Morro Bay: Life on the wide, blue water – Bill Blue makes his living catching crab and cod out of Morro Bay

Bill Blue, Morro BayBill Blue has fished for 40 years out of Morro Bay, and his career is far from over. The 58-year-old Morro Bay resident and owner of the Brita Michelle docks along the Embarcadero near Beach Street and makes his living catching Dungeness crab and black cod. “I love being out on the water,” Read more here 13:15

2 Responses to Morro Bay: Life on the wide, blue water – Bill Blue makes his living catching crab and cod out of Morro Bay

  1. Theo P. Neustic says:

    Just more PR BS from the Nature Conservancy. They ruined the fishing business in Morro bay and then they came in and “resurrected” it with their plan which doesn’t really work. They think if they keep pushing enough articles into the local and national fish wraps, that it will somehow suddenly be a viable plan. Their latest plan is an attempt to lower the quotas for all user groups so that those who were previously not beholding to them, will then HAVE to lease quota share from the TNC. That’s how the roll, they stab you to near death and then they come in and “save” you as they turn you into one of their share croppers.

    • borehead says:

      You’re right on the ENGO money, Theo. NatCon is as dangerous as ever now that they’ve “partnered” with JP Morgan forming NatureVest.
      How screwed up is that?
      With a base of supporters that despise the 1%, the parasitic ENGO crawls into the rack with them.
      I get pissed off every time I hear about some poor bastard that’s forced to sell out by the ENGO controlled NOAA, and NatCon being the buyer.
      I keep throwing stones.
      Your description of Morro Bay is right on.
      Thanks for the informed comment, and please, use this place for telling people the truth. We need that.

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