Fisherman Shows Off Catch of the Day and Leaves SA Busting: “Bathong Snakes”

Fisherman Shows Off Catch of the Day and Leaves SA Busting: “Bathong Snakes”

  • A South African man has caught the attention of many locals who are questioning the fish he just caught from the river
  • The social media user says he enjoys fishing as an outdoor activity but many peeps say he has to be careful he will catch snakes
  • However, some tweeps agree that fishing is the best hobby and some are also sharing their catch via his timeline

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Social media users are inspired to consider fishing as an outdoor activity and that is because one local is enjoying it. The Twitter user headed online to share pictures of his hobby and displayed his fish.

The guy, @IM_Ramushu, says there is no better activity than fishing and the man seems to really enjoy his life away from the buzz in the urban areas.

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South Africans are joining the conversation as they share funny comments on the guy’s timeline. Briefly News looks at the remarks from Mzansi peeps. He said:

“There is no outdoor activity that is peaceful like fishing.”
Fisherman, Mzansi, South Africans, Hobby, Snakes, Licence
A local guy is getting funny reactions as he ragged about his best hobby. Image: @IM_Ramushu/Twitter
Source: Twitter

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The post reads:

@Khakhathinyengi said:

“Catching catfish does not count as fishing.”

@Authar11 said:

“I know what you mean.”

@Floyd8367 said:

“Porcupine,, kana how is it cooked.”
@Magakwe_ said:
“I'll rather eat pilchard ka mayonnaise.”

@Seabelo99 said:

“You’re correct bro… nothing compares to fishing.”

@MalilyMash said:

“This tastes good.”

@Themba0707 said:

“Bathong catching snakes.”

@Sithole_Russel said:

“Some groups will say that's violent to the marine ecosystem.”

@WinesByBreezy said:

“What brought you to this choice of hobby?”

@Legalwise3 said:

“I am a specialist on that one bro.”

@leightenM said:

“Did you firstly apply for a fishing licence, or it is not necessary for one to?”

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@CoolioDuriel8 said:

“Not all fish are edible, some are poisonous.”

Tito Mboweni causes ruckus online with pic of fish meal, peeps don’t think it’s his: “You got a GF ntate Tito”

Looking at stories regarding food, Briefly News posted that it seems that Tito Mboweni's cooking skills are frustrating Saffas more and more each day.

The former finance minister recently shared a snap of a peculiar looking fish dish on Twitter and peeps were far from impressed. Mboweni's post resulted in tons of questions as locals could not believe that a dish like this made its way out of his kitchen.

While Mboweni did not say it was his dish, he simply asked a question about how fish meals should look.

Some peeps were hella confused and started pointing out that the pan it was cooked in does not look like one of Mboweni's. Other peeps just went straight for the kill as they roasted the politician like he roasts his chicken.

Source: Briefly News

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