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As a member of a multi-generational trap fishing family, Corey Forrest carried her children in Baby Bjorns and backpacks as she sorted fish, tied knots and pulled lines. She raised her kids amidst a proud heritage that’s now the last of its kind in Rhode Island. For four generations, Forrest’s family has skillfully maintained their traditional, hand-hauling trap fishing methods with a deep reverence for the natural world. Using decades-old equipment and grappling with the inherent economic hardships of her trade, Forrest is hopeful that she’ll be able to sustain her family’s uncommon and purposeful way of life.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    11 minutes
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Colorado Premiere
  • Director
    Hudson Lines