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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.
An Alaskan Inuit woman hangs the clothing worn by dip net fishermen to dry after they have returned from the Kenai River. rr
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