Herring harvest: Inside the last commercial fishery in San Francisco Bay

SAN FRANCISCO BAY — Dennis Deaver was doing his taxes late at night at home in Alamo when he got an urgent call. It was time to hunt in San Francisco Bay. The herring were running. A school of the silvery fish had followed the tide in and were slathering millions of their tiny golden eggs in shallow waters near Tiburon. In days, maybe even hours, the fish would disappear back into the ocean Read more here

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