Fishing by country
This page lists the world fisheries production for 2005. The tonnage from capture and aquaculture is listed by country.
Following is a sortable table of the world fisheries harvest for 2005. The t...
Aquaculture in Australia
Aquaculture in Australia is the country's fastest growing primary industry, accounting for 34% of the total gross value of production of seafood. 10 species of fish are farmed in Australia, and produc...
Fishing industry in Canada
Canada has one of the world's most valuable commercial fishing industries, worth more than CAD $5 billion a year and providing more than 120,000 jobs to Canadians. It is the economic mainstay of appro...
Fishing industry in Canada - Wikipedia
Fishing in Chile
Fishing in Chile is a major industry with a total catch of 4,442,877 tons of fish in 2006. As of 2010, Chile has the seventh largest commercial catch in the world. With over 4,000 km (2,500 miles...
Fishing in Chile - Wikipedia
Fishing in India
Fishing in India is a major industry in its coastal states, employing over 14 million people.Fish production in India has increased more than tenfold since its independence in 1947. According to ...
Fishing in India - Wikipedia
Fishing industry in Japan
The fishing industry in Japan constitutes both a major industry and export.
The Japanese Fisheries Agency states that the Basic Fisheries Plan was developed by the Japanese government in 2007, and...
Fishing industry in New Zealand
As with other countries, New Zealand’s 200 nautical miles exclusive economic zone gives its fishing industry special fishing rights. It covers 4.1 million square kilometres. This is the sixth largest ...
Fishing industry in New Zealand - Wikipedia
Fishing in Pakistan
Fishery and fishing industry plays a significant part in the national economy of Pakistan. With a coastline of about 814 km, Pakistan has enough fishery resources that remain to be developed. Mos...
Fishing in Pakistan - Wikipedia
Fishing industry in the United States
As with other countries, the 200 nautical miles (370 km) exclusive economic zone (EEZ) off the coast of the United States gives its fishing industry special fishing rights. It covers 11.4 million...
Fishing industry in the United States - Wikipedia
Fishing in Laos
For many Laotians, freshwater fish are the principal source of protein; per capita consumption averages 5.1 kilograms annually. Fishpond culture had begun in the mid-1960s, and production—mainly carp ...
Fishing in Ghana
Fishing in Ghana increased considerably in the late 1960s, from 105,100 tons of marine fish caught in 1967 to 230,100 tons in 1971. In 1982 the yield was 234,100 tons, composed of 199,100 tons of mari...
Fishing in Ghana - Wikipedia
Taiji dolphin drive hunt
The dolphin drive hunt in Taiji, Japan, takes place every year from September to April.According to the Japanese Fisheries Research Agency, 1,623 dolphins were caught in Wakayama Prefecture in 2007 fo...
Taiji dolphin drive hunt - Wikipedia
Aquaculture in Canada

Aquaculture is the farming of fish, shellfish or aquatic plants in either fresh or saltwater, or both. The farmed animals or plants are cared for under a controlled environment to ensure optimum ...
Aquaculture in Canada - Wikipedia
Fishing in Vanuatu
Fishing is important to the national economy of Vanuatu. It is the main source of income for many in the islands and Vanuatu's biggest export. According to 2009 figures, approximately 77% of household...
Fishing in Vanuatu - Wikipedia
Kajandu
Kajandu (also written kayendo, kajendo, kadiendo, or kadiandou) is a long-handled fulcrum shovel used by the Jola (Diola) people of Senegal, Gambia, and Guinea-Bissau to till and prepare rice paddy fi...
Kajandu - Wikipedia