As the sun rises, Jimmy Hayward is already on his boat, checking his pots.
The fisherman goes out three or four times a week, leaving the metal baskets in the water and returning to see what he caught. At 83, Mr. Hayward, owner of Commander Cody’s Fish Market on Shelter Island, still baits for porgies, weakfish, bluefish, blackfish and sea bass.
But he’s not limited to catching just those species. (more…)