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A brail full of sockeye salmon goes into the hold of this seiner

Inscriptions on verso of print "#5535 - A brail full of sockeye salmon goes into the hold of this seiner Photo Don Coltman", "Fish / 2 col x 6 / Tuesday 9am / Int Edition"
Stamp on verso of print "Copyrighted Photo / This copy sold for / use of original purchaser only / Additional copies available."
Newsclipping on verso of print, "Sep 2 1952" stamped above "A Sight to Behold is this squirming heaving brail net full of salmon, still dripping wet from the sea and due to be dropped into the hold of the seiner. The fish plummet from the net when a rope which purses up the bottom of the brailer is pulled to open it. In a short time these salmon will be transferred to a packer and thence to the cannery."

Joe Cerezin, Skipper "Cape Caution"

Inscription on verso of print "Joe Cerezin, Skipper of the Seiner 'Cape Caution' who, with all his Jugo-Slav-Canadian crew caught 14,000 Sockeye Salmon in one day... earning for himself and each of his crew more than ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE DAYS WORK. (See story) Born in Jugo Salvia forty-five years ago, Joe came to Canada twenty years ago and has been fishing the Pacific ever since. 'More Salmon for Britain' is Joe's battle-cry and he is certainly living up to it. Don Coltman Photo."

Mate Serka of "Cape Caution"

Inscription on verso of print "#5559 Mate Serko, forty year old crew member of the 'Cape Caution' inspects the seine enroute to the fishing grounds. 15 years fishing on the Pacific Coast is Mate's record. Don Coltman Photo."

Frank Puratick, Engineer on "Cape Caution"

Inscriptions on verso of print "#5562 - Frank Puratich... Engineer and all around fisherman on the Cape Caution. 20 years in Canada.. 19 fishing. 44 years old. Don Coltman Photo.", "#5562 - Frank Puratich is the Engineer aboard the seiner "Cape Caution", but when the 'set' is being made is busy above decks. Photo Don Coltman."

Tony Zupanoe [Zupanov], cook and fisherman on "Cape Caution"

Inscription on verso of print "Tony Zupanoe arrived in Canada from Dalmatie Jugoslavia sixteen years ago and joined the 'fleet' on the Cape Caution he is Cook and fisherman. Mention of his 'Thousand Dollars a Day' only broadens Tony's smile. He is very enthisiastic about his adopted country and loves the Pacific Coast. Don Coltman Photo."

Sockeye salmon in net

Inscription on verso of print "2 col x6 Saturday 1st Edition"
News clipping on verso of print " 'It's in the bag,' this young giant of the sea exclaims as the seine net has been pursed and the catch of salmon enclosed within the net between the seiner and the skiff. This catch is eyed by the brawny skiff man who takes out the end of the seine net."
Stamp on verso of print "Copyrighted Photograph / This copy sold for / use of original purchaser only. / Additional copies available."
Inscription on additional print "#5530 - Hundreds of captured sockeye salmon mill about as the seine is hauled in. Photo Don Coltman"

Dick Jack, Assistant Product Manager Canadian Fishing Company reports to head office on days catch via wireless telephone from the ["Cape Caution"] seiner

Inscriptions on verso of print "#5526 - Dick Jack, Assistant Production Manager of Canadian Fishing Co., Vancouver, B.C. reports by wireless telephone to his Head Office in Vancouver from aboard a seiner. Trip to shore telephones have greatly increased the efficiency of operation of the fishing fleet and has saved many a boat and its load from destruction on the rocks when they have come to grief. Photo Don Coltman.", "#5526 - Asst Production Manager of the Cannery calls his shore office in the 'Cape Cautions' wireless telephone to tell them of the catch. Many of the larger fishing boats are equipped with ship-to-shore telephones. Don Coltman Photo."

Dick Jack, Assistant Product Manager Canadian Fishing Company congratulates Skipper Joe [Cerezin] of "Cape Caution" on his $1000 a day per man catch

Inscription on verso of print "#5525 - 'Congratulations Joe'. Dick Jack, Asst. Production Manager of Canadian Fishing Co., Vancouver B.C., congratulates Skipper Joe Cerezin of the 'Cape Caution' on his 'Thousand-dollars-a-day-per-man-catch.' 20 years fishing on the B.C. Coast and Joe can almost smell a school of salmon. Photo Don Coltman."

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