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  • For Upper Skagit Tribe, fishing is a way of life

    Members of the Upper Skagit Tribe fish for sockeye salmon on the Baker River near the town of Concrete, Washington, Wednesday, July 5, 2017. What was once a summer long tradition of living on the river and fishing has been reduced to four to six days.

Members of the Upper Skagit Tribe fish for sockeye salmon on the Baker River near the town of Concrete, Washington, Wednesday, July 5, 2017. What was once a summer long tradition of living on the river and fishing has been reduced to four to six days. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Members of the Upper Skagit Tribe fish for sockeye salmon on the Baker River near the town of Concrete, Washington, Wednesday, July 5, 2017. What was once a summer long tradition of living on the river and fishing has been reduced to four to six days. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

‘We hope and pray that fishing will continue, so when they’re of age, they can be on the river’

September 10, 2017 5:00 AM