Back deck Shenanigans.
Captain Tom mending a tear in the net. When we aren't fishing there is always something to fix.
Our shipping container/shop where gear is stored for the winter and projects kept out of the rain during pre-season boat work.
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Bristol Bay sunsets are the best sunsets.
Shoreleave. Pilot Point, AK.
Hauling the net on a Bristol Bay gray day.
Boatyard blues - Naknek, AK.
Beach treasure offering.
Salmon feast back home in Colorado.
My sister Maggie writes beautifully for We Are Bristol Bay about growing up with salmon in our blood.
“My parents say I was baptized in the Ugashik river, and though I often doubt they dipped my bald head in the cold muddy currents, I know I have spent every summer there since I was born.
We just wrapped up another summer fishing in Bristol Bay on our boat the F/V Eva! We are feeling grateful for a strong salmon run and the safety of the fleet. We are excited to be bringing even more delicious wild sockeye salmon back to Colorado this year. See you in a few weeks!!
Here we are with a wild Chum salmon.
Here is the Eva on a calm morning. She is our home, office and workspace for the summer.
Wow! Check out this gorgeous & absolutely delicious collection of Sockeye Salmon recipes by Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon. No one will ever get tired of eating salmon again...not that this was ever a problem! http://bristolbaysockeye.org/recipe-pages
Member Spotlight: The Bursch Family
Date Posted: September 28, 2016 Categories: AMCC Blog Tags: Fisheries Conservation, Working Waterfronts
This month we’re delighted to feature the Bursch family of Homer in our member spotlight. Cate Bursch and her family have been commercial fishing in Alaska since the early 1980’s. They are longtime supporters of AMCC’s work. Cate recently took some time to talk with us about her family’s ocean-dependent livelihood.