Two videos from the Puyallup Tribe’s elders fishery

For the second year, the Puyallup Tribe of Indians was able to open a limited ceremonial and subsistence fishery for elders on spring chinook. The two day fishery was open last week. Here are some videos from that fishery.

Herman Dillon Jr., the tribe’s fisheries commission chairman, talks about the various drifts that tribal fishermen use in the fishery.

Tribal fisherman Mark Bridges shows off a dangerous piece of trash that was wrapped up in his net earlier in the day.