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  1. "Copper, Gold, or Fish" | Visual Story


    from Cause + Effect Liked 12 1 1

    Due to EPA rollbacks, a massive mining project in development in Alaska's Bristol Bay is slated to destroy the world's last great salmon habitat and endanger 14k jobs, in what would be a…

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    • The Bristol Bay Story


      from ADF&G Liked 64 1 0

      A historical Fish and Game documentary from the early 1960s looking at the wildlife, geography, and fishing industry in Bristol Bay. Camera work by Amos Berg, story by Charles Meachum, Dean Paddock…

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      • Abalone Dave


        from deandarby Liked 784 4 0

        Dave is a commercial diver with over 30yrs experience. He dives for a species of Abalone called Roei (Haliotis roei). A smaller species growing in shallower waters up to 3m in depth, they grow on…

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        • Cape Cod Fisherman's Alliance Fishing Families 2017


          from Tom Chartrand - Shoreline Media Liked 73 2 0

          Families have been fishing together on Cape Cod for centuries, and The Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance is working to build a fishing future for generations to come. When you donate…

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          • The Story of our Wild Yukon River Salmon: Part 1


            from Fishpeople Seafood Liked 374 1 0

            We hope these videos help you get acquainted with the watershed, the policy, the operations, and the team behind our Wild Yukon River Salmon. We’re sharing this one today, but keep an eye out…

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            • Squid Row Sizzle Reel


              from Extreme Edge Productions Liked 3,594 7 0

            • Porpoise Whisperer


              from TNY_MHVLVCH Liked 43 1 0

              Just some GoPro footage on a slow day of commercial fishing. Ty Segall & White Fence - Scissor People

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              • Return of the Sockeye


                from John Grabowska Liked

                One of the world's greatest wildlife migrations is nearly invisible to the human eye: the return of tens of millions of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) across thousands of miles of open ocean…

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                • Jenn Fish: A Life In The Commercial Fisheries


                  from Markham Starr Liked 1,462 3 0

                  Jenn Fish is one of just a few female commercial fishermen now working out of Point Judith, Rhode Island. Having grown up in a fishing family, Jenn went to sea on a trawler and decided to stay. This…

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                  • SAVE BRISTOL BAY


                    from Mark Titus Liked 2,684 7 0

                    It was just announced that President Trump and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt struck a backroom deal with a foreign mining company that wants to build an open pit mine near some of our nation's…

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                    • How we killed off the giant salmon of the Pacific Northwest in 50 years


                      from Timeline Liked 28.1K 17 4

                      Natural abundance has its limits, especially when you dam the path to the breeding grounds-- as was the case with the giant Chinook salmon of the Pacific northwest. Seeing their enormous silvery forms…

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