After entering the fishing moratorium, the fishing boats have all returned to the port and docked, waiting for the next open sea season. However, many villagers in the fishing village started selling dry goods. Dried goby, sweet sun-dried mackerel, shrimp paste, etc., are made with special craftsmanship and have a unique flavor. Moreover, due to the high added value, the income of selling dry goods is 20-30% higher than that of selling fresh goods.
After more than two months of fishing moratorium, recently, Yunhe Lake in Zhejiang ushered in the first pull-net fishing in the Year of the Tiger. This fishing season is expected to harvest 600,000 catties of fish.
On the lake in the Jinshuitan reservoir area of Yunhe Lake, fishermen are closing their nets, and groups of silver carp are rushing to jump out of the water, splashing everywhere.