F. J. O'Hara and Sons in Rockland cuts several thousand pounds of redfish, or Oc
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F. J. O'Hara and Sons in Rockland cuts several thousand pounds of redfish, or Ocean Perch, an hour. Boats return to O'Hara's after about seven days at sea and their fish are sucked into the plant via conveyor belt, scaled, distributed by size, washed, re-scaled, filleted, weighed, candled, and packaged. O'Hara's is a family business. Related articles profile cutters Lamont Allen and Norman Collins. Details.
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Lane, Sheryl; Violette, Greg; McGahey, Robin E; and Kippax, Lynn Jr., "F. J. O'Hara and Sons in Rockland cuts several thousand pounds of redfish, or Oc" (1978). Maine News Index – Salt. 175.
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