Analysis of the effect of differences in folded trap forms and types of bait on catch results of stone crab (Thalamita sima) in folded traps in Tambak Lorok, semarang
Hong Belinda Audrey Setiawan, Herry Boesono S, Bogi Budi Jayanto
Folding traps are fishing gear that is classified as Traps. This fishing gear uses iron as the frame so that it does not have a ballast. The nets used in This fishing gear are PE (Polyethylene). The target fish of this fishing gear is the Stone Crab. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of differences in the use of fresh fish bait with shrimp head bait on the tool. catch folded traps against rock crab catches in Tambak Lorok waters, Semarang. The main catch of this folding trap is Stone Crab (Thalamita sima), and the bycatch is Brown Crab (Charybdis lucifera), Tiger Grouper (Epinephelus sp.), And Mangrove Crab (Scylla sp). The result of the significance of the bubu form is 0.512, which means it is greater than the significance value. This shows that H0 is accepted, so there is no significant effect of the different treatment of folding traps. The significance value of the interaction between bait and folding traps is 0.969. This value is greater than the value of the significance level, which means that there is no significant interaction between bait and time. Based on the tests that have been carried out on the catch of folded traps using Two Way Anova, the results show that the folded traps given shredded fish have good results. More and significant compared to shrimp head bait, which shows that there is a significant effect between feeding between fold traps. Meanwhile, there is no significant effect between the use of dome folding traps and box folding traps.
Hong Belinda Audrey Setiawan, Herry Boesono S, Bogi Budi Jayanto. Analysis of the effect of differences in folded trap forms and types of bait on catch results of stone crab (Thalamita sima) in folded traps in Tambak Lorok, semarang. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Research, Volume 6, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 27-31