Mexican fishing boats called pangas line the harbor in the port town of Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, on the Baja Peninsula, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.


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Mexican fishing boats called pangas line the harbor in the port town of Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, on the Baja Peninsula, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
Credit to: BluePlanetArchive / Michael S. Nolan

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