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Cat gray cat fishing, animals.

Cat gray cat fishing, animals.

Fish fishing carp.

Fish fishing carp.

Cat feline rat, animals.

Cat feline rat, animals.

Fish fishing catch.

Fish fishing catch.

Baseball players infield, sports.

Baseball players infield, sports.

Baseball catch summer, sports.

Baseball catch summer, sports.

River fishing man, people.

River fishing man, people.

Catch fish fishermen, travel vacation.

Catch fish fishermen, travel vacation.

Softball glove ball, sports.

Softball glove ball, sports.

Softball player female, sports.

Softball player female, sports.

Landing net just beach, travel vacation.

Landing net just beach, travel vacation.

Fishing fish river.

Fishing fish river.

Barbed wire mane hair.

Barbed wire mane hair.

Fisherman fishing salmon, sports.

Fisherman fishing salmon, sports.

Dog doberman pet, animals.

Dog doberman pet, animals.

Catch fishing fish.

Catch fishing fish.

Baseball player infielder, sports.

Baseball player infielder, sports.

Gloves baseball back-catcher, sports.

Gloves baseball back-catcher, sports.

Crab shellfish marine.

Crab shellfish marine.

Trout fish aquarium, sports.

Trout fish aquarium, sports.

Fishing fish boy, people.

Fishing fish boy, people.

Fishing catch holding.

Fishing catch holding.

Network fishing net beach, travel vacation.

Network fishing net beach, travel vacation.

Baseball baseball player infield, sports.

Baseball baseball player infield, sports.

Baseball player catch, sports.

Baseball player catch, sports.

Venus flytrap sprout.

Venus flytrap sprout.

Eagle benaulim flying, travel vacation.

Eagle benaulim flying, travel vacation.

Fisherman hobby occupation, people.

Fisherman hobby occupation, people.

Trout fish aquarium, sports.

Trout fish aquarium, sports.

Distribution of the Catch by Night

Distribution of the Catch by Night

Latch Lock, Key, and Catch

Latch Lock, Key, and Catch

Latch Lock, Key, and Catch

Latch Lock, Key, and Catch

The catch singers

The catch singers

Netsuke of a Hunter Trying to Catch a Fox Beneath a Straw Hat

Netsuke of a Hunter Trying to Catch a Fox Beneath a Straw Hat

Ono no Tofu Standing on the Bank of a Stream and Watching a Frog Leap to Catch a Willow Branch

Ono no Tofu Standing on the Bank of a Stream and Watching a Frog Leap to Catch a Willow Branch

"Sure Catch" sticky fly paper

"Sure Catch" sticky fly paper

[Catch displayed on the table.]

[Catch displayed on the table.]

[Catch displayed on the table.]

[Catch displayed on the table.]

Mohana, fisherman, Soonnee Mussulman, Sind. (net with the catch)

Mohana, fisherman, Soonnee Mussulman, Sind. (net with the catch)

Penobscot River salmon fishing, discussing the catch.

Penobscot River salmon fishing, discussing the catch.

Penobscot River salmon fishing, discussing the catch.

Penobscot River salmon fishing, discussing the catch.

Edwin Bibby, Catch as Catch Can- Wrestler, from World's Champions, Second Series (N43) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes

Edwin Bibby, Catch as Catch Can- Wrestler, from World's Champions, Second Series (N43) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes

Resting

Resting

[Salmon fishing on Columbia River, Ore.: "coming in with the catch" (small boats)]

[Salmon fishing on Columbia River, Ore.: "coming in with the catch" (small boats)]

[Salmon fishing on Columbia River, Ore.: 10 fishermen posed with net and catch]

[Salmon fishing on Columbia River, Ore.: 10 fishermen posed with net and catch]

A Catch of Yellow Tail, Avalon, Santa Catalina, Calif.

A Catch of Yellow Tail, Avalon, Santa Catalina, Calif.

Five Ton Catch of Albacore, Avalon, Santa Catalina, Calif.

Five Ton Catch of Albacore, Avalon, Santa Catalina, Calif.

World's Record Catch of Sea Bass, Santa Catalina, Calif.

World's Record Catch of Sea Bass, Santa Catalina, Calif.

A Day's Catch, Miami, Fla.

A Day's Catch, Miami, Fla.

Weighing up a Catch, Gloucester, Mass.

Weighing up a Catch, Gloucester, Mass.

Weighing up the Catch, Gloucester, Mass.

Weighing up the Catch, Gloucester, Mass.

Weighing up the catch, Gloucester, Mass.

Weighing up the catch, Gloucester, Mass.

Marines of Co. M, 3rd Bn., 7th Marine Regt., Move Out to Catch a Chopper Moving Troops to a New Area to Search Out NVAs that Were Seen in that Region

Marines of Co. M, 3rd Bn., 7th Marine Regt., Move Out to Catch a Chopper Moving Troops to a New Area to Search Out NVAs that Were Seen in that Region

"Catch me Tom!"

"Catch me Tom!"

A Day's Catch at Big Lagoon

A Day's Catch at Big Lagoon

Fishermen on the pier at Downings, Co. Donegal

Fishermen on the pier at Downings, Co. Donegal

Making a catch

Making a catch

Homeward bound with the catch

Homeward bound with the catch

Hard to Catch

Hard to Catch

Carmel and Haifa. Part of the catch. Fisherman removing the catch

Carmel and Haifa. Part of the catch. Fisherman removing the catch

Fulton Market celebrates big mackrel haul; weighing the catch at Fulton Market / World Telegram & Sun photo.

Fulton Market celebrates big mackrel haul; weighing the catch at Fulton Market / World Telegram & Sun photo.

Photograph of a Fish Catch in Delta, Wisconsin

Photograph of a Fish Catch in Delta, Wisconsin

Trout flown to President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., May 21. Erdorn W. Wood, 57 year old sportsman went to Mystery Pond, New Hampshire, swished 29 trout from its 75-foot dept and started to Washington and President Roosevelt with the catch. His newly constructed glass-bottomed boat drifted on the pond during a rain storm, while Wood, depending solely on fly-casting, hooked the Presidential meal. The trout measured from 9 to 16 inches. Left to right: Spencer Treherne, the pilot; Marvin McIntyre, Secretary to the President who received the fish for the President; and Erdorn Wood, the fisherman, 5/21/1937

Trout flown to President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., May 21. Erdorn W. Wood, 57 year old sportsman went to Mystery Pond, New Hampshire, swished 29 trout from its 75-foot dept and started to Washington and President Roosevelt with the catch. His newly constructed glass-bottomed boat drifted on the pond during a rain storm, while Wood, depending solely on fly-casting, hooked the Presidential meal. The trout measured from 9 to 16 inches. Left to right: Spencer Treherne, the pilot; Marvin McIntyre, Secretary to the President who received the fish for the President; and Erdorn Wood, the fisherman, 5/21/1937

In the cabin of the Beatrice S., a beam-trawler which was one of a considerable fleet that fished out of Provincetown as late as '37. Today there is a mere handful of these boats left. Their practice is at sea, wherever the water is shallow enough to allow the nets to drag until a catch is made, sometimes several days. This cabin is the living, dining, bedroom and kitchen. Provincetown, Massachusetts

In the cabin of the Beatrice S., a beam-trawler which was one of a considerable fleet that fished out of Provincetown as late as '37. Today there is a mere handful of these boats left. Their practice is at sea, wherever the water is shallow enough to allow the nets to drag until a catch is made, sometimes several days. This cabin is the living, dining, bedroom and kitchen. Provincetown, Massachusetts

Photograph of Four Boys from F-18 Gathered Around a Catch of About 50 Rabbits and a Porcupine

Photograph of Four Boys from F-18 Gathered Around a Catch of About 50 Rabbits and a Porcupine

Photograph of Two Fishermen and Their Catch of Northern and Wall-Eyed Pike

Photograph of Two Fishermen and Their Catch of Northern and Wall-Eyed Pike

Norwegian fishermen in Scotland hauling in a catch

Norwegian fishermen in Scotland hauling in a catch

A catch of fish, Pine Grove Mills, Pennsylvania

A catch of fish, Pine Grove Mills, Pennsylvania

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Crew members throw overboard excess ice from "Old Glory's" hold. Fishermen allow a proportion of one ton of ice to three tons of fish. When the catch is unusually large, as on this trip, some ice is removed to make room for the fish

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Crew members throw overboard excess ice from "Old Glory's" hold. Fishermen allow a proportion of one ton of ice to three tons of fish. When the catch is unusually large, as on this trip, some ice is removed to make room for the fish

The catch aboard a Portuguese dory off Cape Cod, Massachusetts

The catch aboard a Portuguese dory off Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Victory food from American waters. Decks are convered with tons of rosefish as the Old Glory reaches its capacity load. After two and one half days of fishing, a catch of 85,000 pounds has been hauled in

Victory food from American waters. Decks are convered with tons of rosefish as the Old Glory reaches its capacity load. After two and one half days of fishing, a catch of 85,000 pounds has been hauled in

Victory food from American waters. The crew of Old Glory pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment

Victory food from American waters. The crew of Old Glory pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The crew of "Old Glory" pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment. Of the total packs in the United States, 60 percent of the salmon and 80 percent of the sardine and mackerel are consumed by the armed forces here and abroad

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The crew of "Old Glory" pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment. Of the total packs in the United States, 60 percent of the salmon and 80 percent of the sardine and mackerel are consumed by the armed forces here and abroad

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler, fishing off Cape Cod. Pitching the catch into metal baskets, to be lowered into the hold for icing

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler, fishing off Cape Cod. Pitching the catch into metal baskets, to be lowered into the hold for icing

Victory food from American waters. Crew members throw overboard excess ice from Old Glory's hold. Fishmen allow a proportion of one ton of ice to three tons of fish. When the catch is unusually large as on this trip, some ice is removed to make room for the fish

Victory food from American waters. Crew members throw overboard excess ice from Old Glory's hold. Fishmen allow a proportion of one ton of ice to three tons of fish. When the catch is unusually large as on this trip, some ice is removed to make room for the fish

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler, fishing off Cape Cod. Pitching the catch into metal baskets, to be lowered into the hold for icing

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler, fishing off Cape Cod. Pitching the catch into metal baskets, to be lowered into the hold for icing

The catch aboard a Portuguese dory off Cape Cod, Massachusetts

The catch aboard a Portuguese dory off Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Decks are covered with tons of rosefish as the "Old Glory" reaches its capacity load. After two and one half days of fishing, a catch of 85,000 pounds has been hauled in

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Decks are covered with tons of rosefish as the "Old Glory" reaches its capacity load. After two and one half days of fishing, a catch of 85,000 pounds has been hauled in

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The crew of "Old Glory" pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment. Of the total packs in the United States, sixty percent of the salmon and eighty percent of the sardine and macherel are consumed by the armed forces here and abroad

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The crew of "Old Glory" pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment. Of the total packs in the United States, sixty percent of the salmon and eighty percent of the sardine and macherel are consumed by the armed forces here and abroad

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler, fishing off Cape Cod. The catch of a haul

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler, fishing off Cape Cod. The catch of a haul

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Decks are covered with tons of rosefish as the "Old Glory" reaches its capacity load. After two and one half days of fishing, a catch of 85,000 pounds has been hauled in

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Decks are covered with tons of rosefish as the "Old Glory" reaches its capacity load. After two and one half days of fishing, a catch of 85,000 pounds has been hauled in

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler off Cape Cod. After unmarketable fish have been thrown overboard, the catch is washed down with saltwater and iced in the hold

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler off Cape Cod. After unmarketable fish have been thrown overboard, the catch is washed down with saltwater and iced in the hold

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler, fishing off Cape Cod. Pitching the catch into metal baskets, to be lowered into the hold for icing

Provincetown, Massachusetts. Aboard the Frances and Marion, a Portuguese drag trawler, fishing off Cape Cod. Pitching the catch into metal baskets, to be lowered into the hold for icing

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Crew members throw overboard excess ice from the "Old Glory's" hold. Fishermen allow a proportion of the one ton of ice to three tons of fish. When the catch is unusally large, as on this trip, some ice is removed to make room for the fish

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Crew members throw overboard excess ice from the "Old Glory's" hold. Fishermen allow a proportion of the one ton of ice to three tons of fish. When the catch is unusally large, as on this trip, some ice is removed to make room for the fish

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The crew of "Old Glory"pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment. Of the total packs in the United States, 60 percent of the salmon and 80 percent of the sardine and mackerel are consumed by the armed forces here and abroad

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The crew of "Old Glory"pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment. Of the total packs in the United States, 60 percent of the salmon and 80 percent of the sardine and mackerel are consumed by the armed forces here and abroad

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Crew members throw overboard excess ice from "Old Glory's" hold. Fishermen allow a proportion of one ton of ice to three tons of fish. When the catch is unusally large, as on this trip, some ice is removed to make room for the fish

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Crew members throw overboard excess ice from "Old Glory's" hold. Fishermen allow a proportion of one ton of ice to three tons of fish. When the catch is unusally large, as on this trip, some ice is removed to make room for the fish

On board the Alden out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Men lashing the seining boat to the side of the big ship, while another pumps all the water from the boat floor. This finished, they were ready to start for home with a catch of 70,000 pounds of mackerel

On board the Alden out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Men lashing the seining boat to the side of the big ship, while another pumps all the water from the boat floor. This finished, they were ready to start for home with a catch of 70,000 pounds of mackerel

On board the fishing boat Alden, out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Fishermen pulling in their net, in which they hope to have trapped a school of mackerel. The big boat stands by ready to go alongside and receive the catch on her docks

On board the fishing boat Alden, out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Fishermen pulling in their net, in which they hope to have trapped a school of mackerel. The big boat stands by ready to go alongside and receive the catch on her docks

On board the fishing boat Alden, out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Fishermen pulling in their net, in which they hope to have trapped a school of mackerel. The big boat stands by ready to go alongside and receive the catch on her decks

On board the fishing boat Alden, out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Fishermen pulling in their net, in which they hope to have trapped a school of mackerel. The big boat stands by ready to go alongside and receive the catch on her decks

"Catch on to a Good Idea" - Yogi Berra

"Catch on to a Good Idea" - Yogi Berra

Photograph of a Fisherman with His Catch

Photograph of a Fisherman with His Catch

Seagulls

Seagulls

Emptying Catch

Emptying Catch

Artwork: "Catch the Spirit" Artist: Katherine Metz

Artwork: "Catch the Spirit" Artist: Katherine Metz

Sgt. Susan M. Cline, 833rd Security Police Squadron, combat arms training and maintenance specialist, uses a training aid to demonstrate the catch bolt movement when loading an M-16 rifle

Sgt. Susan M. Cline, 833rd Security Police Squadron, combat arms training and maintenance specialist, uses a training aid to demonstrate the catch bolt movement when loading an M-16 rifle

Near Launch Pad 39-B, the STS-95 crew members respond to questions about the mission and training from reporters during a brief break from the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT). From left they are Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski, Mission Specialist Stephen K. Robinson, who also serves as Payload Commander, Pilot Steven W. Lindsey, Mission Commander Curtis L. Brown, Mission Specialist Pedro Duque of Spain, representing the European Space Agency (ESA), Payload Specialist Chiaki Mukai, representing the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA), and Payload Specialist John H. Glenn Jr., senator from Ohio, holding a microphone. The crew were at the pad for emergency egress training after the break. Behind them are the catch nets for the slidewire baskets that are used in emergency egress. The TCDT also involves mission familiarization activities and a simulated main engine cut-off exercise. The STS-95 mission, targeted for liftoff on Oct. 29, includes research payloads such as the Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbital Systems Test Platform, the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, as well as the SPACEHAB single module with experiments on space flight and the aging process. Following the TCDT, the crew will be returning to Houston for final flight preparations KSC-98pc1268

Near Launch Pad 39-B, the STS-95 crew members respond to questions about the mission and training from reporters during a brief break from the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT). From left they are Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski, Mission Specialist Stephen K. Robinson, who also serves as Payload Commander, Pilot Steven W. Lindsey, Mission Commander Curtis L. Brown, Mission Specialist Pedro Duque of Spain, representing the European Space Agency (ESA), Payload Specialist Chiaki Mukai, representing the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA), and Payload Specialist John H. Glenn Jr., senator from Ohio, holding a microphone. The crew were at the pad for emergency egress training after the break. Behind them are the catch nets for the slidewire baskets that are used in emergency egress. The TCDT also involves mission familiarization activities and a simulated main engine cut-off exercise. The STS-95 mission, targeted for liftoff on Oct. 29, includes research payloads such as the Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbital Systems Test Platform, the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, as well as the SPACEHAB single module with experiments on space flight and the aging process. Following the TCDT, the crew will be returning to Houston for final flight preparations KSC-98pc1268

In front of the bunker near Launch Pad 39-B, the STS-95 crew members (at left) respond to questions about the mission and training from 106 reporters and photographers during a brief break from the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT). From left they are Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski, Mission Specialist Stephen K. Robinson, who also serves as Payload Commander, Pilot Steven W. Lindsey, Mission Commander Curtis L. Brown, Mission Specialist Pedro Duque of Spain, representing the European Space Agency (ESA), Payload Specialist Chiaki Mukai, representing the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA), and Payload Specialist John H. Glenn Jr., senator from Ohio, holding a microphone. The crew were at the pad for emergency egress training after the break. Above them are the slidewires leading to the catch nets for the baskets that are used in emergency egress. The TCDT also involves mission familiarization activities and a simulated main engine cut-off exercise. The STS-95 mission, targeted for liftoff on Oct. 29, includes research payloads such as the Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbital Systems Test Platform, the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, as well as the SPACEHAB single module with experiments on space flight and the aging process. Following the TCDT, the crew will be returning to Houston for final flight preparations KSC-98pc1267

In front of the bunker near Launch Pad 39-B, the STS-95 crew members (at left) respond to questions about the mission and training from 106 reporters and photographers during a brief break from the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT). From left they are Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski, Mission Specialist Stephen K. Robinson, who also serves as Payload Commander, Pilot Steven W. Lindsey, Mission Commander Curtis L. Brown, Mission Specialist Pedro Duque of Spain, representing the European Space Agency (ESA), Payload Specialist Chiaki Mukai, representing the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA), and Payload Specialist John H. Glenn Jr., senator from Ohio, holding a microphone. The crew were at the pad for emergency egress training after the break. Above them are the slidewires leading to the catch nets for the baskets that are used in emergency egress. The TCDT also involves mission familiarization activities and a simulated main engine cut-off exercise. The STS-95 mission, targeted for liftoff on Oct. 29, includes research payloads such as the Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbital Systems Test Platform, the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, as well as the SPACEHAB single module with experiments on space flight and the aging process. Following the TCDT, the crew will be returning to Houston for final flight preparations KSC-98pc1267