Catches of Hydrocynus vittatus Castelnau during sardine fishing operations in Lake Kariba

by K. L. Cochrane

Publisher: Trustees of the National Museums and Monuments of Rhodesia in [Salisbury]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 108 Downloads: 497
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Places:

  • Kariba, Lake (Zambia and Zimbabwe)

Subjects:

  • Freshwater fishes -- Kariba, Lake (Zambia and Zimbabwe),
  • Tigerfish.,
  • Sardine fisheries -- Kariba, Lake (Zambia and Zimbabwe),
  • Predation (Biology),
  • Fish populations.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 108.

*Fish marked thus have been recorded though there were no photos. The date of capture may have made photographs impractical. My reference for all such fish is Fred Bullers Domesday Book of Mammoth Pike**** No witness to fish and poor photos. No record is kept of pike caught by means other than rod and line. Abalos, T.U., The aquaculture engineering design of a freshwater recirculating system for intensive culture of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). p. Book of Abstracts. World Aquaculture ' February , , Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. A Book For Everyone Recently I picked up a new book titled 'The Stream' by Brian Clark published by Swan Hill at just £ It's an excellent read and one that should be read by all the family and not just the angler. This is not another, 'How to catch them' book It's a far more important book than that. Another famous species, simply called the tigerfish (Hydrocynus vittatus), is commonly found in the southernly Okavango Delta, and the Zambezi River, and also in the two biggest lakes along the.

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During the 10 years since publication of the first edition of this well-recieved book, the carp and pond fish farming industry has continued to grow steadily. Fully revised and updated, this comprehensive new edition provides a detailed and practical guide to the principles and practices of farming cyprinid fish, using traditional and modern. , , The food and feeding behaviour of Limnothrissa miodon (Boulenger, ) in Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe. Hydrobiologia Mandima, J.J. , , Spatial and temporal variations in the food of the sardine Limnothrissa miodon (Boulenger, ) in Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe. Fish. Res. 48(2)   The sounder indicated what it should - a flat sandy bottom. Turned the fish ID feature on and lo and behold within about 30 secs, there's fish under the boat!And they kept coming! At least, until I returned the sounder to it's ususal mode. I can pretty much guarantee that a school didn't pass through at the precise moment I switched it to Fish ID.! The practice is a traditional community fishing method called shore fishing or ‘karaivalai meenpidippu’ in Tamil. It aims to catch schools of fish that come close to the shore for spawning.

Catches of Hydrocynus vittatus Castelnau during sardine fishing operations in Lake Kariba by K. L. Cochrane Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cochrane, K.L. () Catches of Hydrocynus vittatus Castelnau during sardine fishing operations in Lake Kariba. National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe, Kariba Stud., 7, Cited by: Catches of Hydrocynus vittatus Castelnau during sardine fishing operations in Lake Kariba.

Kariba Stud., 7, National Museums and Monuments of Rhodesia, by: Cochrane, K.L., Catches of Hydrocynus vittatus Castelnau during sardine fishing operations in Lake Kariba.

Kariba(7)– Cochrane, K.L., Seasonal fluctuations in the catches of Limnothrissa miodon (Boulenger) in Lake Kariba. Catches of Hydrocynus vittatus Castelnau during sardine fishing operations in Lake Kariba. Kariba Studies No. 7, Preliminary quantitative estimates of pelagic fish stocks in Lake.

Cochrane, K. Catches of Hydrocynus vittatus Castelnau during sardine fishing operations. Kariba Studies – Donnelly, B. A preliminary survey of Tilapia nurseries on Lake Kariba during / Hydrobiologia – P. The impact of predation especially by the Tiger Fish (Hydrocynus vittatus.

Abstract. On the bases of detailed studies made on Canadian lakes Rawson (e.g. ) has shown how biological productions (harvest) of plankton, benthos, and fish depend on morphometric, adaphic, and climatic factors.

In fact during the last twenty years the relationships existing in lacustrine environments between potential fish harvest and fish catch in particular and physico-chemical Author: Eugene K. Balon, André G. Coche. A preliminary survey of Tilapia nurseries on Lake Kariba during –68 Kenmuir, D.H.S.

The commercial exploitation of stocks of tigerfish, Hydrocynus vittatus Castelnau, in Lake Kariba, Rhodesia, by means of B.E. The influence of river flow on pelagic sardine catches in Lake Kariba. Fish Biol., – Kenmuir, D.H.S. () An analysis of data on the tigerfish Hydrocynus vittatus Castelnau obtained from Kariba International Tigerfish Tournaments.

Newsl. Limnol. Soc. Southern Afr., Cited by: Lake Kariba (Fig. ) is artificial and probably one of the most studied freshwater impoundments in Africa, as judged from the bibliographical listings (Marshall, ; Sanyanga, ; Hutton.

The number of rigs and fishing permits to be issued each year is recommended by the Lake Kariba Fisheries Research Institute, based on factors including the annual Maximum Sustainable Yield (MSY), the number of applicant fishing companies, size of their fishing fleet and their maximum allowable catch.

The tiger-fish, Hydrocynus vittatus is a common carnivorous species in Lake Kariba and more than 80% of its diet is composed of fish (Kenmuir, ). vittatus is one of the most abundant species in the lake and contributes about 50% by weight to the monthly gill-net catches in the Sinazongwe area of the lake (Annual Reports, Fish.

Res. Divn. – 84). Abstract. The Zambezi River system, lying between 24–38°E, 12–20°S, is the largest of the African systems flowing into the Indian Ocean (Balek ) and consists of three sections (Jubb ): Upper, from sources to the Victoria Falls ( km); Middle, from the falls to the Cahora Bassa Rapids ( km) and Lower, from Cahora Bassa to the Indian Ocean ( km) (Fig.

1; Balon & Coche ).Cited by: The diet of the tigerfish, Hydrocynus vittatus (Castelnau ) from a small impoundment (Malilangwe reservoir) was investigated. The tigerfish is an introduced piscivorous fish in this : Beaven Utete. In Lake Kariba Synodontis zambezensis Peters dominated catches in a survey done in – using Lundgren multimesh monofilament gill-nets.

zambezensis had a catch of % fresh weight followed by Serranochromis codringtonii (%), Hydrocynus vittatus (%) then Schilbe intermedius (%).Cited by: 6. Management of the sardine fishery on Lake Kariba since its inception involves the enforcement of the following regulations: (a) limitation on entry through licensing; (b) limitation of fishing gear through the application of a minimum mesh size of 8 mm; (c) limitation of fishing to areas more than 20 m by: 3.

To date, only a single study has examined the angling stress responses of a freshwater game fish, in this case the tigerfish, Hydrocynus vittatus (Castelnau, ), in southern Africa (Smit et al. Lake Malawi is one of the most species-rich freshwater bodies in the world. Conservation of aquatic resources in the lake, however, competes with the need to provide for food and livelihood for a majority of adjacent fishing communities.

The lake is therefore impacted by both anthropogenic and environmental factors. This study looks at the changes in the fisheries of Lake Malawi between Cited by: 3. The relationship of temperature and hydrological factors to catch per unit effort, condition and size of the freshwater sardine, Limnothrissa miodon (Boulenger), in Lake KaribaAuthor: Portia Chifamba.

Hydrocynus vittatus, the African tigerfish, tiervis or ngwesh is a predatory freshwater fish distributed throughout much of Africa. This fish is generally a piscivore but it has been observed leaping out of the water and catching barn swallows in : Actinopterygii. CABORA BASSA DAM With the initial explosive increase of Salvinia on Kariba in mind, it appears quite probable that within two years of closure, something between 25 % and 40 % of the surface of Lake Cabora Bassa could be covered by floating infestant macrophytes, i.e.by: Azuma, M.

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Pap.Reproductive biology and growth of sardine (Sardinella longiceps) in Sibolga Bay Annual report Auke Creek Weir operations and fish counts. NMFS, Auke Bay Laboratory, Glacier Highway. Cochrane, K.L., The influence of food availability, breeding seasons and growth on commercial catches of Limnothrissa miodon (Boulenger) in Lake Kariba.

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