In Ocean City, these fishermen still hold tightly to the industry that shaped the town

The commercial harbor here was buzzing the way it rarely does anymore, the 50-foot Sea Born unloading more than 8,000 pounds of fish after a week at sea. The crew never seemed to stop moving — lifting barrels, shoveling mounds of ice into containers, weighing and grading the fish that sometimes ends up as sushi in New York City and even Japan. But the industry that started it all continues to gradually disappear. Capt. Kerry Harrington, 59, is one of only a handful of local commercial fishermen still holding on despite tighter regulations, rising expenses and shrinking quotas and territory. Read the rest here 08:54

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