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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
857-91058 - 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
857-91057 - 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
857-91059 - 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
817-193422 - A vineyard worker sets netting up over the vines to protect the fruit from birds at Lopez Island VineyardsThis estate vineyard and winery practices organic farming, Washington, USA
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