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On the Fisheries Broadcast @ 16:30 today, NH Groundfisherman David Goethel

mza_1601165783653993600_255x255-75Jamie Baker and Dave discusses the Gulf of Maine cod situation. Click here for the link. At the top, click Listen, then click listen live, Radio One, St. Johns.  It should be interesting! 14:09

After a noted absence, Jamie Baker returns to the Fisheries Broadcast!

mza_1601165783653993600_255x255-75We don’t know where he’s been, we don’t know what he’s been up to, but Jamie Baker takes his place back at the Fisheries Broadcast, Canada’s longest running radio show. He can be heard @ 18:00 St. Johns time, which is 16:30 Eastern. Click this link, click listen on the header, and choose Radio One, St Johns. I’m ready!  14:43

Tonight On the Fisheries Broadcast, Fisherynation.com

mza_1601165783653993600_255x255-75Jamie Baker of the Fisheries Broadcast interviews Fisherynation.com. 17:30, 16:00 eastern. Link I’m nervous!  14:02

The Fisheries Broadcast: Fishermen are VERY concerned about the influx of Cod and increased predation of Crab and Shrimp in Newfoundland

radio-microphoneSigns of decline in shellfish has a voice from the past sounding the alarm, about the fishery of the future. Listen

Stepping Away – Furlong | Blunt truths I learned at The Broadcast – Loved every second of it

photo_1376872_resizeIt was April 11th, 2005. The theme rolled, the red light went on,,,, I’ve learned so many things about our province and the fishery through The Broadcast. And I’ve loved every second of it. I loved the passion of fishermen like Leo Seymour in Harbour Round and Conway Caines in Port Saunders, the pluck of people like Mildred Skinner in Harbour Breton and David Cassell in Roddickton, and the rich accents of people like John Hewitt in Trepassey and Emma Hay in Nain. The wisdom of Jack Troake in Twillingate always made me smile, and the observers like Gus Etchegary always kept it interesting. [email protected]