Facing a Dying Industry, Two Young New Hampshire Fishermen Head Out Anyway

It’s a feeling many in today’s economy can relate to: starting out in a career is just harder than it used to be. One group that’s very familiar with that idea is commercial fishermen. In New Hampshire, dozens of boats used to head out every morning to fish for cod and haddock. Today that number is down to just a handful. For our series The Balance, which looks at the cost of living in New Hampshire, Jason Moon tells us about two young fishermen who, in spite of the odds, are trying to live a vision of an iconic New England profession. >click here to read< 08:40

One Response to Facing a Dying Industry, Two Young New Hampshire Fishermen Head Out Anyway

  1. Andy Hendricks says:

    Good luck to you guys..I tried and falled.. over regulation killing everyone

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