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Date of Catch:




F/V Gypsy Jolly


South of Kalgin Island

60°04'05.0"N 151°58'00.0"W

Fisherman's Log:

Left the night before to run south and get into position for the next morning. In the morning the same vessel that corked me off the day before came into sight and set south of me. I was infuriated and started picking in order to have a conversation with the gentleman, but before I could a radio call came and I ran to fish instead. Rest assured I will find that vessel this season to enact revenge and cork him off!


"Corking off" is when another vessel lays their net in the way of your own, thus catching the fish that would have been bound for your net.

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