If you are to live by a freshwater lake I would recommend netfishing which is the most effective fishing method
and doing this from your small plastic jolly boat (Pioneer boat) purchased before the pole shift which is solid
and will survive. It's easiest to get the fish when able to go mid-lake. You should also try an Otter which you can
either go along the shore with or use in the boat. The Otter is in many Norwegian small lakes forbidden, as it is
too effective. A fishing-otter is not an animal! It's a board with a few hooks and it is connected to a fishing line
which you drag along the shore or after the boat. The board has an angle so that when you pull the board forward
through the water it will tend to be pushed away from you. I can't find any pictures or documentation of it, but go
to a fishing store and buy one. It's a cheap thing. Bait-fishing is also quite effective. Then you can give the worms
to the fish instead of have to eat them yourself. Maybe a stabile canoe might be an alternative as it is lightweight
and transportable by using a wagon made of bicycle wheels. Then you can roll the boat to the next lake or to the
ocean post pole shift, as I have planned to do. Fish during troubled times have often have saved Man.
Offered by Erik.