Published Date: November 13, 2013 Like ( 0 ) Dislike ( 0 ) Views: 265
In 1980, Seattle-based Alaska king crab fishermen enjoyed their greatest season ever. When they went north the following year, they were stunned to discover that the crab resource had collapsed. In this excerpt from John Sabella's 2003 documentary Century of Fish: Seattle's Dynamic Distant Water Fishing Fleet, we see how the crab industry responded to the resource and the surprising role played by the Soviet Union. To view the entire program, click here:

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