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Pollock “A” Season Starts In January

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Alaska Pollock imageThe lucrative Pollock Mothership “A” Season starts in January and runs through April. The “B” season begins in June and goes into October. The “C” and “D” seasons begin in August and October respectively. Job opportunities are available with factory trawler operators.

Pollock is generally turned into surimi, which is used to create artificial crab (Krab) meat.

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  • Michael Turner says:

    I am an ex factory engineer for the F/T Kodiak Enterprise. I am looking to get back into Factory Engineer position with a shore plant. I am very dedicated and enjoy the challenge. I had a great teacher and team on the Kodiak but do to circumstances beyond my control I left and tried my hand at a normal 9-5 job and as anyone who works in the fishing industry knows it is very hard to do. I have a resume availeable. I would appreciate a chance to get back into it and willing to climb your ladder.

    Thank you for your time.
    Michael Turner

  • Dean Paine says:

    I am searching for a mates position onboard a longliner/processor. I have a 500 ton masters license. I am from Maine and have 10 seasons lobstering expierence and 5 years onboard draggers. I have 3 years Tug and barge business including 1season in Alaska working for Yutana barge lines. Any interested companies please contact me. [email protected]

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