My name is John. This website, the core of it, is about fish and fishing; it’s about our experience with the sea–seafood to salt marshes–the whole tangled mix of it. It’s not so much about the management of fishery resources, that subject has been handled much better by others.

My simple goal is to make the Dented Bucket entertaining to read.

About me: I’m a writer and a deckhand on an inshore fishing boat. I’m 41 years old and started fishing in 1989. I majored in Fisheries Science at the University of Rhode Island. I’ve worked on research boats, oyster farms and many kinds of commercial fishing boats, from trawlers to longliners.

Send me an email: dentedbucket@gmail.com

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John P. Lee

Wakefield, RI

For editors and publishers and idea generators: I am always interested in hearing about writing assignments, especially those connected to the ocean. If you have an idea let’s talk.

 


A few articles that I’ve written:

 

Article - Trace & Trust
Edible Rhody – Trace & Trust

Article - My Teacher the Turtle Man
Southern Boating – My Teacher the Turtle Man

Article - On The Bay - Edible Rhody
Edible Rhody – On The Bay

Article - Shucker's Paradise
National Fisherman – Shucker’s Paradise

Article - Grand Canyons
National Fisherman – Grand Canyons

Article - Pump House
Yale Anglers’ Journal – Pump House

Send me an email: dentedbucket@gmail.com

Please consider subscribing to my blog. Or use the social network sites Facebook and Twitter to follow me.

John P. Lee

Wakefield, RI