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  • No wetlands, no seafood

    No wetlands, no seafood

    Commercial fishermen are used to overcoming challenges. Whether it’s extreme weather events or a changing market and regulations, we work hard and adapt to carve out a living for our families. We represent a new …
  • Science on your side: The trappings of fish fraud

    Science on your side: The trappings of fish fraud

    Many seafood mislabeling reports miss the target — and the point.
  • Next stop, dandelion fleet!

    Next stop, dandelion fleet!

    Editing National Fisherman was a job with many benefits, the greatest of which has been meeting fishermen from around the country and in quite a few instances making trips.
  • Who we are: Luke Williams

    Who we are: Luke Williams

    Luke Williams wasn’t afraid to enter his favorite Southeast Alaska fisheries from the ground up. Williams, 38, lives in Haines and has been no stranger to gillnetting for salmon and Dungeness crabbing since he worked …
  • Mail Buoy: In honor of a Highliner

    Mail Buoy: In honor of a Highliner

    We grieved when we learned of the passing of Luis Ribas, 60, in January.
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