Fishing tradition never lets Yakamas down

The Klickitat River has always been a tribal fishery. It’s one of the few places where Native Americans fish using dip nets, the same way their ancestors did for thousands of years. (Erika Schultz & Lauren Frohne / The Seattle Times)

Washington’s Klickitat River is one of the few places in the state where Yakama tribal members still fish for salmon with dip nets on platforms.