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    Macgregor Walker plays with his food, a 25-pound king salmon, on the dock in Dillingham.

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    Macgregor Walker hauls a 25-pound king salmon up the dock in Dillingham.

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    Two setnetters take gunfire on the shore of the Nushagak River from a truckload of drunk locals. We were pinned down for five minutes before the bullets stopped.

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    A fisherman holds a dozen salmon in Ekuk.

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    Setnetters in Ekok taking time off at the cabin.

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    A family portrait of an all-female, native-Alaskan setnet crew in Ekuk.

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    Lindsey Bloom, drift boat captain and anti-pebble mine activist.

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    Lindsey Bloom and her crew with part of the days catch of sockeye salmon.

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    A setnetter in the Kvichak District holds up a bright sockeye.

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    Dylan Braund (middle) and his crew of setnetters in Nushagak Point.

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    Kai Raymond and his father Crocodile, with their crew aboard the Heidi Ann, fish the Ugashik district.

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    Driftnet boats at the dock in Dillingham await the next opener.

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    Set netters untangling sockeye on the beach in the Naknek River.

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    Graffitti on the wall of a set net shack, called Ole Olsen's place, in Nushagak Point.

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    Setnetters eat dinner inside Dylan Braund's main cabin at midnight after a long period of fishing.

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