Sosua fishermen catch a huge fish
Every morning about five o’clock the fishermen sail out on the ocean with their small boats from the bay of El Tablón. Hopefully to catch a lot of fish some five miles from the coast. By noon, the fishermen then return to shore at the mouth of the river Sosúa. There the catch of Bonito, Marlins and Swordfish are cleaned up and then brought to the fish market in Charamicos. But this time it was different. One of the fishermen had made a remarkable catch. He caught this enormous fish. Tuna? The fishermen not yet agree what it is. It is a white fish of almost two meters long, and the experts say a mix of a Bluefin tuna and Mahi. The fish was divided into several portions among fishermen and proved to taste great.
Source: Sosua News
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