Tag Archives: Joel Woods

Lobster season’s assessment: ‘normal’ with good eating ahead

A recent Associated Press story citing a slower-than-usual lobster harvest in Maine. Executive Editor Rod Doherty asked if I was interested in doing a comparison piece about our New Hampshire lobster catch. I giggled and thought, “Rod you’ve come to the right place.” Read the rest here 08:30

Staying Alive In The World’s Most Dangerous Job w/ Joel Woods – Photo article by John Johnson

osprey herring munchCommercial fishing is the world’s most dangerous job. Even with all of the advances in safety equipment and modern weather prediction the chances of a fisherman being injured or killed still remain very high. Life at sea on a fishing vessel can be  very unpredictable,,,Read more here  John Johnson is a featured writer at fisherynation.com. Comments are welcome. 11:05