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Fishing in the Amazon jungle of Ecuador "Being a fisherman is a way of life, it's not for everyone, but if you chose it you better do it right and know everything there is to know about it" -Osvaldo, 64.

Fishing in the Amazon jungle of Ecuador

At age 6 Entza is still learning the art of fishing, at least 3 days a week he goes off with his brothers to the river to try his luck. 
He imitates the singing of a bird, a bird that eats fat juicy worms. When it answers back he goes to the place where the bird is at and then digs up the dirt around that place and it's almost certain that he'll find those worms that fish like so much.

ECUADOR | Saturday, 5 January 2013 | Views [236] | View Larger Image

At age 6 Entza is still learning the art of fishing, at least 3 days a week he goes off with his brothers to the river to try his luck. He imitates the singing of a bird, a bird that eats fat juicy worms. When it answers back he goes to the place where the bird is at and then digs up the dirt around that place and it's almost certain that he'll find those worms that fish like so much.

Tags: entza, singing, bird, worms, fishing, amazon, jungle

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