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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

1700 thumbnail picture
Brailing salmon from fish trap
Alaska, Ketchikan 1943
1701 thumbnail picture
Small salmon boats anchored inshore with vessel underway offshore.
Alaska 1950 circa
1702 thumbnail picture
Transferring sockeye salmon from a purse seiner to the buyer boat.
Washington, San Juan Islands 1946 August
1703 thumbnail picture
The small purse seiner ANN PAGE
Alaska 1950 circa
1704 thumbnail picture
Fish trap operated by Independent Canneries
Alaska, Ketchikan 1943
1705 thumbnail picture
Brailing salmon from fish trap
Alaska, Ketchikan 1943
1706 thumbnail picture
Brailing salmon from fish trap
Alaska, Ketchikan 1943
1707 thumbnail picture
Brailing salmon - buy boat at Independent Canneries Fish Trap No. 1.
Alaska, Ketchikan 1943
1708 thumbnail picture
Independent Canneries Fish Trap No. 1 under license 43-317
Alaska, Ketchikan 1943
1709 thumbnail picture
Salmon gill net and boat
Oregon, Cascade Locks 1968 September
1710 thumbnail picture
Salmon boat docking
Washington, Ilwaco 1968 September
1711 thumbnail picture
Salmon gill net
Oregon, Cascade Locks 1968 September
1712 thumbnail picture
Salmon boat NORA docking
Washington, Ilwaco 1968 September
1713 thumbnail picture
Salmon boat NORA docked at the Bumble Bee Seafoods dock
Washington, Ilwaco 1968 September
1714 thumbnail picture
Fyke net used in catching young red salmon smolts.
Alaska, Naknek 1958
1715 thumbnail picture
Fishwheels are still a successful method for natives to obtain salmon from many rivers in Alaska for subsistence and dogfood.
1716 thumbnail picture
Young slamon tow-net
Alaska, Brooks Lake
1717 thumbnail picture
Young slamon fyke net
Alaska, Karluk River
1718 thumbnail picture
Purse seiner brailing salmon
Washington, Dungeness Bay 1967 July 30
1719 thumbnail picture
Purse seiner with salmon in net
Washington, Dungeness Bay 1967 July 30
1720 thumbnail picture
Preparing a salmon purse seine for the next trip
Washington, Seattle, Fisherman's Dock 1941 July
1721 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seines on Fisherman's Dock
Washington, Seattle, Fisherman's Dock 1941 July
1722 thumbnail picture
Searching for sockeye fingerlings at Lake Chelatna
Alaska, Cook Inlet area
1723 thumbnail picture
Devils Canyon on the upper Susitna River showing one block (landslide) to upstream migration of salmon.
Alaska, Susitna River
1724 thumbnail picture
Fish trap for salmon
Alaska 1958
1725 thumbnail picture
Fish trap for salmon
Alaska 1958
1726 thumbnail picture
Fish trap for salmon
Alaska 1958
1727 thumbnail picture
Harvesting salmon from fish trap
Alaska 1958
1728 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner with net out
Alaska, Kalsin Bay, Kodiak Island 1947 August
1729 thumbnail picture
Diagram of salmon purse seining by S. T. Sundstrom
1730 thumbnail picture
Salmon packer at anchor
Alaska, Windfall Harbor, Admiralty Island 1947 August
1731 thumbnail picture
Native American netting sockeye salmon
Alaska, Aleutian Islands, Attu 1950 circa
1732 thumbnail picture
Native American netting sockeye salmon
Alaska, Aleutian Islands, Attu 1950 circa
1733 thumbnail picture
Brailing salmon from trap
Alaska, SE 1950 circa
1734 thumbnail picture
Brailing salmon from trap
Alaska, SE 1950 circa
1735 thumbnail picture
Salmon seining - hauling in purse seine. The gear used by a seiner consists of a large net held in position with weights and cork floats. After a set has been made, the net is pursed and the fish are brailed. Purse seining is the most common way of capturing fish.
Alaska, Yes Bay 1950 circa
1736 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner with net out
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1950 circa
1737 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner with net out
Alaska, Kodiak Island, Kalsin Bay 1950 circa
1738 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner anchoring net on shore - attempting to capture all salmon swimming close to the beach.
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1950 circa
1739 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiners
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1950 circa
1740 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner setting net close to shore
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1950 circa
1741 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner setting net close to shore
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1950 circa
1742 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner setting net close to shore
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1950 circa
1743 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner setting net close to shore
Alaska, Kodiak Island, Kalsin Bay 1950 circa
1744 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner at dock
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1950 circa
1745 thumbnail picture
Salmon purse seiner at dock with dinghy
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1950 circa
1746 thumbnail picture
Purse seine boat unloading halibut
Alaska 1950 circa
1747 thumbnail picture
Seining salmon with team of small boats
Alaska, Karluk River 1940 circa
1748 thumbnail picture
Unloading salmon from boat to truck
Alaska, Ketchikan 1945 circa
1749 thumbnail picture
PHOENIX III, a tender, brailing salmon trap
Alaska, SE 1945 circa

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