Posts Tagged ‘fishing’

Fishing on the Noj Petén

Thursday, November 24th, 2016

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San José, Petén is the last bastion of the Itza language. (more…)

Fishermen of the Canal de Chiquimulilla

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

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Fishermen at the Canal de Chiquimulilla. (more…)

Fishing at Laguna Monja Blanca

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

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Laguna Monja Blanca is one of the last fishing holes on the vicinity of Guatemala City, just about 27 kilometers from Downtown. Most lagoons and rivers around the city have dried up or have been polluted or turned into sewage, effectively killing the fish and crustaceans.
Laguna Monja Blanca, at the town of Palencia is small but it holds a very large population of fish and large shrimp.

Guatemala’s Freezing Winter

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

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To all my friends on the U.S.A.’s Eastern Coast; let me tell you, you are just a five hours flight and an hour drive from this.
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Honeymooning in Guatemala: The Fishermen

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

Whenever you come to the country; do talk to locals. They are incredibly friendly and in this case,they certainly will let you accompany them on their fishing trips. Be nice and you’ll share great moments with them.

Honeymooning in Guatemala: The Fisherman.

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

I’ll start a small series with photographs of my Honeymoon. I did not take many photographs but there are a few interesting ones.
The Fisherman. Cast net fishing is a very common practice on the shores of Guatemala. While walking along the beach I saw multiple people in different occasions cast net fishing, and in fact I was able to help some young boys pull their net once, and we did catch some sea bass. I’ll share those photos when I recover from my “vacation”..
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Rio Motagua

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Rio Motagua
Despite the heavy pollution, the Motagua River fights to remain magnificent. There is still some fishing going on: We catch Bass and Tilapia a fisherman told me.