Gulf/South Atlantic TUNA
In midst of recession, relatively cheap can be too pricey for most consumers
Data on 2009 harvests from the three largest tuna-producing states in the Southeast suggest that the recession recovery touted by federal officials has done little — if anything — to improve the seafood market.
Culture is king
Several years ago I went to a bullfight in Mexico. I was pretty sure I wouldn't enjoy it, and indeed I did not. The bullfight routine calls for mounted picadors to stab the animal in the neck before the so-called fight begins. Thus, the bull's fate is sealed before the matador enters the ring.
Massachusetts fleet owner teams up with an Alabama boatyard seven times
By Larry Chowning
For years, Gulf of Mexico shrimpers have come to the southwest corner of Alabama, in the area around Bayou La Batre and Coden to have their boats built, first wooden boats and then steel.
Tuna boat continues to evolve; fisheries patrol takes new boat
Not quite two years ago, Atlantic Boat Co. in Brooklin, Maine, brokered a deal for one of its Duffy 42s that had been built in 1997 as a towboat with an open stern. The person who bought the boat is a tuna fisherman, and since the sale he has had the boat back to Atlantic Boat twice in an ongoing rebuilding project.
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The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) is delighted to announce Sara Squarstoff as the winner of the “Show Us Your Alaska Seafood” Instagram Contest.Read more...