The black bass fishing competition in the "free killing" in inland waters, organized by the High Commission for Water and Forests and combating desertification in cooperation with the German Development Cooperation from 16 to 18 November 2018, the dam of the Moulay Abdellah (Tamri, Province Agadir) brought together 80 Moroccan fishermen and twenty fishermen from France, Germany, Belgium, Spain and the Netherlands.
The purpose of this collection according to a news sent to LeVert.ma is to highlight Morocco's commitment to the development of sustainable fisheries in the context of climate change, and also to promote this sustainable tourism element at regional level and to create a platform for the exchange of stakeholders to create attractive products that meet the needs and requirements of tourism fishermen.
The program created a fishing village for the benefit of the general public and included information speakers on fishing activities, presentation of local products, sophisticated fishing equipment, training. launch of a fishery and a round table on the promotion of tourist fishing for black bass, please specify the organizers in the same press release.
It should be noted that this event is part of the HCEFLCD strategy for the development of sustainable fisheries, which aims to place Morocco and, in particular, the Souss Massa Black Base Area as the main Africa target by 2020.
The OHCHR Strategic Plan (2015/2024) set out new guidelines and put sport fishing and tourism as an income-generating activity, in particular by promoting fishing tourism in rural areas, as one of its objectives.
The development of this tourist niche following the "value chain" approach consists of a combination of services and services (accommodation, catering, entertainment, local products, etc.) around the fishing path.