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crewshots2Take a look at our last seven crew shots covers and see if you spot and familiar names, boats or places.

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2013 - Off Small Point, Maine, Greg Gilliam, Clint Wallace, Eric Wallace, Brett Gilliam, and Dave Wallace Jr. load fish from their  mackerel pound into a dory boat. They use lobster boats to haul the dory out to the pound.


 

 

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2012 - Paul Kuncho and Daniel Goethel fishing for whiting (silver hake) southwest of the Isles of Shoals on the 44-foot Ellen Diane, a stern trawler out of Hampton, N.H. One 45-minute tow yields 101 boxes (10,000 pounds) of herring, silver hake and red hake.


 

 

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2011 - Aaron Blastow (left) and Sean White. The vessel is the Carol Coles, an off-shore lobster boat out of Portsmouth, N.H.


 

 

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2010 - Top row, from left:
The Wallace family: Clint, Eric, Granville Jr., Dudley and Granville Sr. on the Captain Zack, Phippsburg, Maine.

Bill Doherty and Mike Kohler on the Ishmael, Hingham, Mass.

Gavin Maxwell, Brad Erickson and Jason Gradt on the Tokeland, Willapa Bay, Wash.

Middle row:
Lee Kopenhefer on the Olinka, San Francisco

Sara Arnette and J. Baumann on the Blackjack, Port Canaveral, Fla.

Bottom row:
Andy Herbert and Michael Aiello on the Lauri Lyn, Naknek, Alaska

Danny Foreman on the Gulfstream 1, Carolina Beach, N.C.

Randy Freese, Kody Kellison, Eric Bohannon and Ken Noble on the Alsea, Seattle


 

 

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2009 - Top row from left:

Bobbie McNeley, Jack Nelson and Jenny Johnson on the I Sweetie, Nelson Lagoon, Alaska

David Floyd and Scott Floyd, Pascagoula, Miss.

Philip Ruhle III on the Sea Breeze, Newport, R.I.

Middle row:
Justin Jones and Garret Donovick on the Contender, Coos Bay, Ore.

Kevin Sweet and Chris White on the Mary Baker, Kittery Point, Maine

Bottom row:

Max Hames on the Karen II, Nushagak River, Alaska

I.D. Midgett Sr. and I.D. Midgett Jr. on the Miss Bertie, Salvo, N.C.

Chris Petersen and Alan Petersen on the Maggie Lynn, Muskegon, Mich.


 

 

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2008Top row, from left:

Nellie and Jem Pedicord on the F/V Littleton, Cordova, Alaska

“Cousin Matt” Damigella on the F/V Mary Baker, Asia Rip, Mass.

Bobby Maki on the F/V Terri Sue, Shinnecock, N.Y.

Middle row:
Capt. Jonathan Bunce, F/V Bridget Leigh Rye, N.H.

Evan, Adam and Hanna Peterman on the F/V Iver P. Nore, Noyes Island, Alaska

Bottom row:

Sophie O’Connell on the F/V Kathy Ann, Bristol Bay, Alaska

Keith Edens, Ray Edens, Jake Reddernick, Mark Edens on the F/V Lady Kay, Valdez Arm, Alaska

Edward Beam and son Bradey on the F/V Cohorona, Sitka, Alaska


 

 

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2007 - Top row, from left:
Lynn Guitard, Aaron Ficek and “barn door” on the F/V Seahawk, Dutch Harbor, Alaska

Tom Stickel on the F/V Regina, Morro Bay, Calif.

Alyssa Erikson on the F/V Harvest Moon, Gloucester, Mass.

Bottom row:

Laurrie “Dickie-Bird” Wickens and Al Henneberry on the F/V Dream Warrior,
East Jeddore, Nova Scotia

Scott Mitchell, 10, and Mike Kohler on the F/V Ishmael, Hingham, Mass.
  

 

 

 

 

Inside the Industry

NOAA recently published a proposed rule that would implement a traceability plan to help combat IUU fishing. The program would seek to trace the origins of imported seafood by setting up reporting and filing procedures for products entering the U.S.

The traceability program would collect data on harvest, landing, and chain of custody of fish and fish products that have been identified as particularly vulnerable to IUU fishing and fraud.

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The following was released by the Maine Department of Marine Resources on Jan. 22:

The Maine Department of Marine Resources announced an emergency regulation that will support the continued rebuilding effort in Maine’s scallop fishery. The rule, effective January 23, 2016, will close the Muscle Ridge Area near South Thomaston and the Western Penobscot Bay Area.

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