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The Status Of Catch Per Unit Effort (Cpue) And Utilization Rate Of Skipjack Tuna (Katsuwonus Pelamis) In The Kolaka Waters, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia

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Ramlah S, La Sara, Ayub Padangaran, and Muslim Tadjuddah



Kolaka, Skipjack, CPUE, MSY, Utilization Rate



The waters of Kolaka Regency, covered info the WPP RI 713, is located in the eastern part of Bone Bay and potentially for skipjack fishery.This research was aimed at analyzing the catch per unit effort (CPUE), the maximum sustainable yield and the utilization rate of the fish in the waters. The method used in this research was a descriptive research using a case study. Data were collected from two sources, namely the recording data at the Fishery Office of Kolaka Regency and the local fishermen. About 144 samples of fishermen were gathered, consisting of various operating fishing such as pole and line, purse seine, handline, kite-line fishing, and boat lift net. The gathered data were analyzed to construct the status of CPUE, MSY, and the utilization rate. The results exhibit that the trends of CPUE undergo a fluctuation during the 2011 to 2017. The average production of this fish for those years is about 0.95 tons/trip. Both the Catch Maximum Sustainable Yield (CMSY) and Economic Sustainable Yield (EMSY) are 9,130.34 tons/year, and 4,767.78 trips/years, respectively. The use rate and the fishing effort of this species, are still under the CMSY (1.093.85 tons/year) and EMSY (1,075.71 trips/year).



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