Spear Fishing


By Finn Ryan | May 14, 2014

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The Ojibwe have spearfished for centuries, traditionally at night. Jason Bisonette of the Lac Courte Orielles Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe learned to spearfish as a child. He continues to fish for his community and his heritage.

Finn Ryan

Finn Ryan is an independent producer and director. His work can be viewed at finnryan.com.
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