The Nyrok Nanggok is a traditional fishing island. It is practiced in the dry season. Once a year, shamans, dukuns, empty the dry river crocodiles and snakes to organize the collective fishing or gather all the surrounding villages.
On fishing with small nets and spears with very flexible (men in general). Nyrok Nanggok lances are transmitted from father to son.
The flexibility of the launch is very important because the sinner must know what type of fish he speared at the bottom of the muddy water, and how to go out for a fish that often has venomous spines
Over a period of three days to a week, the villagers build an ephemeral village in the heart of the forest ...
Back at camp, the dukuns collect some of the luckiest fishing for redistribution to the needy.
We can not guarantee being able to show this to people fishing from the outside. We can not predict in advance the date of completion or obtain permission from dukuns. We therefore propose that this rare video, made by us in 2009