Voices from the changing nature of the fishing industry

CBC’s Daybreak North examined the state of the fishery on the north coast this week, by talking with those that have lived their lives on the waters.

Daybreak’s Carolina de Ryk, stopped in at Pacific Net and Twine where fish stories have been traded in for stories of frustration and laments for a way of life that seems to be passing the North coast by now.

Pacific Net and Twine seems to be the place where the rumours get tossed around, what DFO has planned, why the stocks are so perilously low at times and how the corporate fishing industry has squeezed out the small fishermen…

from  the blog a town called podunk,  click on the link below to see the entire article atowncalledpodunk.blogspot.com/2 … 2476191737 ) –

My husband fishes on and off all year.  And doesn’t make much money.  It totally sucks.