FISHINDA - CODE OF CONDUCT
BE KIND AND PROACTIVE
Fishinda has been created for easier sharing of experiences and joint learning. So feel free to look at the posts of others, learn new practices, but it’s important to become a full-fledged member yourself as well. Share the location of your catches and those methods and baits that have been successful! Comment on cool posts and follow fellow anglers as they are counting on you too!
Please let us know if you find inappropriate content or error on our pages. To keep it simple, a “Report” button is placed next to the posts.
ALWAYS TREAT THE FISH WITH RESPECT
Hold the fish at its belly with both hands to avoid pain. Try not to grasp it at the gills, and do not let it dry out. If you let it go, please do it carefully and right after the photo shoot. We support this so-called “catch & release” method, but we do not condemn holding the fish in case it does not violate the size and number limitations.
Confirming the size of your fish can get quite annoying, so we rather recommend adding a fair value. Excessive catches can get reported to us, but please stay careful and consistent with the Report Button and only use it in justified cases.
Always comply with local laws and regulations when fishing. Respect private property! Let the fish back If you don’t need it, and don’t be greedy if you keep it.
If an uploaded photo blongs to you, please email us at email@example.com it gets removed as soon as possible.
STAY PART OF THE NATURE
Collect the trash, do not pollute the environment and minimize your energy consumption to help the planet and keep its waters clean.
We desire Fishinda’s virtual world to be beneficent to our joint real world!