Ha Tinh fishermen go out to sea after Tet holiday

Monday, 2020-02-10 16:42:11
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NDO – Many fishing vessels owned by fishermen in the central province of Ha Tinh have headed to sea to resume fishing after the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.
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NDO – Many fishing vessels owned by fishermen in the central province of Ha Tinh have headed to sea to resume fishing after the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.

The bustling atmosphere covers the Cua Sot fishing port in Loc Ha District whenever fishing boats are tied up to the wharf. Traders are always ready to buy fresh shrimps, anchovies and cuttlefishes. The baskets full of seafood during the early weeks of spring promises a bumper fishing season for the local fishermen.

The batches of fresh tiny shrimps

Plenty basket of fish that were caught at the sea.

Traders buying seafood for markets

A basket of anchovies

A basket of fresh skates and cuttlefishes

Fishermen collecting fishes at Cua Sot port

Fishermen preparing nets and tools for their next fishing trip

Loads of ice are transferred to boats as their preparation for their fishing trip.

Seafood are sold at many markets, meeting the demands of Ha Tinh Province’s people.

DANG KHOA/Translated by NDO