Fish hook. Winter fishing through holes chopped in the ice was often done by jigging. A bright lure - in this case a short string of beads - attached near the hook attracted the fish. It was moved up and down by jerking the short rod. A fish, attempting to bite the lure, was impaled in the mouth by the hook. Culture: Eskimo. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Smithsonian Institution, Washington . Location: 13.
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