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|Fishing The Thai Way : Part 1|
|Topic Started: Aug 2 2011, 03:22 PM (94 Views)|
|bettawan||Aug 2 2011, 03:22 PM Post #1|
Just thought a few of you might like this story. Before I met my wife I was living in another village with another Thai family. My girlfriend had 2 children, 1 girl and a boy called Nuke. It was durning the dry season, and nuke came home one day with a couple of fish, we thought he had caught them in the local small lake, but he said he hadn't. He said he had noticed a cat come out of a hole in a field with a fish. The hole ran underneath the road and was a water outlet for when the fields flooded.
He'd climbed into the hole and he said it was full of fish, there was hardly any water in there but the fish where living in the mud. The pics tell the story....enjoy.
1. Nuke prepares to go down the hole.
2. Nuke checks for snakes
3. Watched and encouraged by his mum, grandpapa and young cousin Nuke enters the hole.
4. Almost There
6. Nuke coming back out
7. Cor ! I'm glad that is over
Nuke went down that hole several times and this is what he retrived.
This woman turned up as we where cleaning the fish, she owned the land that the hole was on and accused us of pinching her fish...LOL.
Jeff & Wan
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