Fishing Memories in Gensan

Fishing is an outdoor activity my husband and his older brother love to do when they were still in General Santos City. Hubby said his brother could catch fish in the seashore using only traditional fishing gadget made of bamboo. Unlike his “kuya”, hubby has to wait a little longer before his bait (umang or coconut crab) works. Both of them would go home with a sure meal for lunch or dinner on their hand much to their mother’s delight. Hubby said they don’t need fishing tools like spyderco spyderhawk to gather fish. Hubby thinks his brother got the natural talent for fishing. The place where they used to go fishing is now the site of one of the biggest modern fish ports in the country today, the General Santos City Fish Port Complex.

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