Photographic portrait of a man on a boat holding up his stringer with a caught fish, ca.1930. The man, entirely dressed in light-colored clothes, is standing by the edge of a boat holding up a stringer with both hands. He appears to be pulling the stringer upwards in order to take the caught fish out of the water. Four additional fish are visible caught in the stringer, three of these can be seen almost parallel to the standing man and the last one is viewable next to the man's feet. In the left corner of the foreground, a fishing reel is visible attached to the rail along the side of the boat and, to his right, another one is visible behind the man. The ocean is observable on the left extending towards the horizon.