National Geographic : 1942 Mar
(c) National Geographic Society Kodachrome by J.Baylor Roberts On Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Men "Fish" for Cranberries, Then Harvest Them from Wind-blown Drifts After the first or dry picking with boxlike scoops, owners flood their cranberry bogs. Stubborn berries are shaken from the vines bysuction paddles onscows and rise to the surface. Pickers skim them off the water and rush the containers to the cannery (Plate III). The wet pick adds 25per cent tothe grower's crop.