When a boy in the village of Kazinga is age 4 or 5 they may join the fishermen, swimming alongside the boats to scare the small fish, mostly Dagaa, into the nets. Kazinga, which means a place where there is fishing, was founded in 1957. 99% of the men in this village are fishermen. Initially the fishermen used small boats and just tied a net on the boat. They used kerosene lanterns at night, fishing until dawn. As the population increased, they began using bigger boats with motors and LED lights. Check out the World’s Biggest Lakes and Climate story in the March 2018 issue of @natgeo magazine, now online, and follow @michaelchristopherbrown for more from the story.