a fish basket
Navajo did not fish in traditional times. Eating fish and most water animals or birds was taboo. There are 300,000 Navajo today so some fish and some do not.
A wire basket used to hold fish in after being caught.
'Basket Fish Trap' appears to be, generally, the most common name.
cradle of fish
A fisherman's wicker basket is called a creel.
It was taboo to eat fish or other water animals so there were no Navajo fishermen in the past. Now some people fish.
No, traditionally, eating fish was taboo to Navajos.
Traditionally eating fish and water animals and water birds was taboo. So they did not fish.