Shrimp Fishing

Nearly 3 Million people live in Taipei is the capital city of Taiwan. Not an exceptionally crowded city, but like any urban dwellers, residents are left craving nature. A popular solution is  indoor shrimp fishing.

A hatchery on a shrimp farm in South Korea.

A hatchery on a shrimp farm in South Korea. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Locals and tourists catch shrimp using a small rod and line with a tiny hook baited with small pieces of meat. The regular customers pull in dozens of them, and at some indoor shrimp pools the locals even help the tourists with fishing techniques.

I’m dying to try fishing for shrimp with a rod and reel, and I may not need to travel to the far east to start honing my shrimp fishing techniques.  There are shrimp right here in the canals of Cocoa Beach.

 

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2 Responses to Shrimp Fishing

  1. kdawikstrom says:

    Hehe, funny story! Let us know if any success.

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