Catching the sea in France, spring crabs are swarming with perch and fatty with garlic frying as a night snack | Fishing | Crab | Lobster | Catching the sea | Cuisine | France | With spring just around the corner, because the tides are not great, catching the sea at night gives you a better chance of catching seafood, especially fish, which occasionally get stranded in shallow water. Although spider crabs are in their breeding season and most of them are inedible, velvet crabs are at their fattest this time of year, with full flesh and a sweet taste. I was lucky enough to catch a 1.5kg sea bass on the shore, which was fried in butter and garlic without much seasoning, and the fish was firm and tasty. Today is just a warm-up for the spring sea catching season, there will be more seafood when the tide is higher. For more interesting overseas videos, remember to follow Yooupi Foodways, updated every Sunday.