Corey Arnold

Biography: Corey Arnold was born and raised in Vista, California, started to started to sport fish with his father at the age of five. When Corey wasn’t fishing with his dad, he would be skateboarding at Carlsbad skate park and attending Calvary Chapel’s skate night. At the age of 16, he would work a pool cleaner, while still attending Vista High School.

After high school, Corey would move to Flagstaff, AZ, and attend Northern Arizona University, but would drop out in 1998. After that he would move to SF for six years, while attending SF Academy of Art Collage for photography and during that Corey would get his first taste of commercial fishing, by fishing salmon in Bristol Bay and fell in love with it. After graduating, he would become a commerical fishermen because he chose to for the adventure, love of the sea, hard physical lifestyle, and (of course) the money. Then gravitated towards crabbing in the Bering Sea because he was curious about the rough nature of the work. Three years
Corey Arnold was born and raised in Vista, California, started to started to sport fish with his father at the age of five. When Corey wasn’t fishing with his dad, he would be skateboarding at Carlsbad skate park and attending Calvary Chapel’s skate night. At the age of 16, he would work a pool cleaner, while still attending Vista High School.

After high school, Corey would move to Flagstaff, AZ, and attend Northern Arizona University, but would drop out in 1998. After that he would move to SF for six years, while attending SF Academy of Art Collage for photography and during that Corey would get his first taste of commercial fishing, by fishing salmon in Bristol Bay and fell in love with it. After graduating, he would become a commerical fishermen because he chose to for the adventure, love of the sea, hard physical lifestyle, and (of course) the money. Then gravitated towards crabbing in the Bering Sea because he was curious about the rough nature of the work. Three years off the five years of crabbing in the Bering Sea, he would be a deckhand on the Rollo, because he viewed the Rollo as an “artsy fishermen” crew.

Then 2.5 years he would move to Oslo, Norway. When Corey isn’t fishing for crab on the Rollo, he is taking photos for the fishing industry in Norway, due to the fact that he was awarded a grant from the American Scandinavian Foundation to photograph the fishing industry in North Norway. He began the project last year documenting fishermen and whalers in Lofoten, Troms and Finnmark.
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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Deadliest Catch: Season 2 Mar 28, 2006 Rollo, Deckhand tbd
tbd Deadliest Catch: Season 1 Apr 12, 2005 Rollo, Deckhand 9.4