Sunday, May 20, 2018

Fishing in Guam

I didn't fish, but I did walk by a fishing area when I was out walking and took some photos because I thought it was interesting. When the first people arrived on the island 4,000 years ago, there were no mammals to hunt but there were an abundance of fish.












The Chamorros have fished from their sailing canoes in the open ocean for mahimahi, marlin, sailfish, swordfish, and tuna.












6 comments:

kiwikid said...

Love the last photo Pamela, such a beautiful view. All the fishing info is interesting.

Janie said...

Beautiful atmosphere, grass skirts, pinya coladas, anyone?
Vacation time!

I am said...

Hi Pamela ,wow the history of these anicent people is so interesting,such a beautiful place,thankyou for sharing my friend xx

Anthea said...

What a stunning location Pamela... and so very interesting to see the history & preservation of the fishing culture there... enjoy your visit!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

An interesting post filled with so many beautiful pictures. Such a lovely vacation!
xx, Carol

Leonore Winterer said...

How interesting! Is anyone else reminded of Moana by that picture of the sailing canoe?