The Citizen (Gauteng) - - OPINION -

A fish­er­man throws a fish dur­ing the an­nual carp haul in the south Bo­hemian town of Tre­bon, Czech Re­pub­lic, on Mon­day. The carp hauls take place once a year in the au­tumn pe­riod, pri­mar­ily in the re­gion of south­ern Bo­hemian ponds, and fish­er­men use tra­di­tional old meth­ods of catch­ing the lo­cal fishes, mostly carps. Carps are kept alive un­til they can be sold three to four days be­fore Christ­mas Eve. Carp is the tra­di­tional Czech Christ­mas Eve din­ner, served with potato salad.

Pic­ture: EPA-EFE

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