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Reefnet Salmon Fishing

Wild Pacific Salmon reefnet fishing is a historical Pacific Northwest salmon fishing method. It has been practiced for centuries by Native American tribes using cedar canoes and cedar nets to catch wild sockeye and other wild Pacific salmon. Though the boats have gotten a little bigger and winches are use to pull in the nylon net, this wild Pacific salmon fishing method has remained fundamentally unchanged. Fishermen still stand on towers, waiting to see a school of salmon swim along the reef and over the small net, suspended between two boats. When a school is observed, the net is quickly pulled up and the wild caught salmon are gently spilled into a netted live well to relax after the brief struggle, allowing the dissipation of bitter lactic acid that has built up in their flesh, resulting in a sweeter flavor.

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Ceci_gagina On 15/10/2011

wonderful


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_belaflor_ On 09/08/2011

nice pic


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Deivinho_sdc On 09/08/2011

Salve Salve .!
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Passa Lah e Faz Tuua Miidia.!

Sick Toic Akee!!


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Nopiseslahierba On 09/08/2011

UNA IMAGEN BIEN CURIOSA

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Daniiprodigious On 09/08/2011

woooow..your pics are so awesome*o*




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