Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Sustainable-Pole-and-Line-Fisherman-27MZIF2LYYGG.htmlConceptually similarPole and Line Sustainable FishingGP03JVBCompleted★★★★Pole and Line Sustainable Tuna Fishing in LarantukaGP0STQFFOCompleted★★★★Pole and Line Sustainable Tuna Fishing in LarantukaGP0STQFG9Completed★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JW9Completed★★★★Pole and Line Sustainable Tuna Fishing in LarantukaGP0STQFFJCompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JWGCompleted★★★★Pole and Line Sustainable Tuna Fishing in LarantukaGP0STQFGLCompleted★★★★Sustainable Pole and Line FishermanGP03JXVCompleted★★★★Pole and Line Sustainable Tuna Fishing in LarantukaGP0STQFG4Completed★★★★View AllGP03JWCSustainable Pole and Line FishermanYakobus Da Silva, 33, born in Larantuka.He has been fishing since he was 17 years old. He started as bait thrower and boat cleaner, then started to fish skipjack tuna and soon after that yellowfin tuna. The biggest tuna he ever caught weighed 104 kg and he spent approximately 45 minutes to bring onto the boat. He likes the job as a fisherman as it fulfills the life of his two kids even though he has to spend almost 24 hours on the boat, leaving his family behind.Locations:Asia-Flores-Indonesia-LarantukaDate:16 Dec, 2011Credit:© Paul Hilton / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4896px X 3264pxKeywords: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.