Set Net Fishing Buoys Cook Inlet Alaska

Buoys marking the location of a set net set up for salmon fishing in the Cook Inlet in the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska, USA.

Across the surface of the water in Cook Inlet in Alaska, USA, the onset of another day brings out the set net fishing equipment. The buoys sit on the surface of the water to ensure the safety of other boaters and they mark the location where these nets have gone into the water.

The cork lines run around the top of the set nets with large orange buoys attached which run up the shoreline of the Cook Inlet. The chance of fishermen catching five species of salmon is very real during the salmon run when the fish return to the area. Some of the salmon return in abundance, while others are seen less frequently in the area of Cook Inlet.

USA, Alaska, Kenai Peninsula, Cook Inlet, setnet fishing for salmon in the ice cold Alaskan saltwater of Cook Inlet. Red, King, Silver, Chum, Pink salmon species.



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Photo Title: Set Net Fishing Buoys Cook Inlet Alaska

Buoys marking the location of a set net set up for salmon fishing in the Cook Inlet in the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska, USA.

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Greg Daniels Accent Alaska

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d003_236 - Set Net Fishing Buoys Cook Inlet Alaska