Release the first 32 captive raised Pseudotropheus saulosi that were available in September 2013 from Stuart Grant Ltd at Taiwanee Reef.
Video of our group traveling from Chembe Beach to our special dive spot on Domwe Island. We pass through Illa Gap, which seperates the island from the mainland.
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This video was shot in 2006 at Senga Bay beach. The net is about 1000 feet long! It is forbidden to use beach seines at any place around the lake, but who is going to take away such a large investment of the village? After years of employing such nets the populations of the sand-dwelling cichlids of the shallow waters have all but completely vanished. At the end of this hour-long effort only a few fish were caught, by far not enough to supply for a meal for all participants in the haul. Nevertheless, beach seining continues till this day as there is no alternative.
Video copyrighted by Ad Konings and Cichlid Press (www.cichlidpress.com)
Images by Larry Johnson (http://www.malawicichlidimports.ca/)