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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Fishing vessel tied up at the Lobstermen's Co-op
Maine, Boothbay Harbor 1997 May
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The Fishing Vessel GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON tied up at Pier #1 of the Portland Fish Exchange.
Portland, Maine 1997 May
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A lobster boat at Cousins Island
Portland, Maine 1997 May
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A lobster boat at Cousins Island
Maine, Cousins Island 1997 May
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The trawler JUDY ANN
Maine, Cousins Island 1997 May
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A lobster boat
Portland, Maine 1997 May
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A lobster boat
Portland, Maine 1997 May
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Fishing boats tied up at the Portland Marine Trade Center.
Portland, Maine 1997 May
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The trawler EDWARD L. MOORE tied up at the Portland Marine Trade Center.
Portland, Maine 1997 May
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The LESLIE ELLEN is a gillnetter
Portland, Maine 1997 May
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Sign describing the Maryland Skipjack ROSIE PARKS
St. Michaels, Maryland 1997 July
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The ROSIE PARKS is a Maryland Skipjack. These boats were used for oyster dredging while under sail. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.
St. Michaels, Maryland 1997 May
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The Fishing Vessel OLD POINT was a Chesapeake Bay blue crab boat built in 1909. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.
St. Michaels, Maryland 1997 May
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The EDNA E. LOCKWOOD is a 9 log bugeye used to dredge oysters. It was built in 1889. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.
St. Michaels, Maryland 1997 July
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The EDNA E. LOCKWOOD is a 9 log bugeye used to dredge oysters. It was built in 1889. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.
St. Michaels, Maryland
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The BIG CRAB is an old Chesapeake Bay crabber.
Tilghman Island, Maryland
2066 thumbnail picture
Large open deck work areas are typical of Chesapeake Bay work boats. This one is operated by Harris Seafoods, Inc.
Maryland, Kent Narrows
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Large open deck work areas are typical of Chesapeake Bay work boats.
Tilghman Island, Maryland
2068 thumbnail picture
A "buy boat" operating on the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay 1973 January
2069 thumbnail picture
A Chesapeake Bay clam dredge boat.
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay 1968 August
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A Chesapeake Bay clam dredge boat underway.
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay 1968 August
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A Chesapeake Bay skipjack underway. These vessels are sail powered oyster dredgers.
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay
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Chesapeake Bay skipjacks drying sails while inport. These vessels are sail powered oyster dredgers.
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay 1971 March
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Even in the 1970's it was hard to keep the skipjacks operating.
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay 1971 March
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The F/V JEANNETTE in port
Gloucester, Massachusetts
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Trawlers in port
Gloucester, Massachusetts
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Trawlers in port
Gloucester, Massachusetts
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Bow of the CATERINA G.
Gloucester, Massachusetts
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F/V MARY G heading to sea for yellowfin tuna
Gloucester, Massachusetts
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The F/V SANTA MARIA flies the U. S. flag and the Portuguese flag. There is a strong Portuguese heritage in the New England fisheries.
New Bedford, Massachusetts
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The F/V LADY CHERYL leaving port
New Bedford, Massachusetts
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The F/V LADY CHERYL leaving port
New Bedford, Massachusetts
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The F/V LADY CHERYL leaving port
New Bedford, Massachusetts
2083 thumbnail picture
A stern trawler at the pier
Gloucester, Massachusetts
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Some of the shrimp trawlers based at Biloxi. Many shrimp vessels are owned by Vietnamese-American fishermen. Note the Turtle Excluding Devices (TEDS) in the nets.
Mississippi, Biloxi
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Some of the shrimp trawlers based at Biloxi. Many shrimp vessels are owned by Vietnamese-American fishermen. Note the Turtle Excluding Devices (TEDS) in the nets.
Mississippi, Biloxi
2086 thumbnail picture
A few of the Gulf of Mexico Croaker boats. These vessels fish for the croaker, Micropogon undulatus.
Pascagoula, Mississippi
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Judy David, a bait shrimper from Mississippi. Many women are active in the U. S. fisheries.
Mississippi
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Bow art on Judy David's boat. Ms. David is a bait shrimper. Many women are active in the U. S. fisheries.
Mississippi
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The F/V ATLANTIC TRAVELER squid rigged at the Co-op Seafood Retail Market.
Point Pleasant, New Jersey
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The F/V JAIME MAE rigged for fluke at the Co-op Seafood dock.
Point Pleasant, New Jersey
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The F/V DISCOVERY being overhauled.
Point Pleasant, New Jersey
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Stern view of the F/V AUSTIN and MCGINTY, fluke rigged.
Point Pleasant, New Jersey
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The F/V JAIME MAE rigged for fluke fishing.
Point Pleasant, New Jersey
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The F/V JAIME MAE rigged for fluke fishing.
Point Pleasant, New Jersey
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Clam dredgers.
New Jersey, Cape May 1968 August
2096 thumbnail picture
The clam dredger MARTHA RUTH
New Jersey, Cape May 1968 August
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The clam dredger SKIMMER II
New Jersey, Cape May 1968 August
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The clam dredger SKIMMER II
New Jersey, Cape May 1968 August
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The clam dredger SKIMMER II
New Jersey, Cape May 1968 August

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