Torch fishing was a method of catching fish by the shores. Hawaiian legend says that some fish tend to sleep in tide pools at night. Apparently they can be heard snoring, so they were easy targets for fishers with torches and spears! This painting is situated in the waters by Aina Haina on Oahu with Koko Head in the background.
Sylvia - author
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