Governance can be understood as rules applied to a wise, wise, good-value area that is embedded and followed by members of the community. The rules/traditions of this community in Maluku can be formal rules, informal rules and local traditions (sasi). Sasi is used in community-based management for both terrestrial and fishery resources and is commonly found in the Central Maluku and Southeast Maluku Islands. The purpose of this study is to describe the governance of fishery resource utilization in Kepualauan Kei Kecil in Southeast Maluku District. The research method used is descriptive qualitative method, by conducting Focus Group Discussion (FGD), research location on 14 (fourteen) ohoi (ohoi) ie Debut, Ngilngof, Selayar, Lairngangas, Watngil, Ohoidertutu, Ohoiren, Warwut, Madwaer, Teotat , Madwat, Letvuan, Ur Island, and Warbal Island. The result of the research shows that local beliefs are decreasing in the management of fishery resources, but some traditions are still done on some ohoi (ohoi) such as giving offerings to ancestors. Traditional fishing with coconut leaves is still done in some ohoi. A unique local tradition is the capture of leatherback turtles (tabob). This catching is done during the transition season and the local tradition of catching anchovies and glazed fish by using mosquito nets or baskets as well as offering offerings to the Church or Mosque at the start of a new venture. In addition, the provision of betel and areca nut to the head of the clan / soa and then taken to the place offerings / offerings appear in Ohoi Sathean.