Hundreds braved the rain at Fishermen’s Terminal to celebrate the return of the North Pacific fishing fleet at the annual Fishermen’s Fall Festival.
One of the most popular events is the wild salmon filet challenge.
These guys are fast. The salmon, by the way, went straight on the BBQ. Yum. Other attractions included live music, demonstrations, a trout pond, oyster art, fish prints and face painting for the kids.
Kids could also build their own wooden boat. What could be cooler than that?
J.P. Patches, perhaps? Due to the rain, the turnout looked a little lower than average, but great fun was had by all.