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So why were those Soviet boats fishing off Washington?

The short answer is that the U.S. State Department wanted them to. Or, more precisely, the Departments of State and Defense did not want to do anything to prevent Soviet boats from fishing off both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts … Continue reading

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The Day Fishing Changed for American Fishermen

I’ve written a lot about the development of fishing for rosefish (or redfish, or Pacific Ocean Perch) along the West Coast after World War II. Starting in 1945, fishermen like Captain Gordon White out of Newport started fishing in deeper … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental History, Fisherie subsidies, Fisheries policy, Fishing, History of Science, Marine Policy, Maritime History, Ocean fishing, Overfishing, Pacific Fishing History Project, Resources About Fishing, Rosefish, Sebastes rockfish, World History | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment