Have You Ever Eaten Dried Ling Fish in Sweden?


An Epic Photograph of Ling Fishing Process in Sweden During 1800's

Ling is one of the most common Atlantic Ocean fishes to catch and eat by Europeans, especially British, Scandinavians and Spanish. In this historic image of a fisherman in south west of Sweden, you can see how they used to dry the ling fish to trade. It was taken in 1899 by Hedda Ekman. 

Ling Fishing in Sweden


Ling Facts
Ling is a long fish. You can catch a 150 cm long Ling easily from a boat in North Sea.
Ling is a deep water fish. Most of them are caught between 100 and 300 metre.
A female Ling can carry millions of eggs. About 20-60 millions!


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