of sports fishermen and nature lovers of Montenegro.
Any questions about what fishing tools and tackle you can legally use in Montenegro and how to set them up, as well as the rights and obligations enjoyed by the owner of any fishing permit, can be easily resolved by sending a request to the fishermen’s club. The list of these clubs and their contacts are on the website of the Union of Montenegro sports fishermen - www.ssrm-cg.com
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