Archeologists Discover Fishing Rods and Flies Dating Back 12,000 Years

Archeologists from the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Archaeological research institute in Germany recently found fishing tackle dating back nearly 12,000 years near the Jordan River watershed in Israel. The uncovered artifacts included barbed hooks, flies, sophisticated weights, and flexible rods used to land fish from a few inches long all the way up to 2-meter long carp. … Continue reading Archeologists Discover Fishing Rods and Flies Dating Back 12,000 Years