004: Capt. Dave Good - Pirate, Deckhand, Captain, And All Around Solid Dude.


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In this episode we sit down with our good friend and fellow captain/mate Dave Good. Dave is a local salt, growing up in the South Shore of Massachusetts. He has spent most of his fishing career fishing for giant bluefin tuna in MA Bay, and hundreds of miles offshore fishing in the Canyons for various big game species. Dave has also been fortunate enough to work as a full-time deckhand in several private sportfish boat programs and brings a great level of experience to the table from the perspective of a hired crew member.
Dave graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a degree in fisheries science; which you will notice when you hear him implement data and "factoids" into his fishing tales.
Dave kicks us off with a few fish stories from a recent trip to Florida kite-fishing for sailfish. He discusses a few things he picked up while down there and how they could be applicable to our various fisheries up here in the Northeast.
The primary topic of discussion on this episode though is: How to you find your place fishing/working aboard a new boat, with a new crew, that may or may not already have a well developed system in place aboard their boat.
We discuss a series of scenarios, real life experiences, and have a few laughs shedding light on an aspect of fishing that if not handled well, can drastically impact a day on the water, or even an entire career working on charter and private boats...
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