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Catching fish for food

My brother and his fish

My brother and his fish

My brother and his fish

Handy cooler box

My brother loves fishing and usually ends up with a few fish to clean at the water’s edge or at home. He always clean the fish on his home-made wooden bread board or wooden plank, with nailed upside down bottle tops.

The rough surface of the bottle tops offer enough “hold” to keep the fish from sliding off it, making the job of cleaning fish so much easier. He then places the cleaned fish in a plastic bag inside a cooler box to keep it fresh.

He usually goes fishing during the months with a letter “R” inside the month’s name – January, February, March, April, September, October, November, December, as he reckons the other months are not such good fishing months!

If you want to live off the land and living frugally, learn the skill of catching fish, either at the edge of a stream or on the beach.
Fish is one of the best proteins to have in your diet, and reasonably cheap if you catch it yourself.

Comments for
Catching fish for food

Sustainable fishing
by: Wendy

Yes, quite right, fish is a wonderful protein and if done responsibly, fishing, can be a great budget helper.

My elder son and husband were great fishermen until my husband’s sea sickness was too intense to continue fishing from the boat. We have enjoyed cob, yellow tail, tuna and more over the years.

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