are many different kinds of fish in the Seto Inland Sea and
the fishery has always been outstanding, making the life of
the people here very rich and happy. No wonder fishing is one
of the most fun and popular activities here. Japanese fishing
doesn't lend itself to sports fishing, as is the case overseas.
Therefore, it's very common to catch certain fish depending
on the season.
you can see, there are a lot of different kinds of fish depending
on the season and there also different ways of catching each
fish, so it may be a good idea to ask the locals or people who
work at fishing shops. You can eat almost all kinds of fish
you catch, so why don't you ask the hotel staff about the best
way to cook the fish you catch. It's also possible to go out
to sea by ship and catch fish or experience dragnet fishing.
Some islands let you rent fishing equipment.
There aren't many restrictions on fishing, but you are can't
fish near fishfarms or protected areas. Also there are some
poisonous fish (blowfish, "manju" crab, jelly-fish) and some
fish which sting (Okoze), so you need to be very careful. Fishing
while scuba-diving is prohibited in all areas, but you are allowed
to dig for clams off almost all beaches.