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This guy takes a mean photo and tells a Hell of a story. Chris Miller, Juneau, Alaska

photo-Chris Miller

When we started fisherynation.com, one of the early posts was about Chris Miller and his photo-journalism. I was poking around and ran into his blog again, and I couldn’t help but feel the need to share it with you. This guy is an artist. If you like fishing photos, you’ll love these! BH  http://csmphotos.wordpress.com/

Bering Sea Opies and the reality of the Deadliest Catch….Chris Miller

When I started fishing at the age of seventeen, I remember hearing stories from other fishermen about two fabled Alaskan fisheries: Bristol Bay gillnetting and Bering Sea crabbing.  The huge waves, back breaking work, insanely long chris millerhours, weeks at-sea, and the crazy characters that the fisheries attract.  I heard many first-hand, second-hand, and no doubt completely made up stories of fortunes earned and lost, feats of strength, and freak storms taking all hands aboard……….. What an excellent read, and some exceptional photography! Read more, and click his link’s!