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Singapore Fish ID cards

"Eh, what fish is this?"

Have you or your fishing buddies ever found yourselves asking this question?

With the Marine Stewards Fish ID Cards, you'll now be able to identify your prized catch on the spot!

The sets features 49 of the most common species of fishes, sharks and rays in Singapore, as well as some handy information on how to care for, and safely release your catch!

More importantly, they also feature information about size limit recommendations provided by our panel of academic advisors, to help us identify mature fish.

We encourage you to practice catch and release for fish under these lengths, to give them a chance to breed. After all, we all want to catch more and bigger fish in the future!

On a recent trip, one of our buddies caught a 50cm grouper, and had the Marine Stewards Fish ID Cards and a measuring tape on hand, which helped him to identify it as mature, and safely release the rest.

These cards are durable, light-weight, waterproof, and designed to be as user-friendly as possible. Both the cards and rings are impervious to saltwater, and fit easily into any tackle box (14.5cm x 10.5 cm).

Give the gift of awareness, to yourself or a friend! Order your Fish ID Cards with us here. All proceeds will go towards our cause - sustainable fishing in Singapore. Help us make Singapore a great place to fish, and spread the good word!


For those of you who have signed up to join Marine Stewards - thank you so much for your support!

Your MSS kits (MSS reusable pouch, Fish ID Cards, tape measure and voucher pack) are ready for collection! You can pick them up at the shop you indicated (Ewaves, Lure Haven or Pioneer Concept Store).

We are excited to see you use the cards and tape measures! Do hashtag #marinestewards and #marinestewardssg when photographing your catch!

If you'd like to support our work, you can sign up for a membership, volunteer, donate or sponsor. We truly appreciate all your contributions!


About Marine Stewards

Marine Stewards is a non-profit whose mission is to promote a healthy fishing culture through sustainable fishing guidelines, education and outreach. Join our Facebook group here!

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