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A Kim Brigham and her daughter pull salmon from their gill nets on their families' platform. Bonneville Dam in the background. Indian Fishers at Cascade Locks near Portland, Oregon fish for Salmon on platforms that have been in their family for generations. The Indians are the only peoples with permits to fish this way on the Columbia River. They sell fresh Salmon to buyers from the area. They use traditional dip net and gill net fishing.
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