Copper Landing, United States - July 25, 2013: An Alaskan Inuit woman is hanging wet clothing on a makeshift clothesline to dry. This clothing belongs to the dip net fishermen that have just returned to shore from the Kenai river. A dip net is a net held open by a loop. It is popular for catching sockeye salmon. Summertime is considered dip net season and a popular Alaskan pastime for both Alaskans and tourists. A dip net fisherman stands nearby and watches the Inuit woman hanging the clothes.