It looks like the tender service is being pulled on Friday and that would be our last day. We are scratching pretty hard – struggling to get 2500 pounds a day…
There’s a lot of talk about run failure on the radio. The Nush isn’t producing, Egegik is shut down right now, Naknek… well there is no real information.
Today we got a call from our fishing partner the Shodan. They were at the North Line with their gear caught in their prop and drifting into the shore break.
Today we ran aground in Dago Creek. Because of the big tidal oscillations, it’s easy to miss the channel into or out of the creek.
This year I forgot to bring up my usual stack of New Yorkers to read. So I made a desperate early season grab around Dillingham
Before the season started I was interviewed for a blog called. ChefNews is a food blog that focuses on green and sustainability issues.
Arriving in Ugashik we drop the hook near the northern boundary of the district and wait for first light. It is here that we make our first set of the season.
June 15, 2010. Things are ramping up for us as we are hoping to catch a weather window and run to Ugashik.