According to an ancient legend, the fishermen and the hunters have always been thieves. Maybe this belief is founded on the fact that good luck is necessary to that people to collect a large spoil. That's why they've learnt to earn their money in any way: they know how to sell their goods, even when they don't have much to offer.
Things went this way until the end of the Second World War,: by now the situation's deeply changed. Fishermen and hunters earn much more than their grandfathers did.
Today we spent much more money to buy fresh fish and hunted animals.