Social FISHtancing – Episode 5 – The Great Lakes

By Hannah Harrison

This is the fifth episode of Coastal Routes’ weekly coverage of how COVID19 is impacting fisheries around North America. This week, we hear stories from the Great Lakes and follow the path of a fish from net to plate.

In this episode, we talk to:
Carson Minor of Lincoln Fisheries on Lake Erie
Denise Purvis of Purvis Fisheries (http://www.purvisfisheries.com/)
Ulysses Pratas of Presteve Foods (www.presteve.com)
John Omstead of John O’s Foods (https://johnofoods.com/)
David Knechtel of Knechtel Foods (https://www.knechtelfoods.ca/)

This episode’s music is “Wooden Boats and Iron Men” by Bruce “House” Milner and JD Semple, longtime singers, songwriters, and retired commercial fishermen in Port Dover, Ontario.
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QQS5ABlL6E)

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