Seattle's Fishermen's Terminal Marks 100th Year

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Adam Boehler, of Montana, doesn't normally live near salt water. But every year he and others from his area come to Seattle to work on the fishing boats. (Kara McDermott/KUOW)

This year is the centennial of Fishermen’s Terminal at the Port of Seattle.

The port is home to vessels that fish Alaska’s waters. It is the largest fleet in America and brings in half the country’s catch.

From the Here & Now Contributor’s Network, Carolyn Adolph of KUOW talked to fishermen preparing their nets at the terminal for the start of the season.


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