Māori Fishing Calendar

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The Māori are the indigenous people of New Zealand. The Māori have a long tradition of fishing, and their ancestors passed down knowledge about the best times to fish and the most effective methods for catching different types of fish. This knowledge was often recorded in a fishing calendar, which helped the Māori plan their fishing activities and ensure that they had a reliable source of food.

The specific details of the fishing calendar would vary depending on the region and the local fishing conditions, but it would generally include information about the best times to fish and the types of fish that were most likely to be found at different times of the year.