STATUS ON RESPONSIBLE FISHERIES PERSPECTIVE OF TOGO FISHERIES AT CEMARA LABAT VILLAGE
Togo fishery in Cemara Labat Village covers fishing activities in river and ponds. Assessment on the status of fishing responsibility is one of initial steps in determining a strategy to develop sustainable fisheries. This study applied an assessment on two types of togo were analyzed by applying multi criteria analysis using the 13 criteria of responsible fishing. This study aims to determine the status of togo fishing technology and strategies to develop sustainable fisheries at the Cemara Labat Village. Based on status of fishing technology, both togo were considered good with same score 33, one indicator with bad category (score 1) and four indicators with good category (score 2). Both gear had the lowest score (score 1) on indicator of ensure the survival of fish and aquatic biota are returned to the waters (X10) and score 2 for fishermen competence indicator (X1). Other indicators in river with good category (score 2) were safety on the water (X2), regulatory compliance (X3) and fuel consumption of ships (X4) while for togo operated in ponds were the proportion of the catch (X9), potential damage to aquatic environments and habitats (X12) and potential conflicts (X13). Strategies to developed sustainable fisheries were emphasized the socio-economic characteristics and behavior of fishermen through socialization and silvofisheries development on togo fisheries in ponds.