[Explanation] In the midsummer season, the fishermen of Bosten Lake in Xinjiang also ushered in the busiest time of the year. On Bosten Lake, the fishermen sailed out to sea, cast nets, fished, collected nets, sorted, and shipped. Spectacular scene of diving.
On July 31st, on the bank of Bosten Lake in Xinjiang, following the order of the fish head, the fishermen chanted to pull the net from all sides together, and the nets were slowly tightened. There were countless grass carp, silver carp, carp and other organic fish in Bosten Lake. Jumping for joy in the fishing net.
On that day, the first net of "Giant Net Fishing" caught more than 3 tons of organic fish from Lake Bosten, with an average of more than 4 kg per fish.
Li Ying grew up on the shore of Bosten Lake, and his family relied on fishing for a living.
Right now is the season when the fishes of Bosten Lake are the most prosperous. Every morning at 6 o'clock, she starts to swim on the lake.
With the help of the blue waves in the desert of Bosten Lake, their family is constantly advancing towards a well-off road.
[Concurrent] Li Ying, a fisherman in Bohu County, Bazhou, Xinjiang
Our net is more than 300 meters long. If you pull it specifically, 50 or 60 people will pull it. This year's fish is okay. This net is generally larger than in previous years. You can see that the silver carp weighs about 20 kilograms. A few kilograms of large grass carp, right?
[Explanation] Bosten Lake is located in Bohu County, Bayingoleng Mongolian Autonomous Prefecture, Xinjiang. It is the largest inland freshwater lake in my country. It has a water area of 1,646 square kilometers. There are 32 species of fish, including carp, carp, red sea bass, etc., with an annual output of about 4,000 tons. It is the largest fishery production base in Xinjiang.
In order to maintain the sustainable development of fishery resources, Bosten Lake is closed from March 1 to June 20 every year, for a total of 112 days.
In recent years, the local area has continuously increased the ecological protection of Bosten Lake. Through the implementation of special management during the closed fishing period, artificial replenishment and release, and increased publicity of fishery laws and regulations, the fishery resources in Bosten Lake have been effectively protected and the sustainable and healthy development of fisheries has been promoted.
The most distinctive giant net fishing has also changed from ordinary production labor to tourism projects. Watching fishing and tasting fresh fish have also become the finishing touches of Bosten Lake tourism, thereby promoting the transformation of Bohu County’s tourism industry from scenic tourism to global tourism. , Transition from a single format to a comprehensive industry.
Zhao Yamin, Liu Yushan, Guo Yushun reports from Bohu County, Xinjiang
Editor in charge: 【Luo Pan】