Repairing the fishing nets in Stonington
Stonington — There's more to commercial fishing than, well, fishing.
For instance, when the F/V Regulus returns to the Stonington Town Dock after each 10-day fishing trip, the deckhands get to work replacing the worn-out metal parts of the sweep and rock chains that scrape the ocean floor.
The vessel's dredge is used for catching scallops.
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