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A Wagenia fisherman holds some small fish in his mouth while he checks traps in the rapids of Boyoma Falls. Elaborate scaffolding made from wooden of poles holds their traps. At night they guard these traps, which they check twice a day, against the fishermen from the other side of the river. This centuries-old fishing method is gradually disappearing. Diamond mining is more profitable.