a hook with a raised shank or keel.
net used to keep fish alive to be returned after the end of the fishing session.
also called “black” or spring salmon, kelts are sea-run Atlantic salmon that have over wintered in a river and returned to saltwater in the spring. Kelts are thinner and initially darker than fresh bright-silver spring migrants, but lighten as they approach the sea.
a self-propelled dual-pontoon float tube.
small outboard motor used for trolling.
the intertwining of one or more pieces of fishing line as a fastening.
the name given to a landlocked sockeye salmon.
any of the small, pelagic, shrimplike crustaceans of the family Euphausiidae, eaten as food by certain whales.
the distinctive hooked jaw that male salmon develop during spawning.
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