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Eike Ten Kley started fishing shortly after learning to walk. She grew up in Dillingham, Alaska and spent her summers at Graveyard Point in Bristol Bay. Raised by an Aleut native father and German mother, Eike got a Commercial fishing permi
I first met Lindsey Bloom while on assignment photographing a story about Pebble Mine for Outside magazine in 2008. She was in her early 20’s, the captain of a 32 foot Bristol Bay gillnetter and in charge of a crew of three. We were al
Speaking of women, I’m going to share a few photos of female fishermen I know in Bristol Bay, Alaska that make a living from the Pebble Mine free waters of the Kvichak and Nushagak rivers. This is @delaney_mar She’s been fishing f
After one of the largest Sockeye salmon harvests in decades this summer with 58,000,000 fish returning to the pristine undeveloped, non-hatchery rivers of Bristol Bay, Alaska, Scott Pruitt and Trump’s EPA have been quietly destroying a
Did anyone notice how epic our salmon fishery is doing in Bristol Bay, Alaska? This year was the second highest return of wild native ( non-hatchery) Sockeye Salmon in the past 20 years with 56,500,000 fish showing up to spawn or get caught
Emerging from a summer mostly offline... a break from the machine. Good for the soul and creative longevity... but now it's time to get back to biz. So many great things happening to to report. If you are in Chicago today thru Sunday you ca
Salmon are running thick this year with the all time largest sockeye salmon run recorded in the Nushagak district and overall exceeding the 40 million fish forecast in Bristol Bay. This is Alex and Lone bleeding a deck load on our way to de
Early morn skiff check. #graveyardpoint #bristolbay #alaska #commercialfishing #kayaking #setnet #alaskaseafood #abandoned #sockeye
Nets are in the water... catching a few of the first Kings of the season. The mama run has not yet arrived but millions of Sockeye looming out on the horizon. Pictured: Alex Newman 
#bristolbay #alaska #commercialfishing #setnet #kingsalmo
Found this moth clinging to a clump of tundra on the beach at low tide. Can anyone identify this Alaskan moth? 
#bristolbay #alaska #commercialfishing #moth
En Route to Graveyard Point. #commercialfishing #bristolbay #sockeye #alaska #setnet
Midnight in Naknek, Alaska. Red Salmon Cannery bunkhouse. My Chrystler New Yorker second from the right... only gets driven 14 days a year before and after salmon season. Currently DOA.
#alaskaseafood #redsalmon #northpacificseafoods #nakn
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