shell shockedBay Area residents could enjoy Dungeness crab for half the year, if it weren’t for big businesses squeezing out local fishermen and shipping much of the crab elsewhere. I was here to fish — for Dungeness crab with a small-boat operator who supplies crab for East Bay markets and eateries. The harbor was lined with row after row of commercial fishing boats with names that were, variously, punny and sweetly earnest: Lost Claws. Lulu. The Out Cast. Pro Fishin’t. Stacy Jeanne. Read the rest here 14:01

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