National Geographic : 1937 May
Photograph byLuis Marquez NETS SPREAD LIKE WINGS, THE FISHING FLEET RESEMBLES A SWARM OF HUGE DRAGONFLIES Between 9 and 11 o'clock in the morning the schools "run," and the Lake of Patzcuaro is dotted with dugout canoes and flapping white bows. Nets areoval shaped, with small bent poles forming the outer rim. The mesh is tied in a pouch. Long poles lower and raise the nets when thefishing grounds arereached.