Fisher Lives, Fisher Wives, And Fisher Lies

We have all weathered severe storms at sea, but many fishermen find the biggest storms are the ones we find in our personal lives. I'm not going into personal details, but 2014 was a tough year for me. When life isn't really going your way, change is usually the best solution. I've decided to skip fishing in Alaska this year and continue fishing in California for squid. Change is good! That's exactly what I want from this site. I have grown bored of the usual postings on this site and I'm looking to freshen up the site with more unique stories and content. I'm looking for any suggestions or even guest bloggers that would like to share their own commercial fishing stories with our viewers. I'm also planning a new podcast coming up in 2015, called “DockTalk” and it will be a weekly podcast that focuses on recent news stories and seafood market information. I appreciate your continued support and interest in this internet endeavor and I'm excited to bring a new fresh approach to commercial fishing news.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Fisher Lives, Fisher Wives, And Fisher Lies”

  1. Sorry to hear it’s been a rough one, Dave. Wishing you all the best.

    “In the space between chaos and shape there was another chance.”
    ― Jeanette Winterson

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