WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23/14

By: GRANDMANAN , 10:47 AM GMT on April 23, 2014

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A 7C temp, in fog and rain with a southerly draft this morning, temp to try and find double digits, but rain and wind will make it difficult to rise much. Similar conditions in the forecast for tomorrow, a couple of days of good weather then moisture for long-range, April showers taking a long-time to manifest themselves this year.

Fishery news remains fairly static, catch not too bad and prices remain where the fisherman can make a profit, however with the huge increases in fuel costs another financial hit in achieving the bottom line now in play greater than ever. Overnight increases in some parts of Canada up eight cents per litre. Our price will in the $1.50 range when prices are adjusted tomorrow.

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1. Justapluggin
11:07 AM GMT on April 23, 2014
Morning,
Rain just ended here in the last few minutes and replaced by thick fog. Little wind presently but gusts to 40 mph NW predicted for tonight/early tomorrow.
I can fish 800 traps. My plan is to stay at 600 until soft shells hit and then hit that 800 limit for 2-3 months, bank as much money as I can and survive another winter. Expenses in all aspects of living are up. I just read an article stating that the Canadian middle class is now the wealthiest on the planet. the US middle class is dropping like a rock. I think a big part of that is the cost of medical care in the US. Not cheap anywhere for sure but like an albatross hung on our necks.
Price of lobsters very shaky, no fresh herring to be had and having to use more expensive frozen herring next day out. The bright side of the equation--if I had stayed in the teaching profession I would be retired now--probably much fatter then now and suffering from a life behind a desk. I made the correct decision.
More firewood manufactured yesterday with one more session to go, then stacking for future use.
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