Fish caught in goa

In goa , according to media reports, approximately 1.76 tonnes of fish was caught last year, and a small amount, 35000 tonnes was exported. The exported fish are often canned in olive oil or tomato sauce. The fisheries department operates mobile fish stalls offering seafood at subsidized rates in Canacona, Navelim, Vasco and Porvorim and more mobile fish stalls have been ordered.

As there are a lot tourists in Goa, and fish form part of the local diet, there is a lot of demand for fish. The locally caught fish is sometimes not enough and the fish are also procured from neighbouring states like Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala

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Prices of fish in Goa

From media reports the prices of some varieties of fish in Goa are as follows
Mackerels : 5 fish for Rs 100
Sardines: 5-6 fish for Rs 100
Kingfish : Rs 750 per kg
Prawns : Rs 300-400 per kg , depending on the size of the prawns .
Larger prawns will be usually more expensive compared to smaller prawns

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Harvesting fish from lakes

In Panaji, some of the lakes are poorly maintained with people dumping glass and other bottles after drinking beer and other products in these lakes, causing pollution and clogging the lake. However if the lakes are well maintained, they can be used for breeding fish which can be harvested and then sold locally. The media reported that in Goa, the residents association had maintained a water body, and they sold the fish harvesting rights to the area for Rs 41000.
The person who purchased the fish harvesting rights was able to collect more than 600 kg of fish like chonak, tilapia, cat fish which were quickly sold out allowing the harvester to make a good profit
If water bodies are properly maintained and used for fish breeding , they can be a good source of passive income for those who own the area or have the right to use the water body
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Why Goldfish are the most popular pet fish

Goldfish are popular pet fish because they can be trained like other pets. For example when the pet owner will enter the room, the gold fish in the bowl are immediately detecting that the pet owner has come to the room, and are frantically asking for food . This is in contrast to other types of fish like Koi, Fighter Betta Fish which are largely passive and do not react when there is any movement or noise in the room where the fish bowl is located
The goldfish are also easy to keep fish as they as they remain alive for a relatively long period of time without much maintenance or care, in contrast to other fish like Koi, Guppies which are dying quite quickly
So though expensive at Rs 150 a pair, gold fish are highly recommended as pet fish

Fishbowls preferred compared to Aquariums

In areas where there is no reliable electricity or a shortage of space, it is advisable to purchase a fishbowl for keeping fish rather than have an aquarium. The aquairium tanks have a very elaborate system with lighting and a pump and require a electric power supply. In case the electric cable is cut or comes in contact with the water there is a possibility of a short circuit .
Only for very large fish it is recommended to get an aquarium as the bowls are available only in small sizes. The cost of a fishbowl is also far lower than the price of an aquarium. Usually a aquarium will cost at least Rs 3000 while a fish bowl will cost far less if sourced properly
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Guppies die quickly in goa

In most aquarium guides available, guppies are highly recommended as easy to keep fish . However in goa, over a period of time it is observed that the guppies are dying very quickly . A total of 15 fishes were purchased and almost all fish have survived for at least a few months, only three guppies have died
A total of four guppies were purchased , two from Mumbai in January 2017, and two from goa in February 2017
The two guppies from Goa died rather mysteriously within a month, while only guppy from Mumbai survives till date.
The guppy from Mumbai travelled a very long distance, yet it survived without major problems for nearly two months, while the guppies from goa died. It appears that many guppy keepers in goa are also facing the same problem, a report in times of india was also discussing the death of the three guppies
Any precautions to prevent the death of guppies in goa, will be greatly appreciated.

Catching fish in ponds, lakes

Though most of the fish available are from the sea, during monsoon, when trawler fishing will be restricted due to rough weather conditions, fish from other sources like lakes, ponds and rivers will be in demand as the supply from conventional sources will be extremely limited.

Fishing can be a relaxing hobby for many, and there are different types of fishing rods available. Some of the most popular fish in lakes,ponds are the catfish, and the African catfish is a commonly found spiecies. However eating fish from highly polluted areas can be very risky, as the water may contained toxic chemicals and metals , which can cause health problems.

While there are a number of baits available, earthworms are popular with young children, who enjoy fishing in nearby areas during monsoon.

Fish farming

To counter the problem in some countries, fish farming and shrimp farming is encouraged in some places where fish are introduced in water bodies to provide an alternative source of fish. Catching thse fish will be far cheaper than catching fish in a river or sea.

During summer, the water in lakes and ponds evaporate, and it is easier to catch the fish in the water body . It also appears that in summer, these fish farmers are selling the fish in lakes and ponds which are drying up. They will usually advertise the fish for sale, in the local newspapers.

However there are reports that fish, particularly shrimp farming can damage the environment, and the fish are liable to be affected by some diseases if proper precautions are not taken.

Variation in fish prices

There are many fish vendors who sell fish from door to door, however the price of the fish can vary depending on the variety of fish and the fish vendor. Expensive fish like pomfret can cost Rs 200- Rs 300 per fish, while relatively inexpensive fish like mackerel cost Rs 15-Rs 20 per piece. The vendors who are cleaning the fish are usually charging a higher price

There are some apps and websites for ordering fish online. However cleaning and cooking the fish can be time consuming,preparing the masala, so a person with less free time, may prefer to order fish from a restaurant or hotel. Frying fish can take less time, however the fish is less tasty.

There are also some small businesses which are selling marinated ready to cook fish, with pricing depends on the weight of the fish.

Fish dishes

In Panaji, the price and quality of a fish thali or fish dish can vary considerably depending on where the fish will be purchased and how much the restaurant owner is being harassed. At present 4 fish restaurants in panaji,goa have been researched for their fish thali. A mackerel thali (lunch) will usually cost less than a prawn, kingfish or mackerel lunch. In June, a restaurant in panaji was offering a fish thali for Rs 60, and in July the same restaurant was offering the same thali for Rs 70 and gave very few pieces of fish. Another restaurant charges Rs 80 for a mackerel lunch thali. The most expensive fish curry in panaji, goa till date cost rs 180 for a mackerel curry.

The price of the fish curry depends on the quality of the rice being used, quantity of fish supplied and packaging. In some places a single fried mackerel will be supplied, in other restaurants more fish pieces will be supplied. The cost of fish curry remains higher than a fried fish. One of the features of most of the restaurants is that fish is only supplied between 12 noon(or 12.30) to 3.30 pm during the day, and they do not supply the fish at other times, so it is not convenient for those who are in panaji for a short period of time.

It is advisable to get the fish packed as a parcel, so that it can be eaten over a period of time.