A competition on black bass fishing in "No kill" in Continental Water, organized by the High Commission for Water and Forests and the Fight Against Desertification in cooperation with German Development Cooperation from 16-16 November 2018 Dam Pond Moulay Abdellah (Tamri, Agadir Province), brought together 80 Moroccan fishermen from, like 20 fishermen from France, Germany, Belgium, Spain, Netherlands.
The purpose of this collection according to a news sent to LeVert.ma is to highlight Morocco's commitments for the development of sustainable fisheries in the context of climate issues and to promote this sustainable tourism component at regional level and to create a platform for exchanges with relevant stakeholders to structure attractive products that cater to the needs and requirements of tourist fishermen.
The program established a fishing village for the benefit of the public and included information kiosks on fishing activities, a presentation of local products, sophisticated fishing equipment, training sessions. initiation for fishing and roundabouts around the promotion of the tourist fishery of the black base, Enter the organizers in the same press release.
It should be noted that this event is part of the HCEFLCD Sustainable Fisheries Strategy, which aims to position Morocco, and especially the Souss Massa Region for Black Bass Fishing, as an African flagship destination by 2020.
OHCHR's Strategic Plan (2015/2024) has established new guidelines and set as one of its goals to make sport fishing and tourism an income-generating and employment-generating activity, especially through the promotion of fishing tourism in rural areas.
The development of this tourist niche according to the value chain method consists of a combination of services and services (housing, catering, entertainment, local products, etc.) around a fishing pipeline.