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Octopus Moon

‘A’ patiently watched as the sun slipped away and the breeze vanished. Then, in the cold, still night, the dark red creature of the sea inched out from its den to escape our harassment. Chris grabbed it. ‘A’ and I cheered. ‘D’ gave a grunt from his deep slumber on my back.

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Blackened Rockfish Tacos

This recipe is great for any kind of Pacific Northwest rockfish you might come across (Black Rockfish, Greenling, Kelp Cod, Ling Cod, Gray Cod, etc.) and, actually, the smaller the fish, the better.

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Welcome

Alaska Freediver has been a vision of Chris’s for years. He would scour the coast catching fish and logging future dive spots. It wasn’t until 2016, with child #2 on the way, that Chris speared his first King Salmon and, needless to say, he was hooked.

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