Fish ACT researchers, Melchor Jacinto and Al Jayson Songcuan, went to General Santos City last November 7-13, 2012. The researchers conducted interviews on local fishermen and city agriculturists to test the efficiency of the developed fisheries vulnerability assessment tools.The interviews in General Santos fish Port Complex and other minor landing centers were conducted early in the morning based on the unloading schedules of the vessels. At November 7, the researchers collaborated with Mrs. Laila and Mrs. Miyong from BFAR XII Satellite office about the general itineraries of the whole travel and the conductance of interview among fishermen in landing centers of General Santos. At November 8, they went to General Santos Fish port complex and conducted an interview together with NSAP enumerator, Mr. Sammy. The coordinates of fish port complex were obtained using GPS. At November 9, the researchers went to BFAR XII satellite office to set an appointment with City Agriculturist Officer, Mrs. Donasco and on the same day, interviewed 2 fisheries coordinator in General Santos City Hall. At November 10, the researchers went to Minanga landing site with NSAP enumerator, Mr. Mangi and on the 11th, to Bawing and Sinalang landing site with NSAP enumerator, Mr. Ronald and Mrs. Dhally. However, few fishermen in the minor landing sites capture Tuna and on negligible amount. At November 12, the researchers followed up the regional fisheries profile of General Santos at the City Agriculturist Office. At the end of the travel, a total of 15 respondents were interviewed on which 13 of them were local fishermen and 2 were city agriculturists.