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RWS2004-06
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RWS2004-06
A reconstruction of a traditional Mansi wooden home, displaying hunting, trapping and fishing equipment. Sosva, Khanty Mansiysk, Western Siberia, Russia
RWS2004-07
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RWS2004-07
A reconstruction of a traditional Mansi wooden home, displaying hunting, trapping and fishing equipment. Sosva, Khanty Mansiysk, Western Siberia, Russia
HAP0903-33
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HAP0903-33
Fishing tackle used by coastal Chukchi & Yupik Eskimos. It is made for jigging through the ice or from a boat. The hooks are set in walrus ivory. Uelen, Chukotskiy Peninsula, Russian Far East
HAP0903-34
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HAP0903-34
The head of a fish spear (kakivak) from the Inuit community of Igloolik. The prongs are made from caribou ribs. Nunavut, Eastern Canadian Arctic.
QQ.1799-09
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QQ.1799-09
Inuit women and children fishing at a lead in the sea ice during the late Spring. Qaanaaq, Thule, Northwest Greenland
SAL8640-01
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SAL8640-01
Michael Smith casting a long fly line. Dalguise Salmon fishing on the River Tay Scotland
SAL8641-20
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SAL8641-20
Michael Smith casting a long line from his boat. Dalguise Flyfishing on the River Tay Scotland
SAL8641-35
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SAL8641-35
Michael Smith roll casting from his boat. Dalguise Flyfishing on the River Tay Scotland
SAL9703-16
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SAL9703-16
Michael Smith and a Ghillie on Kinnaird with fish on the line, on the bank, and two labradors. R. Tay Scotland
SAL9703-32
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SAL9703-32
Michael Smith on Kinnaird with fish on the bank, and his labrador Tina. R. Tay Scotland
USA0100-20
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USA0100-20
Bait store & filling station in Garrison. Mille Lacs Lake. Minnesota. USA.
 

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