13 thoughts on “Tuna and shark fishing off Mozambique

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  3. I applaud the content and the video of your post. You know what you are the first blogger who use video in a nice manner. I love your deliverance of information. You are right illegal fishing devastate our marine resources and kill many fishes. The government should implement strict rules about the punishment for illegal fishermen. All of us need to protect our marine resources because we will suffer if we destroy it. In Myrtle Beach fishing charter I have not heard this issue perhaps it is not reported yet.


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