Scott Kimmel of New Day Fisheries is a third-generation fisherman. One of the niche segments of his business is delivering live Dungeness crab to suppliers both in the United States and internationally. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Scott Kimmel of New Day Fisheries is a third-generation fisherman. One of the niche segments of his business is delivering live Dungeness crab to suppliers both in the United States and internationally. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

New vision, new commitment for seafood distributor

Port of Port Townsend, New Day Fisheries agree on 30-year lease

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