Depression over Arabian Sea affects fishing activities in Uttara Kannada

Karwar: The despair over the South East Arabian Sea has intensified and affected fishing actions in Uttara Kannada district on Wednesday. Fishermen stayed clear of fishing actions in Karwar and other coastal spaces of the district, owing to the warning issued via the meteorological department that the weather device was once prone to accentuate into a deep despair and produce heavy rain in the western coast.

Sources in the Meteorological department said that officials have ensured the go back of fishermen engaged in deep-sea fishing in Arabian Sea in view of the weather device. The despair is moving towards the North-West route from Kerala with a speed of 14 kmph. This is the primary explanation why behind the hot and cloudy weather condition in the coastal region of Uttara Kannada, the Met officials said. This would proceed to prevail till Thursday, they said.


The coastal house of the district had cloudy weather right through Wednesday and a few puts witnessed delicate rain. According to fishermen, the condition in Arabian Sea may be very tough as the despair has intensified in the west coast of India.


Many fishing boats which had come from distant puts like Tamil Nadu and Kerala are among the ones which were anchored at Karwar port. Fishermen said that the unpredictable weather has put them in a difficult spot as they have a big quantity of the catch in the boat and if normalcy do not go back in the subsequent three-four days, they have to throw it in the sea or sell in the neighborhood.


Depression over Arabian Sea affects fishing activities in Uttara Kannada Depression over Arabian Sea affects fishing activities in Uttara Kannada Reviewed by kailash soni on March 15, 2018 Rating: 5
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