The fishing industry in Monterey Bay once defined our stretch of the Central Coast.

Today, from harbors in Santa Cruz, Moss Landing and Monterey, fishermen and women still ply their trade, but in increasingly difficult environments and under regulations intended to protect declining fish populations – especially salmon.

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