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TUNA: At the Heart of General Santos

Who's mightier? The "Mananagat" (fisherman) or the Tuna? Interesting question! What is Handline Fishing? How does it differ from Purse Seining? What are the ways to catch a Tuna in the open seas? Who cultivated the culture of fishing in General Santos City? How has fishing sustained our city?

These and many more are answered by "TUNA: At the Heart of General Santos", a Coffee Table Book, due for release in September 2018!

Hurry! Buy one and enjoy the interesting stories found in the hardbound book including the photos in 104 pages that show the nitty-gritty of the Tuna Industry.

"TUNA: At the Heart of General Santos" is published by SOCSKSARGEN Federation of Fishing And Allied Industries, Inc. (SFFAII), in celebration of its hosting of the 20th National Tuna Congress.

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