|A few weeks earlier I took this picture|
The issue was that, due to the long dry period since December last year, the fish pond was drying out. I estimate that we had only 50 to 70 cm water in the pond left. The water of course is warming up significantly and the fish would die if we wouldn't do anything. My solution was to add water with our pump to save the fish.
|The water is pumped out and they are catching the fish with a net and manually|
|Next day they will cleanup the pond and remove all the trash|
|To be cleaned from the mud, most of the fish is cat fish and tilapia|
|After cleaning the fish, they are put in the big gallon|
|A big catfish cleaned and put back in the gallon|
|Spouse cleaning the tilapia|
|Janitor fish, looks like cat fish|
|Fresh water shell or clams, we had many buckets of it|
|Spouse with carp|
The end of the day we had a small party with the helpers/guards barbecuing some of the fish.
One of the guards had a painful hand and arm, which was caused by a toxic infection from a catfish they told me, which lasted the day and night. So he didn't really enjoy the BBQ.