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Record-sized 2010 year-class creates haddock boom could sustain industry for six to seven years

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Fishing boats site docked during low tide at Dennis Point wharf in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia

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Brian D'entremont, an employee with Inshore Fisheries Ltd. steadies a 300 pound tub of Haddock during off loading at Dennis Point wharf in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia.

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A 300 pound tub of Haddock during rises during off loading at Dennis Point wharf in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia.

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Captain Martin D'entremont an employee with Inshore Fisheries Ltd. stands at Dennis Point Wharf in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia.

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Jeremy Wigton, an employee with Inshore Fisheries Ltd. empties a 300 pound tub of Haddock during off loading at Dennis Point wharf in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia.

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An employee with Inshore Fisheries Ltd. steadies a 300 pound tub of Haddock during off loading at Dennis Point wharf in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia.

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Jody Burrell, an employee with Inshore Fisheries Ltd. steadies a 300 pound tub of Haddock during off loading at Dennis Point wharf in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia.

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Brian D'entremont, an employee with Inshore Fisheries Ltd. steadies a 300 pound tub of Haddock during off loading at Dennis Point wharf in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia.

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Containers filled with haddock are loaded onto a flatbed before being transported to Inshore Fisheries Ltd. processing plant in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia

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Claude D'entremont, manager/owner of Inshore Fisheries Ltd. in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia

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Employees with Inshore Fisheries Ltd. fillet and package haddock at the companies processing plant in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia. On a busy day the plant can process up to 40,000 pound of Haddock.

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Employees with Inshore Fisheries Ltd. fillet and package haddock at the companies processing plant in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia. On a busy day the plant can process up to 40,000 pound of Haddock.

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