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When Italian explorer Giovanni Caboto (or John Cabot as he is locally known) first discovered North America in 1497, his first words were “O buono vista!”. When translated into English, this phrase means, “Oh happy sight!”, which is certainly fitting for what would become the town of Bonavista, the historic site of Cabot's landing. That wasn’t the only thing said about the area. His crew reported that "the sea there is full of fish that can be taken not only with nets but with fishing-baskets". These days, rocky shores, pebbled beaches and picturesque fishing boats line small formations of houses, new and old. Whales, seabirds, and icebergs are usual guests along the amazing shorelines surrounded by dense trees. In “The Dungeon”, the cliffs give way into a mammoth, natural opening with two seaward-side channels. But what about the cod fishing? Carried out at a subsistence level for centuries, large scale fishing began shortly after John Cabot’s arrival. Traditional methods included venturing out in a dory armed with a couple of lines and knowledge of the ocean. In 1951 factory fishing began with new super-trawlers such as the 'Fairtry'; 280 feet long and 2,600 gross tons. Approximately 8 million tons of cod were caught between 1647 and 1750, a period encompassing 25 to 40 cod generations. The factory trawlers took the same amount in 15 years. Then in the early 1990s the industry collapsed due mainly to overfishing. After a 10 year moratorium the waters are still dominated by crab and shrimp rather than fish, but if you find a friendly fisherman you can still head out into the Atlantic, use old school methods, and look for the slowly returning cod. Not only do you get a feel for what life used to be like for the hard working Newfoundlanders, you may also get a spectacular feed.
15 Nov 2012
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Video clips of a gillnetter catching codfish with underwater shots of the fish coming up in the net, being processed by the crew and then iced up in the hold. Videography by Christopher Seufert. Contact *******www.MooncusserFilms**** for royalty free purchasing information.
8 Aug 2008
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COD FISH WITH THE HOMELESS
3 Feb 2010
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Anne-Marie of *******www.hotsauce-peppersauce****/ demonstrates how to make Salt fish (cod fish) cakes. This is the hors d'oeuvre of choice at any Caribbean Party. They are easy to make with a unique flavour that goes well with alcoholic beverages. Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 Apr 2010
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AVP Dog Food Salmon & Cod Fish Complete Grain-Free Natural Recipe for all life stages. AVP Pet Food is made from Fresh Real Meat and Made in Europe. AVP Dog Food Salmon and cod fish is an easily digestible protein that provides essential nutrients to help maintain healthy organs and lean muscle mass. All-natural AVP Pet food enhance your pet’s health and happiness!
21 Jul 2018
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46 Foot dragger "Special K" out of Pigeon Cove Rockport Ma..
31 Jan 2007
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See if you can even attempt to create plays like this on madden.
28 Nov 2008
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A pilot show I produced for TV on the halibut fishing around the islands of Røst and Værøy in Lofoten Norway. The waters here are shallow and warm due to the gulfstream, and that has something to do with attracting the biggest halibut in the world (202kg and it was actually landed there in 2008). The islands are special for fishing anyway and haul in tens of thousands of tons of Cod which are processed as dried fish and exported around the world. The show contains an insight into this as well as the fun, the midnight sun and even a few killer whales. The show is in 3 parts for Metacafe.
20 Oct 2008
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A pilot show I produced for TV on the halibut fishing around the islands of Røst and Værøy in Lofoten Norway. The waters here are shallow and warm due to the gulfstream, and that has something to do with attracting the biggest halibut in the world (202kg and it was actually landed there in 2008). The islands are special for fishing anyway and haul in tens of thousands of tons of Cod which are processed as dried fish and exported around the world. The show contains an insight into this as well as the fun, the midnight sun and even a few killer whales. The show is in 3 parts for Metacafe.
20 Oct 2008
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Entertaining way of learning spanish vocab. Includes sections where you can wear your 3d glasses for the Special effects. Also features the Bingo word - COD. Ruth uses the force to show us the spanish names for things.
6 Oct 2009
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The Lunenburg Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic is based in Nova Scotia, Canada. This tour provides an in-depth look at the historic role of Lunenburg as a port city, and features access to the articrafts, vessels, and aquarium showcased at the museum. Want to plan your trip to Canada? Visit *******www.canada.travel
9 Mar 2009
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Here you can see the final part of "40 pound coalfish" - that was 20 minutes fun ...
6 Nov 2009
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