They make sure their nets are mended before they go out.
Sometimes the catch is good, sometimes it’s meagre. Notice the white apron to keep the water, slime, and blood off the fisherman’s clothes? The second fellow gets by with a makeshift apron. Nothing wrong with a big garbage bag to use as an apron.
In the early morning the fish is already for sale at the beach,
and later at the fish market in town.
The tourists can buy fish to take to their bungalows to cook, or they can go out to a beachside restaurant and order the catch of the day.
It’s not terribly fancy, but it’s very tasty, especially when eaten beside the sea from whence it came.