Bart Butson (Net Fisherman, South Australia) - an enthusiast for the region and its seafood
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The life of a small scale inshore fisherman in South Australia can be challenging, but also rewarding.
Inshore fishing refers to fishing that is done close to the shore, usually within a few kilometers of land, and involves fishing for species such as tommy rough, garfish, squid, and the famed King George whiting.
Bart Buston is a small scale inshore fisherman operating out of Port Wakefiled in the upper Saint Vincents Gulf in in South Australia. As a 3rd generation fisherman, working the same waters, he is an enthusiast for the region, the seafood and the market he supplies.
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