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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES
1. Recreational ﬁ sheries is one of the most important sub-sectors of the ﬁ sheries sector in central Asia.
Anecdotal evidence and some national review studies of ﬁ sheries and aquaculture suggest that the
volumes of ﬁ sh caught by recreational ﬁ shers may be larger than those caught by commercial inland
ﬁ sheries in the Central Asian region. In some cases it is estimated that the recreational ﬁ sheries harvest
is larger than the production from aquaculture. Unfortunately, ofﬁ cial statistical data and information
on recreational ﬁ sheries is not or hardly collected. It is, however, clear that the recreational ﬁ sheries
sector provides a valuable source of leisure and contributes to employment and income generation in
the Central Asian region.
2. Moreover, many recreational ﬁ shers (anglers) are well-organized in local or national associations
and societies. In some of the Central Asian countries the number of associated recreational ﬁ shers
adds up to tens of thousands. The organizational structures in recreational ﬁ sheries and their resource
management activities (e.g. restocking of water bodies and spawning habitat creation) make recreational
ﬁ sheries associations good partners for national authorities responsible for ﬁ sheries and aquaculture in
3. Collaboration between the associations and the national authorities may improve sustainability in the
management of the ﬁ sheries resources; this to the beneﬁ t of the whole ﬁ sheries sector. However, currently
the limited information available on recreational ﬁ sheries in Central Asia, the limited knowledge of
modern recreational ﬁ sheries management approaches and the few efforts made to share information
and experiences make it difﬁ cult to develop and manage the sector. Besides, recreational ﬁ sheries is
generally ignored in policy and legislative framework developments in Central Asia, which causes
conﬂ icts with other sectors and other resource users.
4. The Regional Workshop on “Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture in Central-Asia: Status and Development
Prospects” held in Beymelek, Turkey, in December 2007, and in which many policy makers from the
region participated, noted among the weaknesses of the ﬁ shery sector that “Monitoring of recreational
ﬁ sheries and restocking practices is lacking”. The above urged FAO and partners to organize a Regional
Workshop on Recreational Fisheries in Central Asia.
5. The Regional Workshop had the following objectives:
Share information, experiences and approaches on recreational ﬁ sheries and its management;
• Increase awareness on modern recreational ﬁ sheries management approaches and the
functioning and operations of recreational ﬁ sheries associations from Europe;
• Increase awareness of the EIFAC Code of Practice for Recreational Fisheries and discuss
possible dissemination in the Central Asian region;
• Discuss ways to reduce poaching through co-management of ﬁ sheries resources by
ﬁ sheries associations and national and local authorities;
OPENING OF THE WORKSHOP
6. The opening ceremony was led and facilitated by Mr Baialin Baitemirov, Director of the Department
of Fisheries (DoF) of the Kyrgyz Republic. Mr Baitemirov welcomed the participants, thanked the co-
organizers and referred to the need to raise awareness on recreational ﬁ sheries in the region. His short
welcome address appears in Appendix C. Mikhail Nosovets, Deputy-President of the Union of Hunters
and Fishermen Societies of the Kyrgyz Republic, then welcomed the participants on behalf of his Union.
He expressed appreciation to the DoF for this joint event and looked forward to more constructive
collaboration with the DoF in the future.
7. Mr. Raymon Van Anrooy, Regional Fishery and Aquaculture Ofﬁ cer for Central Asia of FAO, gave the
opening remarks on behalf of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). He
thanked the host, co-organizers of the Union of Hunters and Fishermen Societies of the Kyrgyz Republic,
participants and staff of the DoF and the GCP/KYR/003/FIN project for making this workshop possible.
He further noted that the workshop was called for in earlier regional and national events in Central Asia
and expressed his hopes that it would be the start of regional collaboration in recreational ﬁ sheries.
8. The recreational ﬁ sheries experts from Tajikistan, led by the Chairman of TajikRiba, which is the
Department of Fisheries of Tajikistan, continued the opening session by thanking the organizers for
hosting this workshop. He referred to the importance of recreational ﬁ sheries for food security, income
generation and employment in rural areas of Tajikistan. He added that the organization of this workshop
was timely and that it covered issues that have not received proper attention from national authorities in
the region in the last decade. Together with the representative of the Union of Hunters and Fishermen
Societies of the Republic of Tajikistan he invited the participants to the Pamir mountains in Tajikistan
for a follow-up workshop.
9. The recreational ﬁ sheries experts from Uzbekistan, which included the president of the Union of
Hunters and Fishermen Societies of the Republic of Uzbekistan, welcomed the initiative of the organizers
for this meeting which brought together governmental and non-governmental institutions active in
recreational ﬁ sheries. The experts listed a range of problems with which recreational ﬁ sheries is being
confronted, including legal, management and policy issues. The fact that the law on nature preservation
of Uzbekistan forms the base for governmental policy in recreational ﬁ sheries in Uzbekistan, means that
focus is on conservation instead of sustainable development of the sector. Reference was made to the
Regional Workshop on the 1995 FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries in the Central Asian
Region: a Call to Action, held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 8–10 April 2008. That workshop contributed
to some change in the policy and legal framework development thinking in Uzbekistan, but on speciﬁ c
recreational ﬁ sheries issues nothing has changed in favour of the sector since then.
10. The workshop was attended by recreational ﬁ sheries experts and government ofﬁ cials from four
countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan) and was supported by recreational
ﬁ sheries expertise from outside the region, namely from the United Kingdom, Finland and FAO. The
list of participants appears as Appendix B.
11. The meeting was co-chaired by Mr Baialin Baitemirov, Director of the Department of Fisheries of
Kyrgyzstan, and Ms Gulbara Tagaeva, National Project Manager of FAO Trust Fund Project “Support
to Fishery and Aquaculture Management in the Kyrgyz Republic” (Project GCP/KYR/003/FIN).
The agenda as presented in Appendix A was accepted without amendments by the participants.
ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA AND INTRODUCTION
12. Mr van Anrooy, Fishery and Aquaculture Ofﬁ cer of the FAO Subregional Ofﬁ ce for Central Asia,
then gave a presentation on the background of, justiﬁ cation for and objectives of the workshop. He also
presented some information about recreational ﬁ sheries value and volume in Europe and referred to the
work of various organizations and institutions on recreational ﬁ sheries.
13. The discussion which followed the presentation included a question on the ﬁ gures presented,
and particularly the data from the European Anglers Alliance (2004) which estimated that 25 million
recreational ﬁ shers representing 6.5% of EU population spend an estimated 25 billion Euros per year.
It was clariﬁ ed that the value ﬁ gure represented the direct expenditures by recreational ﬁ shers on
recreational ﬁ shing, thus also included purchase of ﬁ shing permits, access to ﬁ shing sites, ﬁ shing tackle
and ﬁ shing boats.
14. The deﬁ nition of recreational ﬁ shing was also discussed as in the Central Asian countries various
deﬁ nitions are used at present. It was argued that the currently most widely accepted deﬁ nition is the
one presented in the glossary of the EIFAC Code of Practice for Recreational Fisheries (2008). That
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