Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Fishing-for-Octopuses-27MZIF2L6M30.htmlConceptually similarFishing for OctopusesGP03JY5Completed★★★★Pole and Line FishermanGP03JWMCompleted★★★★Pole and Line FishermanGP03JWNCompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JWACompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JW9Completed★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JWBCompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JWHCompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JWICompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JXPCompleted★★★★View AllGP03JY4Fishing for OctopusesNus Carvalo, 37 years old, born in Larantuka.He is Benâ's cousin and has been a fisherman since 1988. He used to fish skipjack using both hands, trained by a guy from Sulawesi. When not fishing he likes to hunt octopus. On a good day, he can catch up to 30 octopuses.Locations:Asia-Flores-Indonesia-LarantukaDate:20 Dec, 2011Credit:© Paul Hilton / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Day-Fishers-Fishing (activity)-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Octopuses-One person-Outdoors-Sustainable fishing-Swimming-Underwater shotsShoot:Sustainable Pole and Line FishingDocumentation of pole and line fishing practice in Flores, Indonesia. Pole and line is one of the only true sustainable fishing methods on the planet with almost no by-catch.