Shads are caught in the rivers of North America and sent to salting and barrelling sheds.
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North America. (USA).
M/S of shads (also known as alewives) swimming in streams. M/S's of bridges and pools where the fish can rest on their way to spawning ground. M/S as the fish try and swim against the torrents. M/S of men with big nets catching the fish and putting them onto dry land. They are then shovelled into a sluice which goes to salting and barrelling sheds, M/S as a barrel full is rolled away.
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