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A fisherman carries skipjack tuna from their boat to the fish market where they will be sold on the spot in Malé Harbor, Maldives on March 14, 2009. The Maldives boasts the use of the pole and line fishing technique as a more sustainable form of fishing than netting. Fisherman first catch bate fish, toss the bait fish in the sea and then fish using lines with a hook. Skipjack tuna and yellowfin tuna are the most common species caught in the Maldives.
A fisherman carries skipjack tuna from their boat to the fish market where they will be sold on the spot in Malé Harbor, Maldives on March 14, 2009. The Maldives boasts the use of the pole and line fishing technique as a more sustainable form of fishing than netting. Fisherman first catch bate fish, toss the bait fish in the sea and then fish using lines with a hook. Skipjack tuna and yellowfin tuna are the most common species caught in the Maldives.
Date25 Mar 2011
LocationMalé Malé Maldives
 
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