Tag Archives: Haddock
Gloucester’s day-boat groundfish fleet is in jeopardy as NOAA closes areas for cod fishing in the Gulf of Maine.
“NOAA Regional Administrator John K. Bullard said the agency is doubling the quota on Gulf of Maine haddock for the remainder of the 2014 season to help offset the anticipated decline in cod revenues and landings in the wake of the area closures.” Gloucester Times.
Follow the story in the Gloucester Times.
Pictured is cod at CASE auction house today and the price per pound.
Photos @ Kathy Chapman 2014
Golden Tilefish caught by husband Barry & friends off the coast of Cape Hatteras North Carolina
Click See More for Pan Seared Golden Tilefish with Lemon Herb Confetti Rice Step-by-Step recipe details and photos Read more
Just to show the honorable and effective meter maids of Gloucester do not play favorites they practically put the ticket under RD’s bill. But since Rubber Duck did indeed stretch the idea of a parking spot a bit parking at the front door of the Cape Ann Brew she went and paid the $15 fine promptly.
RD Fun fact: Don’t let these tickets sit in your pocket since the fine just gets bigger. Go to: www.gloucester-ma.gov , type in your ticket number and your plate number then shwing, you can use your credit card. They do tack on $3.50 if paid electronically but it is well worth it to get it off your dash or desk top. Pay a parking ticket, fill a pothole.
And it was well worth it. Rubber Duck was giving Shelley the visiting Biochemist from New Mexico the full Cape Ann tour which included lobster pick up and meeting Joey at the dock as well as the fish and chips (awesome huge chunks of haddock) at Cape Ann Brew.
For all the negativity you read about the fishing industry here’s a family that’s always done it right and continues the tradition of being at the top of the list. Classy, strong, hard working Gloucester fishermen. 20,000 down the hole and 15,000 on deck.
Boom! That just happened!
The Yankee Lipper
loads it’s passengers and leaves the dock on a cold dark morning
On a Saint Joseph’s roll from Virgilio’s. If you stop by Passports tell my boy Eric that they should make this a regular menu item instead of a special.
This particular shot is of a haddock carcass that has been salted to preserve it from rotting for future use as bait.