Tag Archives: commercial fishing business

Gregory Mayhew has passed away

Gregory Mayhew, 72, died peacefully at his home in West Tisbury on Wednesday evening, April 11, enveloped by the love of his family. Greg battled chronic illness for many years, although this was rarely apparent, due to his ready smile and upbeat nature. Gregory was born Sept. 19, 1945, at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. He was the third of Benjamin C. Mayhew Jr. and Eileen (Sullivan) Mayhew’s five children.,, Fishing was in Greg’s blood from birth, and was a family affair. >click to read<16:30

Fishing Vessel Nite Owl was from Golden Meadow

HoumaToday – As he mourns the loss of a close friend claimed by the Gulf of Mexico, Golden Meadow fisherman Larry Moore said he won’t return to the commercial fishing business. Moore owned the Nite Owl, a fishing boat that sank Friday in the Gulf. Four of its five crew members are presumed dead. “To all the families of the guys that are gone, if I could trade places with any one of them, I would,” Moore said. continued

Fort Pierce commercial fishing business concerned city giving competition an unfair advantage

FORT PIERCE — A commercial fishing business owner says the city shouldn’t use public resources for a private enterprise that would benefit a few and give his competition an unfair advantage, especially when he’s working on a similar project. Day Boat’s project includes replacing the current docks with 50 new boat slips, building a new seawall, adding new utilities, expanding the processing and refrigeration facility, creating a new fueling system for commercial boats and the public, and reconstructing the existing buildings. Read more