STATE FISHERIES
ORIG. COLOR 125'SOF / MAG. CUT STORY: FISHERMEN PULLING NETS IN MINTER CREEK (OPENED FOR COMMERCIAL FISHING FOR 2 DAYS) VS THEY CATCH SALMON. VS LUMMI INDIAN FISHERY STUDENTS REMOVE EGGS FROM A FEMALE SALMON TO BE USED FOR ARTIFICIALLY SPAWNING SALMON. INTVU. INDIAN STUDENT CU SQUIRMING FISH IN A TANK. CI: GEOGRAPHIC: WASH. , PUGET SOUND. INDUSTRIES: FISHING. ANIMALS: FISH: SALMON.
SJT - POST-BREXIT FISHING/ FRANCE WILL NOT APPLY SANCTIONS UNTIL THURSDAY
A2 / France 2
Unites States, 1970s: commercial fishing of prawn
Unites States, 1970s: commercial fishing of prawn. Salmon jump up waterfall
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WILD SALMON FISHING
Salmon Leaping the Credit River
In Mississauga, salmon leap up the Credit River. Jeff Wainmen, who works in an office nearby, stands near the river to observe the fish attempting to get upstream. Fish struggle upward with the help of a ladder installed by the Ministry of Natural Resources. Conservation officer Ken Snowden explains how the fish swim down from Lake Ontario. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
Commercial fishing industry of Japan before World War II
Animated map of fishing grounds around Japan that provide one fourth of the world's catch. Movement of the seasonal catch is tracked as it moves Northward during the year. Men and women engaged in commercial fishing, gathering in nets teeming with fish. Fishing boats plying waters of an inland sea. Fishing boats moored along the shores. Larger seagoing fishing boats leaving to operate along the coast of Honshu. Fishermen letting out nets from these boats and using cable winches to retrieve them. Views of refrigerated Japanese fishing ships that also freeze their catches, operatiing in the Siberian maritime provinces and in Alaskan and Arctic waters. Fishing boats, operating before World War 2, are seen pulling crabs aboard. View inside a floating cannery ship where salmon and crabmeat are being canned for export to places like the U.S.A. Closeup of a can displaying "ICEBOUNDBRAND" and text reading: " World Renowned Floating Cannery Pack Fresh from the Deep Sea Waters of Northern Japan. Net contents 13ounces. SELECTED CRABMEAT." Japanese wading in a river, and using trained cormorants, to catch fish. View of fisherman taking fish from his cormorant and placing them into a large jug. view of edible seaweed being harvested and laid out in the sun, in racks. Animated illustration of Japanese man and items included in his dinner of rice, soybean, fish, sea slugs, sea urchins, octopus, lily bulbs, bamboo shoots, bean curd and pickled fruits and vegetables, accompanied by a little saki (rice wine). Location: Japan. Date: 1938.
Female chum salmon guarding nest, British Columbia
Female chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) guarding her nest in a gravel-bottomed river. The female excavates a shallow nest called a redd in a gravel riverbed and lays her eggs in it. These are fertilised by a male and the pair guard the nest until they die a few days later. Filmed in south British Columbia, Canada.
Salmon Fishing
Brailing:numerous shots of brailing operations.
UK Alaska
AP-APTN-1830: UK Alaska Tuesday, 2 November 2010 STORY:UK Alaska- REPLAY Campaigners urge ban on gold mining operations in Alaskan reserve LENGTH: 01:20 FIRST RUN: 1530 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/VNR STORY NUMBER: 663516 DATELINE: London - 2 Nov 2010 LENGTH: 01:20 ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE THIS STORY IS EMBARGOED TO 0001 GMT WEDNESDAY 3 NOVEMBER 2010++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST - ++++ EMBARGOED TO 0001 GMT WEDNESDAY 3 NOVEMBER ++++ VNR (Earthworks) - AP Clients Only Bristol Bay, Alaska - undated 1. Wide of Bristol Bay in Alaska 2. Alaskans fishing for salmon 3. Villagers hang salmon on line AP Television London, UK - 2 Nov 2010 4. Alaskan native leaders walk along London street 5. Native leaders with banner opposing mine project 6. Native leaders meet jeweller and present him with pack of salmon 7. Pan across faces of Alaskan native leaders 8. Mid shot of salmon pack with sticker opposing mine project 9. Native leaders pose with jeweller 10. Close up of salmon pack 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Lydia Olympic, Alaskan native leader: "It would do tremendous damage. Not only would it be wiping out our culture and our way of life, but it would be wiping out the wild salmon. Wild sockeye salmon run - this is it - this is the last place for wild sockeye salmon." 12. Wide of Alaskan native leaders with jeweller STORYLINE: A group of Alaskan native leaders paraded through a street in London on Tuesday in protest at plans by a multi-national mining company to dig for gold on their land. Campaigners from the Bristol Bay region, southwest of Anchorage, Alaska, took their message to a London jeweller who supports their cause. Alaskan natives say the proposed mine - called Pebble Mine - would destroy their way of life. They also say the plan would wipe out stocks of wild sockeye salmon, which they describe as the lifeblood of their community. Bristol Bay supplies a third of the world's commercial supply of wild sockeye salmon, the campaigners say. The Pebble Mine project would do tremendous damage, according to Alaskan native leader Lynda Olympic. "Not only would it be wiping out our culture and our way of life, but it would be wiping out the wild salmon," she said. "This is the last place for wild sockeye salmon." The company behind the Pebble Mine scheme, Anglo American, said its proposal had the backing of numerous Alaskan native communities. In a statement, it insisted that mining and fishing could co-exist, but pledged that unless the mine can be designed in a way that protects the environment, it would back down from its plan. All AP Television video will be delivered in 16:9 from 10th November 2010. For more information, please email: widescreenap.org Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 11-02-10 1455EDT
Chum salmon spawning in shallow water, British Columbia
Low angle shot of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) spawning in a shallow fast-flowing river. The female excavates a shallow nest in a gravel riverbed and lays her eggs in it. These are fertilised by a male and the pair guard the nest until they die a few days later. Filmed in temperature rainforest in the Lower Mainland, British Columbia, Canada.
Study Links Lowering Depression to Eating Fish
Over shots of fish for sale at a store, a news story reports that pregnant women can lower their risk for depression by eating fish and their Omega 3 fatty acids. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
SALMON WAR #2
00:00:00:00 - RAW (0:00) /
Salmon Run
Salmon fishing: shot of man holding up British Columbia salmon for camera, fishermen forking salmon from dory onto dock, man winding in nets. BOATING SHOT of fishing boats in bay.
France. Landes. Smoking Christmas Salmon
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
FISHING BOATS, MANY. COMMERCIAL SALMON FISHING
Large Format: [Sud Ouest: Father Christmas' other workshop]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Chum salmon spawning in shallow water, British Columbia
Chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) spawning in a shallow fast-flowing river. The female excavates a shallow nest in a gravel riverbed and lays her eggs in it. These are fertilised by a male and the pair guard the nest until they die a few days later. The females compete for the best nest sites and the males compete for access. Filmed in southern British Columbia, Canada.
AQUATIC SPECIES / FRESHWATER / NEWS CONFERENCE (1994)
THE ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND RELEASES A REPORT ON THE DECLINE OF FISH, SHELLFISH AND OTHER AQUATIC SPECIES IN U.S. FRESHWATER LAKE AND RIVERS.
SALMON WAR #1
00:45:13:02 [B-ROLL Salmon fishing boats catching fish in bay & in prep]---WS BEAUTY SHOT boat w mtns behind/ LS boat lifts lrg net w catch of Salmon/ VS boat w Salmon in water on deck/ MS fis ...
Salmon Fishing
HASs of men sorting and packing fish in ice on boat.
EXXON VALDEZ HANDOUT
HANDOUT TAPE FROM THE EXXON VALDEZ OIL SPILL TRUSTEE COUNCIL AND KTOO ON THE OIL SPILL IN VALDEZ ALASKA AND ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY. SHOTS OF MURRES ON E. AMATULI, BARREN ISLANDS HARLEQUIN DUCKS SWIMING B-ROLL SHOTS OF JACKPOT BAY - BOATER, WS ESCHAMY BAY MARBLED MURRELETS ESCHAMY BAY HARBOR SEAL ESCHAMY BAY BEAUTY ESCHAMY BAY KAYAKERS KENAI FJORDS. PUFFIN KENAI FJORDS. TOUR BOAT AT GLACIER KENAI FJORDS, MCCARTY PASSAGE KENAI FJORDS DELIGHT LAKE KENAI FJORDS - DESIRE CREEK AND COMMERCIAL FISHING NEAR DESIRE KENAI FJORDS JAMES LAGOON KENAI FJORDS - NUKA BAY RIVER OTTERS DENAI FJORDS - EAGLES AT KVASINOFF FALLS SHUYAK ISLAND - SHUYAK HARBOR SHUYAK ISLAND - KAYAKING AT PORT WILLIAMS AFOGNAK ISLAND REVEAL AFOGNAK FOREST AFOGNAK WATERFALL AFOGNAK WATERFALL AFOGNAK HIKERS AFOGNAK SALMON AFOGNAK PAULS LAKE EYAK LAKE AND SURROUNDING LAND CORDOVA - VIEW OF HAWIKINS ISLAND NELSON BAY NELSON BAY CLEARCUTS AND LOGPILE SIMPSON BAY SIMPSON BAY - DUCK, THEN SAILBOAT ANCHORED AT HOLE IN THE WALL CANOE PAASSS CANOE PASS PINK SALMON IN STREEM KNOWLES HEAD - CLEARCUTS AND TANKER TATITLEK VILLAGE MOON BAY MOON BAY SEA OTTER W/ PUP FISH BAY TIMBER EASEMENT KAYAKER AND OTTER NEAR HELLS HOLE SPORTSFISHING NEAR SHEEP BAY WINDY BAY KENAI RIVER FISHING KENAI RIVER BANK RESTORATION KENAI RIVER RAFTING HOMER TULIN PROPERTY HOMER TULIN PROPERTY FROM BEACH HOMER OVERLOOK PARK HOME SPLIT AERIALS AFOGNAK - PAUL AND LAURAS LAKE AERIAL WS AFOGNAK AERIAL OLD HARBOR WS TERMINATION POINT ON BEACH AT TERMINATION POINT LONG ISLAND B-ROLL LARSEN BAY ESTABLISHING SHOT LARSEN BAY CHRUCH, THEN AERIAL OLD HARBOR AERIAL LANDS NEAR OLD HARBOR - PROBABLY SITKALIDAK ISLAND LONG ISLAND AERIAL KACHEMAK STATE PARK KAYAKING AT KACHEMAK BAY STATE PARK WATER TAXI AT KACHEMAK BAY STATE PARK MONTEGUE ISLAND - CORMORANTS OR LOONS PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND HUMPBACK WALE BREACH, MONTEGUE ISLAND PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND - HUMPBACK WALK SPOUT AND BREACH MONTEGUE ISLAND HARBOR SEALS.
NORTH AMERICA
COMMERCIAL SALMON FISHING. PURSE SEINING. FISHING WITH NETS. SETTING NETS. CU NETS GOING OVERBOARD