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Unknown fisherman stands at the "harbor" in Graveyard Creek, with setnet skiffs in the background.
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The remains of a sockeye, left behind by a grizzly that stole the fish from a net
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Billie Delaney, a fisherwoman on photographer Corey Arnold's crew, leans against an abandoned building at Graveyard Point, holding a dead seabird found on the beach.
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Writer Tim Sohn hauls in a net full of sockeye.
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Graveyard Point workers on a day off, posing on the remains of a boat found at an abandoned cannery nearby
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Members of the TenKley crew on a bluff near Graveyard Point
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The Alvarado/Gerry crew, outside their squatter home, the Graveyard Hotel
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The wild salmon run in Bristol Bay is the largest in the world.
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The fishing scene at Graveyard Point can be a family affair.
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Fishermen approach the abandoned Nakeen Cannery on the Kvichak River.
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