Shrimp Fishing

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One activity that is truly Taiwanese is to go shrimp fishing. A swimming pool area is reserved for the wee crustaceans and we fire at them with bits of liver and smaller shrimp babies on the end of rods. Now, these babies really are quite a bit bigger than you may expect… and in fact are the largest shrimp (and most aggressive) I have ever come across. Not quite lobster sized… but big enough to hurt when they grab you, and grab they do, as you pull the hook out of their little mouths. Here is the pool… “come in – the water’s lovely!”

Here is the lineup of the team at work (we had a whole pool booked for our pleasure)

Michael hard at work drinking:

The lovely, appetising bait:

Rod’s eye view of proceedings (plus Lorenzo in the background):

FOOD

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    Posted 2004/09/17 at 00:55 | Permalink

    Wow, what a page.

    That is awesome. Never seen anything like that !!

    Stush

  2. Posted 2008/12/10 at 09:57 | Permalink

    would you happen to know the address/name of this place? I’d like to go too when I visit – Thanks so much!

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