National Geographic : 1945 Mar
Staff Photographer J.Baylor Roberts "We'd Rather Work in a Perfume Shop Than Smell Dried Fish All Day," Said One Girl. "But Someone Has toDoThis!" Fish and rice are a favorite lowland Luzon dish. Corral-like fish traps, made by driving fences of poles into tide flats, take many fish, though trawling has increased. At night fishermen set nets and drive fish into them by waving torches and beating on dugout sides with clubs. Japanese fishermen foryears before thewar monopolized many Philippine waters. One big job in Philippine rehabilitation will be the restoration of the fishing industry.