This video proves that an old system for fishing can still compete with more contemporary methods—just check out their haul!
This manner of fishing is called “Chunga,” and it’s pretty simple—these men crack open a long piece of bamboo, place a variety of small food inside, and put the halves back together. Then, they leave it submerged in a pond, or canal, for four to five days. During that time, fish will wander and slither inside the bamboo and try to eat the food left as bait.
Watch until the end of the video to see the bounty of their labor.
Caption Credit: AroundMeBD https://goo.gl/K2tMVt