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Posts about Indian ocean written by Sami Salmenkivi. Pterocaesio tile, common name Dark-banded fusilier, Blue-streak Fusilier, Bartail fusilier and Neon Fusilier, is a fish belonging to the family Caesionidae. Pterocaesio tile can reach a length of 25 centimetres (9.8 in).The back of the body is dark blue, while the flanks show a bluish green strike with a black stripe along the lateral line.
The Indian Ocean is a truly magical place, nowhere on Earth can boast the vast array of animal life that resides within its waters. This, in turn, makes fishing in the Indian Ocean a must do experience.
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Indian Ocean, the Bayota, 28 January. Nothing… nothing but the slow pace of the long wait. Seine fishing requires infinite patience. Eyes fixed on the ocean, perched on the crow’s nest (a type of seine fishing lookout tower 18 metres high!); the watchman can stay there for hours or even days and weeks without spotting any tuna shoals.
The data suggests that the removal of reef fish in the British Indian Ocean Territory has increased since 2013, and that sharks are being deliberately targeted. In April of 2015, researchers headed out to the Chagos Archipelago in the Indian Ocean to service acoustic receivers they had dotted around ...
The warmth of the Indian Ocean keeps phytoplankton production low, except along the northern fringes and in a few scattered spots elsewhere; life in the ocean is thus limited. Fishing is confined to subsistence levels. Its fish are of great and growing importance to the bordering countries for domestic consumption and export.
“We at the Seychelles Sport Fishing Club As a team have a vision of showing the world how good the fishing is in the Indian Ocean, and how best to share it with everyone,” says organiser Robert ‘Fly’ Navarro. And that’s exactly what the Indian Ocean Marlin Cup is: a celebration of fishing in the Indian Ocean for everyone to share.
The Indian Ocean is the third largest of Earth's five oceans. Due to the fact that it is the warmest ocean, the water temperatures do minimize the possibility of some plants and animals thriving there. Despite the warmth, many species of animals and plants, including fish, turtles and flowering plants, make their home in the Indian Ocean.
(This gallery is adapted from the feature"Indian Ocean Eden" in the March, 2014, issue of Sport Fishing_ magazine_.) Locally, they just call it “the drop.” See it on the screen of a color sounder and you’ll understand.