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Brian Thomsen has been fishing in the Skattegat Sea,
off the northeastern coast of the Danish peninsula of Jutland
in the town of Skagen, for 35 years. His father was a
fisherman and Thomsen began helping him at a young age.
In the modern age of large industrial boats, it is difficult for
small-scale fishermen like Thomsen to make a living, but tourists
continue to buy the røspætter that are caught in the nets that they use.