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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Derelict boat left to rot along the banks of the Potomac River.
1970 February
5401 thumbnail picture
Derelict boat left to rot along the banks of the Potomac River.
1970 February
5402 thumbnail picture
Fish art - Bocaccio (Sebastes paucispinis)
5403 thumbnail picture
Fish art - Bonefish (Albula vulpes)
5404 thumbnail picture
Fish art - Bonito (Gynmosarda pelamis)
5405 thumbnail picture
Fish art by G. T. Sundstrom - California bonito (Sarda lineolata)
5406 thumbnail picture
Fish art - Pacific bonito (Sarda chiliensis)
5407 thumbnail picture
Fish art - Atlantic bonito (Sarda sarda)
5408 thumbnail picture
Bonneville Dam - sign erected by Corps of Engineers giving fish statistics for passing of dam and people statistics for folks visiting dam.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam 1968 September
5409 thumbnail picture
Salmon ladder at Bonneville Dam
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5410 thumbnail picture
Salmon ladder at Bonneville Dam
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5411 thumbnail picture
Salmon ladder at Bonneville Dam
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5412 thumbnail picture
Salmon ladder at Bonneville Dam
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5413 thumbnail picture
View of truss and traps used to catch fish at draft -tube opening
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5414 thumbnail picture
Observer picking fingerling salmon out of collector extension of a submerged trap at draft-tube opening.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5415 thumbnail picture
This truss contains three fingerling traps. The entire unit can be submerged to catch fish immediately after they have passed through the turbine and draft tube.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5416 thumbnail picture
Bonneville Dam forebay showing rafts and floats holding fyke nets in postion.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5417 thumbnail picture
A chinook salmon in position between electrodes of the electroparalysis unit. Note orientation to electric field between poles.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5418 thumbnail picture
Fish being counted out of each compartment of a special trap after being subjected to sound waves for a given period.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5419 thumbnail picture
This salmon has been electro-paralyzed and is alive. Note how easily the spawn-taker is able to examine the fish for maturity and sorting.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5420 thumbnail picture
One of several large fyke nets used to catch seaward migrating fingerlings at Bonneville Dam. These nets were rigged to fish at different depths and positions in the forebay. The distribution of fingerlings was thus determined.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5421 thumbnail picture
Bonneville Dam and fishway
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5422 thumbnail picture
Bonneville Dam - spillway side. Photo shows fish ladders in operation on Washington State side of river.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5423 thumbnail picture
Scene during construction of Bonneville Dam.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5424 thumbnail picture
Model of portion of Bonneville Dam.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5425 thumbnail picture
Fish ladder
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5426 thumbnail picture
An indication of the power of the Columbia River is demonstrated in this photo of the downstream side of the dam.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5427 thumbnail picture
Fish ladder enable salmon to return upstream to reach their spawning ground. This device helped assure the conservation of the fish resources of the Columbia River by assisting the fish in bypassing the Bonneville Dam.
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5428 thumbnail picture
Fish ladder at Bonneville Dam
Oregon, Columbia River, Bonneville Dam
5429 thumbnail picture
Right side of Boston Fish Pier as one looks offshore.
Massachusetts, Boston 1940 July 5
5430 thumbnail picture
The line trawler GRAND MARSHALL at the Boston Fish Pier.
Massachusetts, Boston 1940
5431 thumbnail picture
The F/V TIDE unloading at the Boston Fish Pier.
Massachusetts, Boston 1940 July 5
5432 thumbnail picture
Right side of Boston Fish Pier as one looks offshore.
Massachusetts, Boston 1940 July 3
5433 thumbnail picture
Fish art - bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix)
5434 thumbnail picture
Fishing trawlers tied at Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston
5435 thumbnail picture
Early morning activity on Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston
5436 thumbnail picture
Early morning activity on Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston
5437 thumbnail picture
Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston
5438 thumbnail picture
Tied-up fishing draggers at Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston
5439 thumbnail picture
A quiet Sunday afternoon at the Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston
5440 thumbnail picture
A quiet Sunday afternoon at the Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston
5441 thumbnail picture
A quiet Sunday afternoon at the Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston
5442 thumbnail picture
Old Atlantic Avenue fish pier now used by pleasure craft.
Massachusetts, Boston
5443 thumbnail picture
Fishing vessel Plymouth tied up at Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston
5444 thumbnail picture
Boxes and carts used to unload fish at the Boston Fish Pier.
Massachusetts, Boston
5445 thumbnail picture
Line trawler of Guinea fleet at Boston Fish Pier.
Massachusetts, Boston 1940 July 8
5446 thumbnail picture
Trawlers unloading at the Boston Fish Pier
Massachusetts, Boston 1940 circa
5447 thumbnail picture
Catch of bottom fish being landed during exploratory trawling off Oregon coast off the FWS vessel JOHN N. COBB
Oregon coast
5448 thumbnail picture
Bottom fish being brought over side during exploratory trawling off Oregon coast off the FWS vessel JOHN N. COBB
Oregon coast
5449 thumbnail picture
A catch of bottom fish ready to be dropped onto the deck of the FWS vessel JOHN N. COBB. Most of the catch are Pacific Ocean perch caught in 155 fathoms off the Oregon coast.
Oregon coast

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