Peter James Stevens was a man not frightened to take a shotgun to a rodeo and, in the era of the irascible Piggy Muldoon, had the Government bailed up and waving the white flag on more than one occasion. So how could such a colourful character and stalwart of the commercial fishing industry slip away with scarcely a ripple? Daryl Sykes looks back on a man who rocked the foundations of commercial fishing.
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