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Nelson Historical Society Journal, Volume 1, Issue 6, March 1964



Fish were plentiful, and in the early days very little net fishing was done. Mackerel by the hundreds used to come page 7up the creeks and get stranded by the outgoing tide. Large numbers of flounder used to be speared on the mudflats, and snapper could be caught on a line in great quantities.