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Shortages ease except on staples like the beloved canilla Hot-sauce sardines, anyone?
Roder was set up with 130-pound line, a 300-pound leader and a kite fishing rig tipped with a sardine.
The sardines are not on the menu, but cans are kept on hand for sentimental customers.
When Wajin built a trading post along the Saru in the 19th century, the Ainu brought them kelp, sardines, shiitake mushrooms, and salmon in exchange for Japanese goods.
Some like fried mackerel in the warm summer months, others prefer sardines throughout the year, while still others would rather not distract from the cod.
Residents of the small seaside town of Jaimanitas, Esperanza Reyes (center) and her 2-year-old son, Michael José Rodríguez, watch fishermen try to catch sardines Thursday Sept. 28, 2017 near homes damaged by the outer bands of Hurricane Irma.
Namibia’s fishermen perceive seals as competing for such commercially valuable species as mackerel, sardines, anchovies, hake, and herring.
The city’s shopping mecca is located around Via Monte Napoleone, where high-end brands like Gucci, Hermès, Bottega Veneta, Céline, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton are packed like sardines along the street.
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