Photostory #93: The Tommycod are Running
National Film Board of Canada
February 19, 1957
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives
Cabins are carted to the ice village by a variety of means. Modern prefabricated ones are brought in by car, quickly assembled on the spot, where for a couple of dollars the local ice-cutter will slit a trench through the 2-foot ice. Veteran fisherman haul in over 1200 tommycod in a single night.