Dutch Harbor is where many of the ships that fish the Bering Sea could wait out the coming storm triggered by Typhoon Nuri.

So far, crews there say they’re not too worried.

Thursday, the crew of the “Commitment” was in the new harbor unloading its latest catch– 20,000 pounds of cod. They typically head out to sea for three days at a time.

Fishermen say high winds in the winter are normal, and purchasers say they hope the boats they depend on for fish make it back into the harbor before the seas get too bad.

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