Many people don’t know it, but the North Sea and the English Channel are full of treasures other than the famous scallops. And unlike the latter, you don’t have to go very far to find a deposit and have a feast that evening. Because it is about fishing on foot. Concentrated along the Somme bay, fishing on foot is certainly regulated. But if you stay within the limits, you can enjoy cockles, whelks, clams and other periwinkles. For that, you just need to put on a good pair of boots with a waterproof suit and a bucket full of courage. Because fishing on foot is a sporty hobby!