This is what cold in southeast Connecticut looks like
Employees at New England Seafood Distributors in New London work to clear the fishing vessel Gabby G. of ice at the dock Friday, January 25, 2013. The boat had to be cleared of the ice which was making the vessel extremely top-heavy, before the fish catch could be offloaded.
Published January 26. 2013 12:01AM | Updated January 26. 2013 12:23PM
Sean D. Elliot/The Day
An employee of New England Seafood Distributors in New London stands between the net reels on the fishing vessel Gabby G. Friday as workers clear the boat of ice at the company dock. The ice was making the vessel extremely top-heavy and had to be cleared before the crew's catch of whiting could be offloaded. The Gabby G. had just returned from a seven-day fishing trip that was cut short when its starboard outrigger broke during an effort to de-ice at sea. See related story on catch limits on E4 and visit www.theday.com to view a photo gallery of the Gabby G.