Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Sustainable-Pole-and-Line-Fisherman-27MZIF2LRPJE.htmlConceptually similarSustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JXVCompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JXPCompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JXQCompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JXTCompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishingGP03JV7Completed★★★★Catching Skipjack TunaGP03JVRCompleted★★★★Catching Skipjack TunaGP03JVWCompleted★★★★Catching Skipjack TunaGP03JW5Completed★★★★Sorting out Bait FishGP03JW8Completed★★★★View AllGP03JXSSustainable Pole and Line FishermanKenzu Pablo Marang, 29, born in Waibalun villageStarted fishing at the age of 12, taught by Napoleon. Raised in a beach area and born from a fishery family. The boat is owned by his father. The reason why he chose to be a fisherman is because of the fast money and that it sometimes brings more money than an ordinary government job. "The most important thing to be a good fisherman is instinct and courage".Locations:Asia-Flores-Indonesia-LarantukaDate:21 Dec, 2011Credit:© Paul Hilton / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4847px X 3130pxKeywords:Asian and Indian ethnicities-Day-Eye contact-Faces-Fishers-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-Pole and line fishing-Portraits-Sustainable fishingShoot: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.