hand picking

hand picking
picking up fish from tidal pools or other restricted areas such as pot holes, isolated pools in the dry season and shallow spawning sites (when mating fish are distracted), and when fish are moving overland, e.g. eels, anabantids and channids, or on a spawning migration; perhaps the simplest form of fishing

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