Fishing is a hobby of many people living in the United States. If you live down south, especially, or in any coastal region, the act of fishing is a major part of life. Most people enjoy fishing because of the satisfaction that they receive when they are able to pull their prize out of the water. This achievement is often commemorated with a picture and sometimes, a proud social media post.
Along with fishing for recreational fun, many people in the United States and around the world make their livelihood off of fishing and sometimes even use fishing as their primary source of providing food and protein for their families. Different conditions for fishing exist around the world, from freshwater lakes filled with catfish that glide through the murky waters to deep sea ocean fishing where some of the most popular fish for consumption exist.
In Russia, a lot of the fishing that exists there occurs in the icy waters of the sea and fisherman are strongly relied upon to catch fish for sustenance. One Russian fisher went about his day recently just as any other. He was able to catch a decent amount of fish in his time working and brought back his prizes in a large bag that would hold the fish until they were needed for further use.
When he got home at put the bag down, he left it outside in the cold for a while before returning to his catch. When he opened the bag, he found something that was not quite expected. Looking up at him with wide eyes and the expression that clearly showed panic and the thought of “Oh, those were your fish??” was an orange fox who had decided to help himself to all of the fisherman’s winnings.