Catch a lot of fish | Asian stinging catfish | fish farming pond – koy fish / coy fish

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Catch a lot of fish | Asian stinging catfish | fish farming pond – koy fish / coy fish (part -19) This Is a traditional fishing video / scenery in Bangladesh . Just watch and enjoy it .
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poor people of bangladesh do small scale fish farming in their small pond. they cultivate it carefully . normally the cultivation time is for 3 months . they farm various types of fish like walking catfish ,
stinging catfish , its also called shing in bd , climbing perch , koi fish or coy fish , magor . after cultivation they sale it near market place . Fishing Gear any form of equipment, implement, tool or mechanical device used to catch, collect or harvest fish. Fishermen in many parts of Bangladesh catch fish with their hands. they catch a lot of fish . In rural areas, in seasonal waters or beels, during winter, people can be usually seen fishing with different traditional gears while some even do so without any gear. life in the village is beautiful.
there are many kinds of eel. like zig-zag eels , tire track eel etc . bangladeshi people , the villages
, the village , fisherman , boys often catch eels from various places like pond , river , lake ,hole etc . there are many traditional fishing techniques or methods or way .

Traditional Fishing tackle is the equipment or gear used by fishermen when fishing. Some examples are hooks, lines, sinkers, floats, rods, reels, baits, lures, spears, nets, gaffs, traps, waders and tackle boxes.
there are many kind of traditional fishing techniques or methods in bangladesh . Traditional Fishing techniques include hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping
Bangladesh being a first line littoral state of the Indian Ocean has a very good source of marine resources in the Bay of Bengal. The country has an exclusive economic zone of 41,000 square miles (110,000 km2), which is 73% of the country’s land area
More than 80 percent of the animal protein in the Bangladeshi diet comes from fish. Fish accounted for 6 percent of GDP in the fiscal year of 1970, nearly 50 percent more than modern industrial manufacturing at that time. Most commercial fishermen are low-caste Hindus who eke out the barest subsistence working under primitive and dangerous conditions. Fish for local consumption are generally of freshwater varieties.

Tenualosa ilisha (ilish, hilsa, hilsa herring, or hilsa shad) is a species of fish in the herring family (Clupeidae), and a popular food fish in South Asia. The fish contributes about 12% of the total fish production and about 1% of GDP in Bangladesh. About 450,000 people are directly involved with the catching for livelihood; around four to five million people are indirectly involved with the trade.[1] It is also the national fish of Bangladesh. Hilsa fish ( Ilish in Bengali), has been accorded geographical identification (GI), which has tagged the fish as a Bangladeshi product from August 2017

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