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Tawilis harvest

Tawilis harvest

A fisherman shows his basket full of tawilis and other fish caught from the waters of Taal Lake after the closed fishing season at the water body was lifted last April 30. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources in Calabarzon had received complaints of illegal commercial fishers all throughout the closed season that started March 1—the most active spawning period for the tawilis based on studies discussed during the recent Tawilis Summit 2019. As the closed season ended, Lito De Villa, a private citizen residing in the Taal Volcano Protected Landscape, said he is impressed with the increased sizes of the Tawilis. 

Topics: tawilis , Taal Lake , Department of Environment and Natural Resources , Tawilis Summit 2019
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