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International Black sea day

International Black sea day (International Black Sea Day) is celebrated to commemorate the day in 1996 when six black sea countries — Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, Georgia, Russia and Ukraine — signed the Strategic action plan on rehabilitation and protection of the Black sea .

This Plan was developed after a thorough research of the marine environment, which showed that its viability has deteriorated significantly in comparison with the previous three decades.

Its main purpose was to draw international attention to what irreparable damage to the sea causes overfishing, water pollution and global warming .

On this day in the participating countries this document a variety of activities devoted to the problems of the Black sea and preserving its unique ecosystem. Their main aim is the formation of public opinion in defense of the sea and facilitation of education of ecological culture of the population.

Fishing on the Black sea

On the Black sea can be successfully catch fish with spinning. For those who first planned to go fishing on the Black sea will give recommendations on caring for gear and introduce undesirable for a catch and even dangerous inhabitants of the Black sea: a sea Scorpion and a dragon. Continue reading

Dangerous inhabitants of the coast of Pattaya

Going on vacation to any place in the tropics, tourists are often concerned about dangerous animals. Fishing or diving requires a long stay in the water and on the adjacent territory. Therefore, the best pre-inquire about a variety of local fauna. The resorts of Pattaya known for the coastal zone and the city is thoroughly cleaned of unwanted animals. However, outside of the beach area the shores of ponds full of various pests and insects. In addition, even the clean beach is not without a deep sea dweller.

Dangerous inhabitants of the Gulf of Thailand

Shark. Be found shark the probability is always there, but here it is small. Not all of them are dangerous to humans. In Pattaya there has been no case of attack. The most dangerous include black and white sharks. Also found here whale sharks. They are reasonably aggressive behavior and can take divers or fishermen for sea lions. And here is leopard print or grey shark will attack only when he tasted blood.

Fish-stone. Diligently hiding from people, and dwells on rocky shores. To find this fish is quite difficult, so the chance to meet her on an organized fishing or the beach of the hotel is practically zero. If it by chance managed to catch, should be very careful to let her go back, not touching. It is very poisonous. Continue reading

Fishing in the Red sea

In the Red sea according to different sources there are more than 1250 species of marine fauna. Local fishermen since the days of Ancient Egypt go to sea and catch fish from the sea, which for many on the coast of Egypt is the most accessible food. The price of fish in Egypt is significantly lower than for meat animals. So, the prices at the fish market of Hurghada range from 10 to 35 pounds per 1 kg. Especially popular are tuna, mackerel, Wahoo (king mackerel), Barracuda, grouper, bongos (red snapper), bahara (mangrove snapper), flounder, Gar, squid. Delicacies are considered to be the heavenly Emperor, Dorado, Jack, Napoleon, and others.

Daily fish market Hurghada local fishermen bring their rich variety of marine catch. Mostly fish they catch networks specifically permitted for commercial fishing places. The catch of sea fish is not only dependent on luck, right place, quality fishing tackle and baits, but also on the time of day and season of the year. Best sea fishing trips start at sunrise and continue till midday. Most good bite from 7 am to 11 am local time, then the activity of fish is reduced to total absence of the strikes, which resumed in the afternoon, towards evening. Porosimetry biting on the Red sea from 16.30-17.00 to sunset. Continue reading

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