Loch Craignish, Argyll

Maker
John Peat Munn
Production date
Aug 1950
Description
Text on negative envelope reads 'Loch Craignish. Salmon Fishers cleaning their nets at north end. Left, Old Poltalloch Hills. Left centre Eilean Righ. Right centre, Eilean Dubh'. View of two salmon fishers wearing waders and standing in the water, cleaning their nets. Their open rowing boat is moored to the left. There is a line of floats parallel to the shore.
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Production date
Aug 1950
Subject notes
Salmon were more plentiful in inshore waters than they are now. Coastal salmon fishing has been replaced by river fishing which injects much more money into the economy.
Accession number
P39018

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