With simple and effective procedures, you can collaborate to reduce the impact of transport and use of live baits.
- Try to use baits from your own fishing region. Capturing baits, especially small fish, is fun and can be a separate challenge on your trip.
- Never release live baits at the end of the fishery if they come from other watersheds. Sacrifice all before releasing them, to avoid causing environmental changes. This is true even for mollusks, arthropods (insects, crustaceans etc) and worms from other regions.
- In the acquisition of native baits from the region, give preference to those cultivated in regional fish farms that demonstrate concern and environmental responsibility.
- Boat nurseries and, above all, the water that remains stored are excellent vehicles for the transmission of unwanted diseases and possibly pests such as the golden mussel. When using your boat, thoroughly disinfect parts that remain wetter for longer before taking it to another region of the country, and especially another watershed. Use bleach at the rate of one tablespoon (or about 5 ml) for every liter of water, and let it act for about 20 to 30 minutes.
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