The ancestral technique for bonito fishing | SLICE

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In the Societe archipelago, on the island of Huahine, bonito fishing is a man’s affair.

Tika Pana Pana is an extremely physical kind of bonito fishing, which consists of striking and then quickly removing the fish from the water.

Armed with their longest bamboo poles and guided by the birds, fishermen launch their floating nacres at these legendary Polynesian fish. They must constantly check the fish’s speed and the direction in which they are going, so as not to lose them.

From the documentary: Sea Legends – Tika Pana Pana
Direction: Jean QUEYRAT et Vincent GREMILLON
Production: ZED

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