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Co-management of common property aquatic habitats are increasingly implemented with a view to increasing fish production, ensuring fishers' rights and to conserve biodiversity. This study investigates the current status and identifies barriers to fisheries management in an oxbow lake (baor) at Jessore district, Bangladesh. Using interviews, focus group discussions and secondary data, this study revealed that both capture and culture fisheries are practised at the same time at the samedoi:10.3329/bjz.v46i2.39044 fatcat:astyu4dhyzbp5e723ncqi74s6u