With the arrival of autumn, fishermen on the coast of Caspian Sea look out for the generosity of the sea and go through it to catch fish.

Fishing in the Caspian Sea starts in the autumn, when the nature changes its colourful clothes, and continues until April. The sea welcomes hard-working fishermen generously and offers them plenty of mullet fish that makes the fishermen able to provide for themselves and their families.

Caspian mullet is olive green and silver in colour. It’s an oystercatcher fish fed on snails, algae, worms and decaying material on the seabed.

What follows are YJC’s photos of fishing in Caspian Sea:

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