A father-daughter team with a lot of 'fish' stories
The Cape Cod Chronicle profiles Story Fish ’67, who owns Chatham Family Charters with daughter Annie Fish. He explained how his career went from salesman (which he hated) to fisherman and then to chartering in the 1990s. In the 1970s, he quit his 3M job after making good money one summer lobstering. “The next year I bought a boat,” he explains. “Then of course you go through the cycles of not making enough to make payments, and then making more than you need… One minute you think you’re going be a millionaire, and the next minute you say, ‘Oh, wait! Oh my God, this is a disaster!’ I think that’s what makes characters out of some of these fishermen.” (View Text)
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