Wanna see how a fishermen lives in Bristol Bay at a Fish Camp? Look no further.
Via Youtube: Here is our yard and inside our cabin as well as us building our trail down the mud so we don’t have to walk uphill in thigh deep mud all the time. The intro took a couple takes so there is a little blooper reel at the end.
Bristol Bay was undoubtably one of the most successful salmon fisheries in 2014. You probably know a lot about Bristol Bay because of the huge fight against Pebble Mine, which has strong opposition from fishermen and naturalist around the world. Here is a great insight into the boats that fish these precious waters. Austin Breckenridge filmed numerous boats throughout the 2014 aboard the Pacific Drifter. Keep your eyes open, you might spot your own boat!
The last of the salmon are still pushing up streams along the west coast. Most of these creatures have traveled countless miles while enduring dangerous predators, harsh weather, numerous fishing nets and other man made obstacles. Throughout all these hardships, these amazing creatures always find there way back home to start the cycle all over again. This magical process still enlightens me every season. Spawn Til U Die…
This is view that every fisherman wants to see at the end of a long day of fishing. We rolled in at about 1:00 in the morning to unload salmon and Craig and I couldn't help snapping a shot of our late night savior.
Wooden Mirror Pictures just released this video, which highlights the journey of the first fish of the Copper River Salmon season as it heads into Seattle among great fanfare.
The salmon season has officially started this year in Alaska! This beautiful fish was caught in Southeast Alaska. Southeast is one of the few major producing salmon regions that harvest all species of salmon.
A series of video's describing good practices to keep the quality of salmon caught by commercial gillnet fishermen at its best.
The salmon season in Southeast Alaska has produced a interesting twist in the last few weeks. After a record breaking run of early pinks in July, the fish have tapered off to a trickle. The closures of Area 1 and Area 2 have prompted many fishermen to worry about the rest of the season. We are currently on the rush north to hope for another big push of fish. If it doesn’t happen in the next week, the season might have quite a surprise ending. Good Luck to everyone out there. Let’s hope the fish are still pouring in. Eat more salmon!