The interwebs are a buzz with a recent YouTube upload from Justin Hoyt, who manages to mesmerize us with an epic homage to Alicia Keys “No One.” Viewers are treated to a slushy dock dance sesh in beautiful Hoonah, Alaska. (I actually fished primarily out of Hoonah this past summer for the first time. It Read more..
One the local trawlers found themselves beached in Ventura this week. The crew easily made their way to safety, but the boat was left to the mercy of the pounding beach break. Check out the video of the day to see more details. Find Related Stories On FlipBoard
Tune in the get all the latest details and progress on the ongoing salvage mission in Ventura for the F/V Day Island. Find Related Stories On FlipBoard
The F/V Angelette unties from the dock in the Ventura Harbor to head out and look for squid along the California coast. The California Market Squid Fishery has suffered from a serious lack of abundance due to the powerful El Nino weather pattern of 2015. As the new year starts, only a third of the Read more..
Crab Lapse 2016 from Jerry Petersen on Vimeo. Crab season is here! While California is still waiting for the official word on their contaminated Dungy fishery, Oregon and Washington are ferociously on the hunt for those yummy bugs. Big Thanks to Jerry Peterson for such a sweet timelapse. Good Luck and safe travels Read more..
Another night out under the lights. Here we have the F/V Seawave on the north end on Monteray Bay. The seiner is waiting for the light boat to build up squid and bring them to the surface. Sadly, it could be a long wait. Squid season has been a struggle this year with the Read more..
High Hopes – The Future of Dungeness Crab from Benjamin Drummond / Sara Steele on Vimeo. The west coast is blowing up over recent news of a commercial and recreational ban of Dungeness crab along the California coast. This video focuses on ocean acidification, but highlights the dangers of an uncertain crab future. Read more..
The new ComFishFilmFest website makes it easier than ever to upload new videos and vote for your favorites. The website is designed to easily accept URLs from the most popular video sharing sites, like Vimeo, Youtube, or Dailymotion. Once you have signed in, head over to your own Profile page and your can Read more..