Highliners and Bottomfeeders: A (mostly) true account of commercial fishing in Alaska

Highliners and Bottomfeeders: A (mostly) true account of commercial fishing in Alaska

by Jack Sternhagen
     
 

The author has recounted a few of the adventures he has experienced in his career as a commercial fisherman. He has worked on over 70 fishing boats in the last 23 years. Being a crabber on the Bering Sea is known as the world's most dangerous occupation. He has seen his share of exciting incidents including seeing four men go overboard into the icy waters. Also he's… See more details below

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The author has recounted a few of the adventures he has experienced in his career as a commercial fisherman. He has worked on over 70 fishing boats in the last 23 years. Being a crabber on the Bering Sea is known as the world's most dangerous occupation. He has seen his share of exciting incidents including seeing four men go overboard into the icy waters. Also he's seen many broken bones and numerous other injuries. He has been shipwrecked 3 times and three boats sank the next trip after he got off them. There some exciting stories about other people and boats also in the book as well. They are all true even though many are hard to believe. There over 150 images in the book including photos, drawings, and maps.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781257445004
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
07/27/2011
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,027,713
File size:
18 MB
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