Fishing Feats

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Fishing Feats

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Fishing Feats

Release Date: December 22, 1951

Year    :   1951
Slogan    :   «»
Genres    :   Documentary
Production Companies    :   Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Director    :   Charles T. Trego
Producers    :   Pete Smith
Writers    :   
RunTime    :   9 mins.

With Pete Smith providing dry off-screen commentary, we watch some serious fishing: a marlin caught near Catalina, a hammerhead shark caught then wrestled in a small rowboat near Baja, the largest (721 pounds) great white shark caught to date in California waters, Chinook Indians catching salmon at Celilo Falls in Oregon - each with his designated place on the river where his ancestors stood, and, last, a crew on a boat off Mexico hoisting and hurling tuna using unbarbed hooks (baited only with a feather) as fast as they can as long as the school is there - backbreaking work - but a $25,000 catch.


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