Working on the Edge: Surviving in the World's Most Dangerous Profession: King Crab Fishing on Alaska's High Seas Character Descriptions

Spike Walker
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Spike Walker

This individual and author of the book went to Alaska in the late seventies to find work in the fishing industry, lured by reports of high pay for a few months of work.

Susy Wagner

This was the deck boss on the Royal Quarry.

Mike

This was a classmate of the author's in college who gave the author his first job on a crab boat during tanner crab season.

Donny Channel and Joe Mogoteaux

These were crewmen on board the Master Carl when the boat sank off Montague Island in April of 1976; they managed to make it to shore where Coast Guard rescued them from the beach.

Rusty Slayton

This owner and skipper of the Jeffrey Allen woke in the middle of the night to realize his ship was rolling over; he left the fishing industry after that accident.

Pete Knudsen

This was a crewman on...

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