Salmon Seining from Joshua Jarvis on Vimeo.
Dude! This video just nails it in everywhere! It's great to see familiar faces and boats among those amazing backdrops of southeast Alaska. This is exactly what the www.fishfilmfest.com is all about! The interviews are a nice touch to the overall package and the video makes me proud to be a fishermen. Way to go, Jarvis! #eatmoresalmon
Wanna see how a fishermen lives in Bristol Bay at a Fish Camp? Look no further.
Via Youtube: Here is our yard and inside our cabin as well as us building our trail down the mud so we don’t have to walk uphill in thigh deep mud all the time. The intro took a couple takes so there is a little blooper reel at the end.
This Coho came aboard this summer while we were fishing off of Dall Island. The fish looked heathly and had no other obvious deformities. Has anyone else seen a split tail like this before on salmon species?
Fishermen’s Terminal in Seattle is buzzing this time of year, as fishermen ready their boats and gear for the upcoming salmon seining season in southeast alaska. Typically, it takes about a week of 8 to 10 hours days to completely rework the net.
Sitka Herring is just the beginning of the herring circuit for many fishermen in Alaska. While many boats head north to Togiak for one of Alaska’s largest herring runs, a few southeast seiners head out to harvest “roe on kelp.” The “Roe on Kelp” fishery focuses on harvesting the herring eggs on long strands of kelp. The herring are harvested with nets and combined with hanging kelp strands in floating pens. Remarkably, the herring release their eggs and coat the kelp with inches of tiny eggs. Check out this up close perspective of this unique fishery.
This is a slick promotional edit for Grundens that just popped upon Vimeo. There is some generic stock bering sea crabbing footage, but the commercial focuses primarily on the F/V Gold Digger, which is a Bristol Bay gilnetter. Overall, its a well produced video that highlights the comfort and necessity of Grunden’s on the deck. Check out some other awesome Grunden’s videos on the ComFishFilmFest Channel, here.
Genuine Goodness! AlabamaSeafood.com delivers a sweet ad campaign to highlight some of their fisheries. I find it a little weird that I live in Alaska and this Alabama seafood commercial makes me hungry. I really wish we had some US coverage of Alaska's seafood. Every commercial break on Deadliest Catch should be pushing some sort of Alaska Seafood. It's completely obvious to me that there is a huge lack of seafood knowledge if the average consumer doesn't even know what kind of fish they are eating. It's time that we educate and entice Americans with the beauty of Alaskan Seafood. In fact, I have a plan…
Every year fishermen gather in Sitka Alaska for one of the most intense fisheries in the world. Millions can be made in minutes. Stay Tuned for more updates and videos from this season’s fishery.