After the fishing ban for large boats on the seas, which started on April 15, the seas were left to coastal fishermen.
After the fishing ban for large boats in the seas, which started on April 15, the seas were left to coastal fishermen. Indicating that after the fishing ban, the fish came to the coast and thus they had the opportunity to catch more fish, the coastal fishermen stated that they sold the fish they caught at a good price. Mustafa Öntürk, one of the fishermen, stated that the big boats damaged the sea and the sea was relaxed after the fishing ban. "Therefore, the economic value of the fish we catch increases even more. Nowadays, we generally hunt haddock," he said. Kadir Kavzoğlu, who has been engaged in coastal fisheries for many years, stated that they will hunt more in the coming days as the weather warms up and said, "The ban on large boats was good for us as coastal fishermen. Therefore, the fish we catch became more profitable. These times we usually hunt haddock and red mullet, but only for 15 days. "Then, the mullet will go down to the beach, so there will be more hunting. At ...
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