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This is a fisherman coming off the shore after fishing a tide using the haaf beam. This is a wooden "gola post" type construction with a net strung across. The haaf netters wait for the incoming or outgoing tide and for the fish to swim into a channel of water that the beam is held across. They fish for Salmon mainly and when one hits the net it is quickly flipped over the cross beam to be trapped and put in the bag on the fisherman's back.

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Additional Photos by Bev Turner (Glint) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1047 W: 30 N: 1226] (6171)
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