river Khadi, Ussuri Krai
late 19th - early 20th century
Metal; fibers: plant fiber (rope)
Metal, curved. Soldered on one end is a triangular lead plummet with a through hole, in which a nettle fishing line is passed. Fish was caught all year round, but the main seasons were end of summer and early autumn. The “okho” gear consisted of many angles fixed on a very long rope, one end of which was secured on the shore, and the other was thrown into the water with a stone plummet.
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