Fisherman's Canning

$norkle

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May 6, 2008
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Corvallis,OR
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Bruce
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In my dreams!
Just a quick question. Back in early November Fisherman's Canning was only taking a maximum of 150lbs of tuna per angler in trade for cans. They said it was because their freezers were full and they were having trouble finding a buyer. Does anyone know if that problem has been resolved, or do they still have a ,limit on what you can trade for cans. Any info will be appreciated since I'm headed out 19 March and would sure like to know how to plan (assuming I catch anything at all). Thanks in advance.
 

Olddog8

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May 13, 2012
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Sold long ago
Last year in April, for the larger fish, it was 5lbs = 1 can
 
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backlashjack

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May 14, 2007
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Jackson
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Sold the boat, now I just rent a stateroom on the EXCEL
They'll can up your catch. It's not cheap, but, damn it's good.
 
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bbuck

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Dec 20, 2005
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They'll can up your catch. It's not cheap, but, damn it's good.
Be a smart idea to call Fisherman's Landing before your trip to make sure. As of this month they have a new agreement with Bumble Bee. You should be O.K.
 

fshholc

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Jay
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Last week 6 to 1. Traded over 1,000# no problem.