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FISH FLOUR and the Cobb Midwater Trawl

  Charles R. (Bob) Hitz    Bob’s Posting 29                   Mar. 9, 2015 Fish Flour brings back a lot of memories and the Ballad of the Hake enforces them. Reading them leaves one feeling that the hake project and fish flour were … Continue reading

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The Russians are Coming Here – 1965!

Charles R. (Bob) Hitz                                                    Jan. 9, 2013    Aboard the R/V John N. Cobb in May 1965 we were mapping out schools of hake, trying to determine when and where they appeared off the coasts of Washington and Oregon.  As … Continue reading

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Soviet fishing in the Gulf of Alaska during the 1930s

Since I’m a historian, I’m interested in why and how things happened. Between Bob Hitz and I, we’ve had plenty of posts about the Soviet fishing fleet off Washington and Oregon in the 1960s. But when and why did the … Continue reading

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