About the book
New Zealand women ranging from hands-on fishing and diving to management, research and policing the seas in New Zealand waters and around the world. This country was the first to introduce an all-embracing quota management scheme, and is up with the leading fishing countries in the places women have won for themselves in the fishing industry. The women's courage, strength of character and humour come through as they talk to Heberley.
About the author
Heather Heberley's fifth book. With her fishing and farming family on Arapawa Island, in the Tory Channel, she has herself gone fishing for crayfish, groper, school shark and tuna, and taken part in fisheries research.
The stories of New Zealand women working in the fishing industry, from hands-on fishing and diving to management, research and policing the seas both here and around the world.
Also by Heather Heberley