Juru pencar juru pencar
Mai jalan mencar ngejuk ebe
Be gede gede
Be gede gede
Di sowane ajake liu
The number of scribes in the village Perancak, Negara no longer as much as 10-20 years ago. Only a few people who currently master the art of scattering, one of which is Mr. Sarka. Mr. Sarka is still faithful to his profession, although the fish earned is no longer as much as 20, even 10 years ago. This is why most fishermen of Perancak, despite having scatter nets, are no longer undergoing scattering profession.
There is no longer ‘be gede’ along the perancak edge of the sea, even in shallow and deep seas. The 1 cm net used by purse seine vessels has taken large and small fish. Whereas based on the rules, the net that should be used is a 1 inch or 2.54 cm in size. Big profits have been obtained by the owners of this large ship, with an extreme amount of Rp 300 million overnight, from about 30 tons of lemuru fish that have been caught, and other types of follow-up. The fish canning factory is waiting …
Not only the size of the fish is getting smaller. The time taken to catch fish is also getting longer. This is not only felt by scribes, but also traditional fishermen of jukung users. Although the distance of fishing is getting further away from the beach, the results obtained still can not meet the needs of life.
One attempt should be made by traditional scribes and fishermen along with modern fishermen and local government, so that the recovered fish are large and the more numerous … even those in the estuary. Perhaps by making marine conservation areas where fish lay eggs and make the rules of sasi like in Maluku and Papua. So that the fishermen and the children of the fishermen can again sing Be gede … be gede … di sowane ajake liu …