Fishermen's News - The Advocate for the Commercial Fisherman

Articles from the July 1, 2020 edition

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Winds of Change

The commercial fishing industry has seen dramatic events in the last 75 years, and during that time, Fishermen’s News has been around to document and report those changes. One of the most important...

 

Copper River Fishery Off to Slow Start

Copper River Fishery Off to Slow Start Commercial harvests of Copper River salmon got off to a cool, rainy start in mid-May, with two of the first five openers closed down and the combined harvest of...

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    July 1, 2020 

49-foot Crabber Fits the Bill for Crescent City Fisherman

Robert Wakefield began fishing out of Crescent City on the northern California coast in 1977 and soon decided he wanted a boat of his own. By 1979, he had become the owner of a small wooden boat, and...

 
 By Mark Edward Nero    Features    July 1, 2020 

Vessel Profile: Aliotti Boats

As someone who has fished Bristol Bay for well over three decades, Tom Aliotti not only knows what he wants in a boat, he also knows what fishermen want. And using this knowledge, longtime boat builde...

 
 By Mark Edward Nero    Features    July 1, 2020 

Marine Propulsion Technology: What's New and Emerging in 2020

The business of modernizing equipment that has become outdated over time is constantly evolving, with companies around the world continuously looking for ways to improve boat engines and ancillary...

 

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