National Geographic : 1953 May
© National Geographic Society 594 + Some Places Forbid Gill Netting, but the Arctic Knows No Law Save Survival Waters in the Far North are well-stocked. Some fish (like the such as arctic char, salmon, pike, and trout, prove better cooked. nets across narrow stretches and let struggling fish entangle themselves tect the fishermen's heads from mosquitoes. inconnu) taste best raw and frozen. Others, Survivors pressed with other tasks can set by the gills. Nets of a much finer weave pro- + Cooks coat the fish with clay and grass and lay them on coals. Diners, breaking off the hard shell half an hour later, find the flesh has lost none of its natural juices.