Addition of LED Attractant to Squid Jigger for Catches in Karimunjawa Waters, Central Java, Indonesia
Asian Journal of Current Research, Volume 8, Issue 2,
Squid jigger is a fishing gear used by fishermen to catch squid (Loligo sp.) in Karimunjawa, Jepara, Central Java. Squid jigger has long been known and operated using light aids for fishing efficiency. The addition of LED lights to the fishing gear that is installed between the bait and the swivel has the opportunity to increase catches and time efficiency. The use of LED lights aims to imitate or resemble real conditions in nature because there are certain types of fish that can emit their own light to communicate or to find food. The purpose of this research is to analyze the effect of adding LED lights to squid fishing gear on catches and effectiveness catching tool. The research method used is the experimental fishing method with 2 test variables, namely the use of blue and green LED lights with 16 repetitions. The results obtained were that the addition of LED lights had a significant effect on the catch of squid fishing gear with blue LED lights being the most effective in fishing operations and getting the fastest response from the target fish, which was 43 minutes after setting.
- squid Jigger
- LED light
How to Cite
Maryam S, Elof MK, Isrojuty JP. The effect of differences of radial and lighted jigs on cuttlefish catches in Sario Tumpuan Coastal Waters, Manado City. Journal of Capture Fisheries Science and Technology. 2012;1(1):18-21.
Handoko J Palawe, Frangky E Kaparang, Alfred Broadunaung, Masengi KWA, Lefrand Manoppo, Deiske A Sumilat. The effect of moon phases on fishing results for squid (Loligo sp.) using flashing led lights. PSP Science and Technology Journal. 2021;8(2):58–69.
Yudha, Indra Gumay. The effect of flashing light attractor color on the type and number of fish catched by coral trap in the waters of puhawang Island, South Lampung; 2005.
Amos CT, Pamikiran RDC, Kalangi PNI, Kumajas HJ. Effect of the color of light emitting diode lights in water on catches of anchovy (Stolephorus commersonii) with chart. Journal of Capture Fisheries Science and Technology. 2019;4(2):45-51.
Banurea JS, Manurung M. Modification of the flashing light deterrent system on bubu for fish catches in sibolga waters. ALBACORE Journal of Marine Fisheries Research. 2020;4(2):125-131.
Dailami M, Widyawati Y, Toha AHA. Genetic identification of anchovies from cenderawasih bay with the DNA barcoding approach. Musamus Fisheries and Marine Journal. 2021;3(2):154-166.
Himam, Mawardi W, Diniah, Zulkarnain. The effectiveness of submersible LED lights as hauling lights on boat structures. Albacore Journal. 2018;2(1):69-77.
Matsui H, Takayama G, dan Sakurai Y. Physiological response of the eye to different colored light-emitting diodes in Japanese flying squid Todarodes pacificus. Fisheries Science. 2016;82(2): 300-309.
Bubun RL, Simbolon D, Nuraini TW, Wisudo SH. Formation of fishing ground with light fishing. Airaha Journal. 2015;4(1):27-36.
Faradizza DM, Andaki JA, Pangemanan JF. Business analysis of squid catching fisheries (Loligo sp.) for traditional fishermen in Motto Village, North Lembeh District, Bitung City. Acculturation: Scientific Journal of Fisheries Agribusiness. 2019;7(1):1155-1160.
Widiatmoko D, Fitri ADP. Differences in mesh size and arad (small bottom trawl) helix speed on squid-custo (Loligo sp.) catches in rembang waters, Central Java. Journal of Fisheries Resources Utilization Management and Technology. 2015;4(4): 215-222.
Wulandari DA. Morphology, classification, and distribution of the squid in the Lolinginidae family. Oceana. 2018;43(2): 48-65.
Ilhamdi Hari, Yahya MF. Traditional fisheries of squid (Loligo sp.) by fishermen of labuhan deli (Belawan) in Malacca Strait Waters. Resources and Arrest Litkayasa Engineering Bulletin. 2017; 15(1):1-4.
Purwanto, Rahmad. Intitution and implementation regional head elections (PILKADA) in Central Java.Mimbar Administrasi. 2018; 2(1): 29-41.
Abstract View: 0 times
PDF Download: 0 times