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1116-46927 - A Brown Bear (ursus arctos) about to catch a salmon in it's mouth at the top of Brooks Falls, Alaska. The fish is only a few inches away from its gaping jaws. Shot with a Nikon D800 in July 2015, Alaska, United States of America
1116-42917 - Brown Bear (Ursus Arctos) In Brooks River Below Brooks Falls Clawing At Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus Nerka), Katmai National Park And Preserve, Alaska, United States Of America
1174-5190 - A grey-headed gull, Chroicocephalus cirrocephalus, in mid flight, catches fish, with fish between beak, above water with splashes, Londolozi Game Reserve, Sabi Sands, Greater Kruger National Park, South Africa
764-5118 - Male cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) killing a newborn blue wildebeest (brindled gnu) (Connochaetes taurinus) calf, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Serengeti, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa
857-91033 - 08/15/08 Crew member Nick Demmert puts salmon into the fish hold while sein fishing on Captain Larry Demmert's boat just off of the outer islands west of Prince of Whales Island in SE Alaska. This is a native fishing hole. At this time they were catching mostly "humpies", United States of America
857-91060 - Oct 6, 2008 Mt Vernon, Washington Salmon fishing on the "Blakes Drift" section of the Skagit River with Brian Cladoosby, Chairman Swinomish Tribal Community. This kind of fishing is only allowed for the tribes, and is called drift netting where the net is cast at one side of the river and the boat crosses the river and drifts down. Catching Chums and Silvers, United States of America
857-91027 - 08/15/08 Crew member Nick Demmert hauls in the net while sein fishing on Captain Larry Demmert's boat just off of the outer islands west of Prince of Whales Island in SE Alaska. This is a native fishing hole. At this time they were catching mostly "humpies", United States of America
857-91058 - Oct 5, 2008 Mt Vernon, Washington Salmon fishing on the "Blakes Drift" section of the Skagit River with Swinomish Tribal members Mike Cladoosby and his deckhand Kevin Day. This kind of fishing is only allowed for the tribes, and is called drift netting where the net is cast at one side of the river and the boat crosses the river and drifts down. We caught mostly Chum and a few silvers, United States of America
857-91094 - Sept 24, 2008 20 miles offshore of Morro Bay California. Captain Bill Blue fishing for Sable Fish or "Black Cod" off the coast of Big Sur California using the "hook and line", or "long-line" method. A new wave in sustainable commercial fishing is pushing fisherman to switch from higher impact methods of harvesting fish like trawling- to hook and line or long line harvest, United States of America
857-91090 - Sept 24, 2008 20 miles offshore of Morro Bay California. Captain Bill Blue fishing for Sable Fish or "Black Cod" off the coast of Big Sur California using the "hook and line", or "long-line" method. A new wave in sustainable commercial fishing is pushing fisherman to switch from higher impact methods of harvesting fish like trawling- to hook and line or long line harvest, United States of America
857-91040 - Crew member Alexai Gamble hauls in the net while sein fishing on Captain Larry Demmert's boat just off of the outer islands west of Prince of Whales Island in SE Alaska. This is a native fishing hole. At this time they were catching mostly "humpies", United States of America
857-91048 - August 18, 08 A Coho salmon is caught off the coast of Prince of Whales Island Alaska. Trolling for salmon is considered the "high-end" fishery because the way they catch is not harmful to the fish, in fact any by-catch or non-keeper salmon can be tossed back with little damage to the fish. So since the fish are in such good shape when caught, on individual hooks on long lines, they can be brought in and prepared or dressed (gutted and bled) and then iced within minutes and then within hours are on the troll tender that fillets and vacume pacs and then flash freezes them, so that most of the fresh caught fish for pricier consumption is troller caught, United States of America
857-91038 - 08/15/08 Crew member Alexai Gamble hauls in the net while sein fishing on Captain Larry Demmert's boat just off of the outer islands west of Prince of Whales Island in SE Alaska. This is a native fishing hole. At this time they were catching mostly "humpies", United States of America
857-91095 - Sept 24, 2008 20 miles offshore of Morro Bay California. Captain Bill Blue fishing for Sable Fish or "Black Cod" off the coast of Big Sur California using the "hook and line", or "long-line" method. A new wave in sustainable commercial fishing is pushing fisherman to switch from higher impact methods of harvesting fish like trawling- to hook and line or long line harvest, United States of America
857-91028 - 08/15/08 Crew member Nick Demmert hauls in the net while sein fishing on Captain Larry Demmert's boat just off of the outer islands west of Prince of Whales Island in SE Alaska. This is a native fishing hole. At this time they were catching mostly "humpies", United States of America
857-91031 - 08/15/08 Crew member Alexai Gamble hauls in the net while sein fishing on Captain Larry Demmert's boat just off of the outer islands west of Prince of Whales Island in SE Alaska. This is a native fishing hole. At this time they were catching mostly "humpies" or pink salmon, United States of America
857-91041 - Crew members Alexai Gamble and Nick Demmert hauls in the net while sein fishing on Captain Larry Demmert's boat just off of the outer islands west of Prince of Whales Island in SE Alaska. This is a native fishing hole. At this time they were catching mostly "humpies", United States of America
857-91044 - 08/15/08 Crew members Alexai Gamble and Nick Demmert sort salmon after sein fishing on Captain Larry Demmert's boat just off of the outer islands west of Prince of Whales Island in SE Alaska. This is a native fishing hole. At this time they were catching mostly "humpies", United States of America