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Old December 3rd, 2017, 07:43 PM
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Babine Lake, BC

Babine Lake is a large inland body of water that goes nuts during the Sockeye Salmon run. They are in pre-spawning condition and take certain baits readily. In a couple of days, this whole peaceful setting will be overrun with boats and tangled lines!!! Thousands of them!!! Shot shortly after dawn at a time nobody should be up.

Pentax MX, 135mm f3.5 Pentax-M lens, 1/250 at f8. Foma 200 film in Pyrocat


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