Municipal Fisheries Profile

I.              GENERAL INFORMATION

a.    Classification of Municipality        :1st Class

b.    Land Area                             : 44,500 sq.m. (source : masso)

c.    Length of Coastline             : 13.65 kms

d.    Total Population as of 2007           : 57,847  (2010 popcen san jose)

e.    Coastal Population              : 36,521 (NSO Projected : 14 coastal brgys)

f.     Total Household                  : 12,604 (2010 popcen san jose : 14 coastal brgys)

g.    No. of Coastal Household  : 5,984 (PCRA May 2004 : 1 km landward from shore)

h.    No. of  Barangays                : 28 brgys

i.      No. of Coastal Barangays  : 14 brgys

j.      No. of Fisherfolks :

Fishfarmers :

            Municipal Fishermen                      : 2,508

            Commercial Fishworkers                :    200

            Fish Processors                               :      60

Fish Trader/vendor                                      :    105

k.    Fishing Season       :

Peak Season            :           November - May

Lean Season            :           June - October

            Total No. of Residents Dependent on Fishing

Directly Dependent (full-time) :     (nd)

Indirectly Dependent (parttime) :   (nd)

List of Coastal Barangays

 

1. Maybato North

8. Madrangca

2. Maybato South

9. Funda-Dalipe

3. Malaiba

10. San Fernando

4. San Angel

11. Magcalon

5. Barangay 4

12. Mojon

6. Barangay 8

13. San Pedro

7. Barangay 3

14. Durog

II. FISHERY RESOURCES

A. Natural Resources

Habitat

Location

Area (hectare)

Species present

Coral Reefs

Malaiba

 

Massive, submassive, encrusting

 

Maybato North

 

Massive, submassive, encrusting

 

Brgy 3

 

 

Massive, submassive, encrusting, branching, digitate, tabular, foliose, heliopora, soft coral

 

Brgy 4

 

 

Madrangca

 

 

Dalipe

 

Seaweeds/Algae

Brgy 3

 

Lato, lusay

 

Durog

 

“gulaman”/gracilaria

Mangrove

Brgy 4

100 trees

Bakhaw

 

San Pedro

0.0

Bakhaw

 

Durog

1 tree

bakhaw

   B. Fishing Grounds

Name

Location

Estimated Area

Cuyo East Pass

Between Cuyo Is. & Panay Is.

(nd)

C. Communal Bodies of Water

a. Natural Bodies of Water

 

Name

 

Location

Est. Area

(hectare)

INFORMATION

Major species present/enhancement activities

 

Sibalom River Estuarine

 

San Pedro & Durog

 

15 has.

“tabios”, ilo-ilo, murok, tilapia, pasayan, crabs (alimango, kalampay, kiyamas), shells (awis, sisi, tibo-tibo, tampuka, bitanga) tughud, dalupingan, ubog, dadoy, haruan, sili, wasay

  • Tilapia stocks enhancement
  • Crab fattening in cage
  • Tilapia cage culture

 

Sibalom River

San Pedro, Durog & Pantao

50 has.

 

Intuwadan River

 

Durog

10 has.

 

Malandog River

 

Maybato South & Bariri

15 has.

Shells, crustaceans, awa, ,kikiro, shrimp,sisi/talaba, murok, alimango, wasay

    b. Man-made Bodies of Water (none)

Name

Location

Est Area

Operated by

Managed by

 

 

 

 

 

D. Inland Brgys w/ Fisheries Project

Name of Project

Location

Est Area

Operated by

Managed by

Modified Extensive Tilapia Culture

Supa

1,000 sq.m.

Efren V. Galedo

Modified Extensive Tilapia Culture

San Pedro

1,000 sq. m.

Noel O. Juplo

E. Coastal Resource Management Initiatives

(Coastal Resource Conservation, Protection & Enhancement Initiativeswere all LGU managed in partnership with the Brgy Council, m/bfarmc and ABAKADAGATAN)

CRM Projects

 

Description

 

Location

Area

(hectare)

Year

Launched/

 

Status

a. Marine Protected Area (MPA)/

Marine Sanctuary

Dalipe to  Brgy 4

10 ha. Core zone

69 ha buffer zone

May 2002

Live hard corals represent 37.7% of the benthic coverage in the MPA. With this %, the corals are qualified as fair (25%-50%). The reef looks rocky and new coral colonies of fast growing Acropora species (staghorn coral) area developing on the long dead corals.

 

b. Mangrove Plantation

Brgy 4 &

 

Durog

 

0.2 has.

2002

 

Apr 2005

100 trees survived(2 ft height)

Only 1 original hill remain, washed out  by typhoon inc in San Pedro.

c. Salt-making

 

Magcalon

Mojon

San Pedro

 

Apr. 2011

On-going

 

d. Artificial Reefs

Dalipe (at the buffer of the sanctuary)

90 units  jackstone type concrete modules

 

May 2009

It was deployed at the depth between 5mtrs – 10mtrs. It will be subjected for survey and assessment after 6 mos.

e. Payaw

 

 

    AR

Funda-Dalipe

 

Funda-Dalipe & Madrangca

1 uit

 

 

100 Jackstone type

 

 

2014

Implemented 2014

 

For deployment Feb 2015

 

 

f. Tilapia Stocks Enhancement

Intuwadan River,Durog & Sibalom river w/n San Pedro jurisdiction

500 fry &

750 brood

s tocks

May 2009

Onward

(Yearly)

It will be subjected for survey and assessment after 6 mos.

 

  1. CRM Activities Undertaken

Name of Activities

Year started /conducted

Agency/group Involved

Remarks/Other Infomation-

PCRA

2004

w/ PROCESS Fdn

Needs updating

Underwater survey & assessment

2006

2007

w/ PROCESS Fdn

w/ PROCESS Fdn

 

 

2008

w/ PROCESS Fdn & COASTHAVEN

 

Coastal Resource Mapping

2009

w/ COASTHAVEN

 

CRM Planning

2000-present

w/ PROCESS Fdn & COASTHAVEN

 

IEC-Environmental Education

2013-present

LGU- US PCV

On-going

Turtle Conservation

2013-Present

LGU&PCV, DENR

Ant. Marine & Wildlife

Protection Network

On-going

 

  1. MCS Activities

  

Name of Project/activities

Answer

Year Started/

Conducted

Agency Involved

Status 

Y

N

FLEET Trng

X

 

2005

2008

2009

W/ PROCESS Fdn, COASTHAVEN, PNP MARIG, BFAR

Conduct regular refresher course

Bantay Dagat Program

x

 

2003

W/ PROCESS Fdn, COASTHAVEN, PNP MARIG, BFAR

On going

Deputized Fish Warden

x

 

2005

 

Renewal of deputation order

Patrol Boats

x

 

2004

w/ PROCESS

w/ BFAR

Operational

For repair

FLEET Operational Plan

x

 

2005

W/ PROCESS Fdn, COASTHAVEN, PNP MARIG,

operational

Communication Devices for FLE

x

 

2005

w/ PROCESS Fdn

& LGU

operational

 

  1. Municipal Fisheries Ordinances (MFO)

Name of MFO

Answer

Agency Involved

Remarks

y

n

Comprehensive MFO (based on RA 8550)

x

 

PROCESS Fdn

Subjected for amendment CY 2009

MFO based on PD 704

 

x

 

 

Specific MFOS:

 

 

 

 

 on CRM Plan

 

x

FARMC, COASTHAVEN

Only SB resolution is ic

On Mun. Water Boundaries as delineated by NAMRIA

 

x

 

Under SB committee hearing due to conflicting boundaries w/ Hamtic

On Water Use/Zoning

 

x

 

 

On Fish Sanctuary

x

 

PROCESS, COASTHAVEN

Subjected for amendment CY 2009

On Mariculture Zone / Park

 

X

 

 

On Closed Season for Fish Species

 

X

 

Needs scientific basis.

  1. Other Related Information on Coastal Resources

Activities/Establishments in Coastal Zone

Answer

 

Location

Additional Information

y

n

Diving spot

x

 

Dalipe

Fish Sanctuary

Beach Resort

x

 

San Pedro, Mojon, Magcalon, Sn Fernando, Dalipe, Madrangca, Brgy 3, 4,

30

Industrial Operations

x

 

Maybato South

Ice Plant

 

 

 

San Fernando

Rice Mill

Fishport Phase II

Expansion of Mun. Fishport

X

 

Brgy. 4

Fishport

IV. FISHERIES PRODUCTION

             Aquaculture Production                :              2.5mt

            Municipal Fisheries Production    :           55,996.7mt (2008NSAP)

            Commercial Fisheries Prod           :           750,779.5mt (2008NSAP)

            Total Fisheries Production             :           806,778.7mt

 

  1. Municipal Fisheries                         :           Registered

a.    Number of Fishermen               :           1,585

b.    Number of Fishing Craft                                   :           208                 c. Average Catch

Motorized                               :           194     :           20

Non-motorized                      :           14        :           5

c.    Data on Fish Caught :

Major Fishing Method/gears used

Fishing Season

Major species caught

Annual Production (mt)

Multiple hook & line

 

Yellowbelly/Ornate threadfin bream (bisugo) Round scad, moonfish, ganges hairtail, sardines(samilog, bilong-bilong, liwit, tamban) Anchovies (gurayan/humuy-humuy)Tuna species =bullet/frigate, yellowfin, skipjack (alloy, bantalaan, kanturayan)_______________ (dorado)

40, 918.25

Hook & line

 

15, 699.45

 

 

 

  1. Commercial Fisheries :

Major Fishing Method/gears used

Fishing Season

Major species caught

Annual Production (mt)

Multiple hook & line

 

 

245,690.25

Hook & line

 

 

137,129.25

Ringnet

 

 

328,379.50

Purse Seine

 

 

 39,969.50

  1. Aquaculture

Brackishwater Fishpond Area                   :

Freshwater Fishpond Area                        :

Mariculture Area                              :

TOTAL AQUACULTURE AREA                                        :

a.    Brackishwater Fishpond Culture (None)

Species cultured

Area

Culture method

No. of Operators

No. of Farms

No. of ownership

Annual Production

Fam/Ind

Corporate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b.    Freshwater Fishpond Culture

Species cultured

Area

Culture method

No. of Operators

No. of Farms

No. of ownership

Annual Production

Fam/Ind

Corporate

Tilapia

2.5

Semi-intensive

10

10

10

 

2.0

Catfish

0.2

Semi-intensive

3

3

3

 

0.15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

c.    Mariculture (none)

Species cultured

Area

Culture method

No. of Operators

No. of Farms

No. of ownership

Annual Production

Fam/Ind

Corporate

 

             

d.    Fry Production from Natural Ground

Species or fry produced

Area

Location

Production

Previous yr

Target prod for this yr

Bangus

 

14 coastal brgys

 

10,000

e.    Fry Production from Fish Hatchery (none)

Species cultured

 

 

Culture method

No. of Operators

No. of Farms

No. of ownership

Annual Production

Fam/Ind

Corporate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. POST HARVEST     :

a.    No. of fisherfolks/residents engaged in fish processing/value adding : 60

b.    Species commonly processed  : dorado, flying fish, young sardines, anchovies.

English Name

Common Name

Final Processed Product

Prod’n Volume

Market/Buyer of Processed  Food

Young sardines

lilang

ginamos

4mt

Local

 

 

Flying fish

bansi

Daeng/pinakas

10mt

Local, negros, iloilo

Common dolphin fish

dorado

Fishball, fish sausage

 

 

anchovies

gurayan

dilis

0.2mt

local

 

     

 

  1. SALT PODUCTION

No. of Fisherfolks and/or residents engaged on salt production : 25

Location

Area

Prod’n Volume

(mt)

Market or Buyer

Owner/Operator

 
 

San Pedro

50 sqm

.25

local

ABAKADAGATAN

 

Mojon

50 sqm

.25

local

do

 

Madrangca

50 sqm

.25

Local

do

 

Funda-Dalipe

50 sqm

.25

local

do

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    V.   SUPPORT FACILITIES

A. Financing Institutions

B. Fish Port:

Name

Location

Adminitrator

San Jose Fishing Port           

Phase II Expansion

Brgy. 4

LGU San Jose

C. Fish Landing Site      

Name

Location

Operational

Non-opera

Adminitrator

San Angel

Brgy San Angel

x

 

Brgy Council

     D. Ice Plant & Cold Storage

Name

Location

Production Capacity

Storage capacity

Operational

Non-operational

OWNER/Operator

San Rafael

Maybato South

nd

nd

x

 

nd

 

      E. Fishermen Organization:

Name                         :           ABAKADGATAN

Location/Scope        :           Municipalwide

No, of Members        :           35

Date Registered       :           May 29, 2006

Registering Agency :           SEC

F. BFARMCs                                          Chairperson

  1. Durog                                     Manuel Ardenio      
  2. San Pedro                             Jeffrey Escarza
  3. Mojon                                     Rommel Escanillas
  4. Magcalon                              Rogemar Samones            
  5. Sn. Fernando                       ----------------------
  6. Dalipe                                    Carlos Luces Sr.
  7. Madrangca                            Elmer Ereña
  8. Brgy 3                                     Ricardo Ardenio
  9. Brgy 4                                     Leonard Pajate
  10. Malaiba                                  Raul Moreno
  11. San Angel                             Raul Barte
  12. Maybato North                      ---------------------
  13. Maybato South                     Tomas Panguiton