Commercial fishing is dangerous!
“Commercial fishing is one of the most dangerous occupations in the United States. During 2000–2017, commercial fishermen experienced a fatality rate of 114 deaths per 100,000 full-time equivalent (FTE) workers, compared with an average of 4 deaths per 100,000 FTE workers among all U.S. workers.”
Wrapped up all the feedback for our pitch deck. It’s now:
We had a great shout-out from a big YouTube influencer over the weekend. It’s generated a lot of traffic which is great. The downside is a LOT of inland-states anglers are writing in asking why we don’t support their state yet. The upside to that: I can link them to their local wildlife management agency and ask them to contact them to support Fish Rules.
Some of the commercial database structure changed so quickly pushed out a fix for that so Albrey could test while building out the regs.
Fixed a few mobile app bugs that have been nagging.
Got some sweet data exports from BigQuery, for a study in New England. The Stitch -> BQ pipeline works well!
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