Out on the early morning sea. The fishermen leave late at night, by the time the sun rises they have already been at sea for hours. The government restrictions prevent the fishermen from heading out more than a few times a week.
For generations, families in fishing communities have survived of the bounties of the ocean. The family trade was passed from father to son. Now it is a way of life that has all but vanished. With the government ban there are no jobs, and only a few fishing communities remain.