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Natives selling fresh and smoked fish in Richland Friday and Saturday

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RICHLAND, Wash. -- Some exciting news for sea food lovers, due to popular demand, several members of the Mid-Columbia Tribes are selling fresh and smoked fish in Richland Friday and Saturday until supplies last.

Susanna Lumley, aka "Sock-Eye Suzy" is part of the Yakima Nation, and she set up her fish truck and coolers at Columbia Point. She's selling everything from whole fish to cut up fillets, to smoked jerky and canned fish. They have Chinook and Coho salmon, steelhead, canned sturgeon. Her prices range from$6-$10 a pound.

"We have a lot of customers that are from the Tri-Cities and they have to come down to us. So we decided since there were so many of them to try and come down here," says Lumley who is here from Roosevelt, where they have a fishing site set up near the Reservation.

The natives have 31 fishing sites that are part of the Mid Columbia Tribes. For more information on how to get some of their fish, call 1-888-289-1855

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