We should be proud of our fisherman but misguided rules mean it’s a dying trade – Caught in the EU’s net

Cara Rawdon, the son of a publican in nearby Moville, was drawn to Greencastle’s trawlers when he left school. “I came to the harbour looking for a job. The fishermen were the only ones making money then. There were 42 trawlers in Greencastle when I got my first boat, the Twilight Star, a 56ft timber boat, in 1981. It cost £32,000, with a deposit of £8,000 and an interest rate of 21 per cent on the rest.” Read the rest here 20:51

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