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ipjr0834552720 June 2003 Pietermaritzburg Kwa-Zulu Natal South Africa.Carp Run a photo essay by John RobinsonThe impromptu Pietermaritzburg carp run attracted an audiance who laughed,cheered and shouted directions to those who ventured into the fish filled, but not so clean duzi water. . The Pietermaritzburg Municipality lowered the water level at the Camps Drift wier to carry out maintainance on the wall, dozens of large exotic Carp, Barbel and Natal Yellow Fish were trapped in the remaining shallow water. They were netted, clubed and manhandled out of the shallow pool below the wier by people with an eye for a good many free meals.. John Robinson/South Photographsfood afrika africa afrique fishing catfish/barbel

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