National Geographic : 1941 Dec
©Leon Briand &Son Men in Dories Close Their Nets Around Teeming Capelin While Others Dip Them from the Breakers In late June millions of these small fish of the smelt family swim along the coast of the French archipelago to spawn in the shallows. Islanders eat them fresh, but most of the haul is dried, smoked, or frozen in the cold-storage plant for bait. So dense are capelin schools that the waters aregreen with wriggling fish (opposite andpp. 758-9).