Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
Offers Always Considered
$1,000 For A Fish!
Japs Use Deep Sea Divers For Fishermen
1. Fishermen wait in line to pay $1.00 registration fee to compete in the National Trout Derby in the Yellowstone River near Livingston, Montana. 2. Judges weight in the catch. 3. The winner, Rudolph Egeland displays the 7 1/2 pound speckled beauty that netted $1,000 first prize.
While Japan's Emperor Hirohito (felt hat) and Empress Nagako (with bucket) vacation at Hayama, they visit the fishing grounds where fishermen in deep sea diving suits explore the sea bottom and net low-swimming fish, which is considered a rare food delicacy by the Japanese people.
Ice Fishing Popular In Minnesota Lakes
Photos show three oft he 150,000 hook-and-line, and spear fishermen who go after northern pike, walleyes and crappies through the ice. Left: while one partner fishes, the other cooks coffee and porch chops. Right: A.E. Snodgrass of Minneapolis spears a northern pike as he stands inside a dark wooden hut.