June 7, 1913 – For an old resident of Petersburg to take a glance over the harbor is enough to wake him up to the fact that the fishing season is on. In other words, this is harvest time. Many impatient fishermen have been waiting, waiting for the salmon to start running, and a few days ago it was reported that it had started.
It is only two or three weeks ago that one could stand anywhere on front street and count all the way from fifty to possibly a hundred fishing crafts, from a common skiff to a 60 h.p. gas boat. Today, the last of them all, was seen leaving port for the happy fishin...
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