Is Salmon caught in the seawater or freshwater? Which is the preferred way, and the most ecological way?
Salmon is an anadromous fish, that means it is born in fresh water, it spends most of its life in the sea and it returns to fresh water to spawn. I was wondering when fishermen fish salmon. I guess they aim for adults (more meat), right? But do they catch adults when they are in seawater or in freshwater (i.e. while climbing up a river to spawn)? Which is the best moment in order to have a better catch? And which is the best moment in order not to endanger the species?