National Fisherman

With intermittent summer days on the coast, the weather isn't always conducive for fishermen in Half Moon Bay's Princeton Harbor. But when the skies clear and provide spurts of calm, the public is sure to have direct access to off-the-boat salmon sales.

Three-and-a-half weeks ago, Jim Anderson, commercial salmon and crab fisherman and captain of the Allaine, said the fish hadn't bitten that good since 2005. Between 200,000 to 300,000 pounds of fish were caught that week from the Farallon Islands in San Francisco down to Pigeon Point south of Pescadero, Anderson said.

Not only were the fishermen excited by their success, but the public and those who traveled to the harbor were as well. This influx of catchable salmon allowed families to walk up to boats such as the Allaine and buy fish as fresh as two days old.

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