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It is a pre-historic practice dating back at least 40,000 years.Since the 16th century fishing vessels have been able to cross oceans in pursuit of fish and since the 19th century it has been possible to use larger vessels and in some cases process the fish on board. Techniques for catching fish include hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping.500 BC, that shows a boy crouched on a rock with a fishing-rod in his right hand and a basket in his left.In the water below there is a rounded object of the same material with an opening on the top.Oppian's description of fishing with a "motionless" net is also very interesting: The fishers set up very light nets of buoyant flax and wheel in a circle round about while they violently strike the surface of the sea with their oars and make a din with sweeping blow of poles.
An early example from the Bible in Job 41:7: Canst thou fill his skin with barbed irons? Unlike in Minoan culture, There is a wine cup, dating from c.This is the earliest such work to have survived intact to the modern day.Oppian describes various means of fishing including the use of nets cast from boats, scoop nets held open by a hoop, spears and tridents, and various traps "which work while their masters sleep".This has been identified as a fish-cage used for keeping live fish, or as a fish-trap. This object is currently in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Oppian of Corycus, a Greek author wrote a major treatise on sea fishing, the Halieulica or Halieutika, composed between 177 and 180.Spearfishing with barbed poles (harpoons) was widespread in palaeolithic times.