Many species of fish do reproduce in freshwater, but spend most of their adult lives in the sea. These are known as fish, and include, for instance, , and . Some other kinds of fish are, on the contrary, born in salt water, but live most of or parts of their adult lives in fresh water; for instance the . These are known as catadromous fish.
Fishing is the activity of trying to catch fish
Netting fish using a trammel net was the almost the most complicated and labor intensive method of capturing fish, yet it is the only netting method still in use on the Sea of Galilee today. The trammel net is actually three nets in one. There are the two outside nets which have a larger opening that fish can freely swim through, but in between the two there is a finer meshed net. The three nets share the same head and foot ropes, making it all one net. The way this net works is that a fish will swim through the first net without a problem, but than will encounter the fine meshed net and continue to swim through the outer net, thus getting tangled in the different layers of the net. The way this net would be used in fishing is that it would be loaded on a boat and transported to the desired location to fish. Slowly this net would be let out of the boat parallel to the shore, making a wall along the bottom. In deeper water different shapes could be used to set this net. After the net was set, Nun describes how the fish would be driven in to this net: “Now the boat enters the area between the net and the shore. The fishermen begin to make noise and turbulence by splashing with their oars and stamping on the bottom of the boat to terrify the fish (a performance which frequently irritated residents living on the shore). The frightened fish dive to the bottom, and in their flight toward deep water, find themselves facing the net. Now the fish passed easily through the large mesh of the first layer, but immediately comes to the narrow meshing of the middle layer. Pushing against it, he takes it through the third wall. Trying to retreat, he finds himself hopelessly entangled in a kind of net bag. Now the net is hauled out and the fish disentangled by hand, one by one. The net is prepared for the next operation, and the boat moves on.”4 One of the important things to note about this specific net that will give light in to the scriptures is that after a days use of this net it would undergo a through cleaning and mending and than be hung on a fence or wall so that it would dry thoroughly before the next use. This through cleaning and drying is specific to this type of net. Some Biblical occurrences of this method or a similar method using a different type of entanglement net are found in: Ecc. 9:12, Job 19:6-8, and Mark 1:19-20.
Fish are normally caught in the wild
2. Wild-Caught Salmon From Alaska
In addition to being better for the environment, are healthier for you than the farmed kind. Both varieties of the fish have roughly the same levels of heart- and brain-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, but farmed salmon have twice as much unhealthy saturated fat as wild. Finding wild salmon is getting easier. As of the last year, mass-retail chain Target eliminated farmed salmon, instead stocking only salmon and salmon products certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, one of the best verifications of seafood sustainably that currently exists. Starved for salmon recipe ideas? Use it in place of tuna for salmon-salad sandwiches, or try it in a . Another fish on Monterey Bay's Super Green list, and one we wish were more widely available, is farmed coho salmon, the only salmon that the Monterey Bay Aquarium has found responsibly farmed. Rather than being raised in pens located in oceans, this salmon is grown in land-based tanks, so there's no risk that the farmed salmon can escape and compete with native wild salmon for food or spread diseases or parasites to other fish, two problems associated with ocean-based pens. So far, the only company selling the salmon endorsed by Monterey Bay is Washington-based Aquaseed, but it doesn't sell to the general public, so you won't find Aquaseed salmon in stores.
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