Title

Maine fishermen have averaged 50 to 60 million pounds of herring a year for the

Authors

George Putz

Source

Island Journal

Date

1985

Volume Number

Volume 2

Pages

35-38

Abstract

Maine fishermen have averaged 50 to 60 million pounds of herring a year for the last five years, using ancient and modern methods alike. Fire lures, weirs, stop-seines, and spotting planes have all been used in Maine. Details; Winslow Homer painting.

Subjects

Herring

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