The fish weir or fixed engine is a method of catching fish that dates back to the 5th century. The fish weir is made from ranks of Putcher nets traditionally built from willow or hazel. A few people still fish for salmon by this method, which the environmental agency is trying to ban.
Putcher fishing represents a traditional way of life, and is a link back to our historic past.
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