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Dictionary of ichthyology
- 9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
fishing by foot

1) fishing without gear; collecting fish by hand, e .g. stranded fish in tidepools. Practised even on a commercial level in France in the past
2) using the feet to detect fish in sand, mud, spawning cavities and cocoons, to be grasped by hand or simple tools. Flatfishes are caught this way in East Friesia, tilapia from spawning holes in in Egypt, and on dry land the cocoons of lungfish can be located by stamping - the fish grunts and can the be found and dug out


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