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    Okay, folks, we need to get this forum moving. We can see people stopping into read, but you're not making the jump to create a profile and post! We have to change that. This is a great opportunity for some important discourse on the commercial fishing industry (and some fun!), but it doesn't work without you. So, Grundéns has generally offered up some incentive: Each month for the next three months three lucky profiles will get free Grundéns gear - T-shirts, hats, it's a surprise! - at the end of the month. That's nine winners in three months. Better odds than winning most stuff. And we'll give you bonus points for posting in a thread. So, in short: - Create a profile - Post in a thread - Get entered each month for a random drawing for Grundéns gear. What are you waiting for?
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    The U.S. boatbuilding industry has been running strong throughout 2020. If you're looking for what’s on the horizon for builders and outfitters of commercial fishing and workboats on the West Coast and in Alaska, just ask the folks whose job it is to pay attention. Speakers: • Dr. Sue Molloy, President, Glas Ocean Electric • Jonathan Parrott, Senior Naval Architect, Jensen Maritime • John W. Waterhouse, Principal and Chairman of the Board, Elliot Bay Design Group Moderator: Paul Molyneaux, National Fisherman Boats & Gear editorHost: Jessica Hathaway, National Fisherman editor in chief
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    It is certainly disappointing that we will not be able to meet face to face at PME this year - it has always been an event I looked forward to so that I could talk to the fishermen as well as give advice to any of the young people looking to make a career in the naval architecture/marine engineering field. I have been with Jensen now for 41 years, and I guess you could say I found a job that i really enjoy. Please do not hesitate to post any comments or questions, and we will endeavor to respond to them!
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    Things I miss about the Expo? Where do I freaking start? 1. I miss Seattle and my clean hotel room where the Room Fairy comes to replace my toilet paper. 2. I miss all the free chocolate. 3. I miss my free pens!! I actually have stooped to swiping pens from the bank. They are soooooo boring. 4. I miss seeing my friends. 5. I miss my tribe. Down here in California, I am so weary of trying to explain commercial fishing to people. 6. I miss all the positive energy, that we're fighting the same battle. 7. Of course I miss checking out what's new in the fish business. Should I go on or shall I just relive the last years on my facebook posts? Stay Safe Everyone.
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    Hey Diego @ Grundens! The Grundens team is so generous! It was great to meet you last year!
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    I really miss Seattle! We usually have so much fun walking the city and grabbing beers. The computer never seems to offer to buy a round!
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    I need a pair of those Grunden boots after our Vizsla decided to have a good time chewing on my present pair boots. Very glad to see this forum. I’ve been involved in commercial fishing out of Sitka Alaska for 55 years.
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