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Looking for troll/longline deckhand 2015 season

Postby actionalaska » Thu Dec 11, 2014 8:57 pm

Looking for hard working, consistent deckhand for 2015 season on safe proven fiberglass troller/long liner
March thru end of September.

Experience preferred but not required
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Re: Looking for troll/longline deckhand 2015 season

Postby demossvillejohn » Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:40 am

Hi, my name is John Flanagan, I'm from a small town in Kentucky. I am 31 years old, 6'4", 255lb, hard worker in search of a dream life in Alaska. I am married to my highschool sweetheart and we have four children, 3 boys and 1 girl. I have been at the same place of employment for 12 year's now at a machine shop and have been making a good living, but it has always been a dream to move to Alaska but it's not gonna happen unless I take a big jump of faith. I seen your ad on Craigslist it seemed so personable I felt I had to reply. I'm sure I'm up to the task being the lifestyle I currently live working the farms around here, lol. I've slung a lot of hay and put up a ton of tobacco along with daily chores. Living our live simple and off grid is our end game plan. I'm a very active hunter and fisher in my parts and ready to move to a place that I can expand the adventure. My big plan it is not really the smartest of plans is to move up there myself try to find some fishing work hey some of the bills back home until we can sell our place so I can relocate my whole family up there it seems like the only way it will ever be done unless I won the lottery but long story short I believe any job you gave me and put me to work I would definitely pay off in the long run. It will definitely be a learning experience for me but that's exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks

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Re: Looking for troll/longline deckhand 2015 season

Postby DrewH » Sun Apr 26, 2015 6:59 pm

actionalaska . I'm not a Fucking candy ass. I am green but can learn fast. Looking to breakout In the fishing Industry. I've been working the past year and 8 months for Helmerich & Payne (Oil drilling company). My rig got stacked out then my next rig got stacked out, and so forth. The company had several layoffs and I made several cuts. Eventually they laid everyone off 2 years and under. Any of the tool pushers I worked for would put there name out for me as hand.

My schedule was two weeks on two off. When I broke out I worked two months until I was forced to go back to the house. I did this for the past year and a half. I love hard work and long days. It's mans work.

I understand I may be a little late on this post but figure it won't hurt. Maybe you can point me in the right direction if anything. I also don't do drugs. So looking to get on a boat that doesn't either.

My name Is Drew Hendricks 503-881-4656
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Re: Looking for troll/longline deckhand 2015 season

Postby cyanescent » Sun May 03, 2015 3:42 pm

My names Nick. I have a year of power troll experience out of Sitka. I can run gear, clean em, and ice. I haven't gotten the opportunity to freeze yet but I have a basic understanding of how its done. Also have no experience long lining but i know how to bait skates and I know knots. Give me a call if need a young, hard working deckhand with a little experience.
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Re: Looking for troll/longline deckhand 2015 season

Postby ccl_88 » Mon Feb 06, 2017 5:22 pm


If you are looking for a deckhand for the 2017 season, let me know. I am young, hardworking, and motivated. I have references and a resume if you are interested.
Thanks for your time.

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