Aug 14 2010

Chase Netting

Published by at 7:41 pm under Expeditions and Experiences

Went up to the mountains for a short trip. To my surprise the fish had already started the spawn run and two of them hid under a big, flat rock. To catch them I encircled the rock with a gill net and started probing underneath with a stick. Unsurprisingly, they fled their hiding place and got caught in the gill net. Fairly good sized, the roe, liver and hearts were consumed right after to accompany the cloudberries and dried meat I ate earlier in the day.

The fish themselves were brought down to be shared with my family and eaten with chantarelles and potatoes.


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  1. Hendrik Mon 14 Aug 2010 at 11:26 pm

    Looks delicious, I am sure it tasted even better =)

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