Eel, or what the Javanese also call the welut, is a type of fish that is rich in nutritional content so it is very good to serve as one of the family's daily menus. The price of eel is also cheap, which is in the range of 30-35 thousand a kilo. But unfortunately, not all in all markets we can get eels easily. Therefore, if in your area it is difficult to buy eel, then there is nothing wrong if you try to get it by fishing yourself. Because if you know the technique of fishing for eels, then you can quickly get lots of eels.
dir="ltr">Here are some things you need to pay attention to and know if you want to get eels in the wild by fishing for eels:
Places Eels Like
Locations that usually have a lot of eels so we can easily find eels on the banks of rivers, ponds, ponds or lakes. When it is going to breed, usually the eel will look for a shallow place, if it is big, then move to a deeper location because it is chasing bigger feed. Eels usually like to be in soil that has a soft contour, clay, not loose, easy to dig and does not contain sand, and usually grows water plants such as kale, lotus, water hyacinth etc.