In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture Kenyan fishermen sail of for a day of fishing in a dhow in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast. In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture Kenyan fishermen sail of for a day of fishing in a dhow in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
n this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman prepare a small fish for bait before they start a day of fishing in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast. n this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman prepare a small fish for bait before they start a day of fishing in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman prepare a small fish for bait before they start a day of fishing in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast. In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman prepare a small fish for bait before they start a day of fishing in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture Kenyan fishermen offload their catch in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast. In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture Kenyan fishermen offload their catch in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman struggle to lift a fish from the water in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast. In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman struggle to lift a fish from the water in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman carry a barracuda on shore in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman carry a barracuda on shore in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast
In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture Kenyan fishermen carry sailfish and barracuda caught by South African sports fishermen in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.( In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture Kenyan fishermen carry sailfish and barracuda caught by South African sports fishermen in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.(
In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture a Kenyan fisherman help South African sports fisherman Quintin Maine, left, to carry a barracuda caught by him in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast. In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture a Kenyan fisherman help South African sports fisherman Quintin Maine, left, to carry a barracuda caught by him in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture South African sports fisherman Quintin Maine pose for a picture with a sailfish caught by him in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast. In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture South African sports fisherman Quintin Maine pose for a picture with a sailfish caught by him in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture a cat eat small portions of a sailfish caught by South African sports fisherman Quintin Maine in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast. In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture a cat eat small portions of a sailfish caught by South African sports fisherman Quintin Maine in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture A Kenyan fishermen yawn in a freezer packed with fish in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.( In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture A Kenyan fishermen yawn in a freezer packed with fish in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.(
In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture sailfish is stored in a freezer packed with fish in Malindi, Kenya.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture sailfish is stored in a freezer packed with fish in Malindi, Kenya.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast
  • In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture Kenyan fishermen sail of for a day of fishing in a dhow in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
    n this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman prepare a small fish for bait before they start a day of fishing in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
    In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman prepare a small fish for bait before they start a day of fishing in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
    In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture Kenyan fishermen offload their catch in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
    In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman struggle to lift a fish from the water in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
    In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009 picture A Kenyan fisherman carry a barracuda on shore in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast
    In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture Kenyan fishermen carry sailfish and barracuda caught by South African sports fishermen in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.(
    In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture a Kenyan fisherman help South African sports fisherman Quintin Maine, left, to carry a barracuda caught by him in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
    In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture South African sports fisherman Quintin Maine pose for a picture with a sailfish caught by him in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
    In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture a cat eat small portions of a sailfish caught by South African sports fisherman Quintin Maine in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.
    In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture A Kenyan fishermen yawn in a freezer packed with fish in Malindi.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast.(
    In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 picture sailfish is stored in a freezer packed with fish in Malindi, Kenya.Fishermen who fish for a living and sportsmen who catch fish for fun say they've seen a rise in fish stocks in northern Kenya and suspect the rise is due to Somali pirates who have forced commercial trawlers off the Somali coast