Alaska Commercial Fishing Employment Guide

Alaska Commercial Fishing Employment Guide : Your Official Guide to Finding Employment as a Commercial Fisherman

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Everyone wants to go but very few know where to start. The Alaska Commercial Fishing Guide is your straight to the point, no "BS," book that will not only point you in the right direction but help you avoid the mistakes made by most people when looking to become fishermen. Every year 70-80k poeple head north to Alaska for work. For some its a career they started decades ago, but for others its thier first time and thier first steps towards a better future. Our guide is packed full of all the pertinant information you will need when looking for a job as a fisherman. When to look. What type of fishery best suits me. Land plant or fishing boat? What to ask before accepting a job. All this plus over 500 fishing industry contacts who regulary hire men and woman. It would take you weeks to find only a small portion of the information we have collected. You wont find these contacts online and you definently wont find the advice and insight that took over 15 years to learn.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 102 pages
  • 203 x 254 x 8mm | 295g
  • North Charleston SC, United States
  • English
  • 1448678463
  • 9781448678464

About C S Harris

Cpt. Harris started his fishing career as a fish processor the year after he finished high school. Thinking he would go up and have a quick adventure then return to a "normal" job, he left Seattle and headed north with his brother in search of an escape from the boredom of normal life. Fifteen years later and now Captain Harris he is still at it and loving every minute of it. "I work 4-5 months a year and make a great living. I spend more time with my wife and kids than any other father I know. I cant imagine working another job or living another life. Why would I, I love what I do."
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