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Fish Drying on Racks Down at the Docks of Hoonah
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Summary
"Drying fish on waterfront" (fish racks filled with fish next to pilings and dock.)
Fish Trap
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Summary
Fish Trap at Hoonah
Pat Mills Enjoying Crab in the Galley
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Patricia Mae Fishing Vessel Painting
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Summary
The fishing vessel Patricia Mae was made by Sitka boat builder Andrew Hope in 1947 for John Young. It was later renamed the NEKA QUEEN.
Esther Kaze with Halibut
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Hoonah Fishing Boats Side by Side
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Boat Docked at Cannery
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Summary
The fishing tender, The Bear at the gut scow chute.
Hoonah Fishermen Karl Greenewald Sr, Louie Halverson and John Lawson
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Summary
The captain, Karl Greenwald, Sr. is seen in the fish hold, pitching their deckload by hand. John Lawson is standing in the front and Louie Halverson stands in the back. It is thought that this photo was taken on the FV Reliance.
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
People and Places, Fishing
Summary
Filmed circa 1950s by Robert Pendley who was a mechanic at Icy Straits Salmon Packing Company for fifteen seasons.
The Bear Tender
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Summary
The Bear would unload fish by pitching it off with a fish pew, a long handle with a sharp curved end.
F/V Key City Jim McKinley Captain
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Summary
Key City shown in Middle Pass of the Inian Islands where Hoonah boats could fish without competition as the tides were so rough other boats could not fish there.
F/V Karen Jean
Community
Hoonah Community Members
Category
Fishing
Summary
The Karen Jean, at Middle Pass, captained by Joe White.