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  • Big Brother is watching at Global Fishing Watch

    Big Brother is watching at Global Fishing Watch

    In 2016, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation joined with Google, Oceana and Environmental Defense, and other funding partners to create a mapping and data platform called, Global Fishing Watch. The system currently tracks over 65,000 fishing …
  • Editor’s Log: Loud and clear

    Editor’s Log: Loud and clear

    Someone suggested recently that I am in this work for the money and not for love of the industry. (Yes, I laughed.) This industry has changed a lot since I started working for the magazine …
  • Catch 49 keeps it fresh

    Catch 49 keeps it fresh

    The concept of traceability — knowing where your food comes from — seems simple enough. For fishermen, it’s a way of life. Yet for seafood lovers, a complex and often opaque supply chain limits their …
  • Our Maine man

    Our Maine man

    We send our February issue off to the printer on Dec. 17, 2019, which would have been the 88th birthday of our late chairman, Horace A. Hildreth Jr., whom we all knew as Hoddy. We …
  • Tongass: Where your bread is buttered

    Tongass: Where your bread is buttered

    Take it from me, a happy, successful salmon troller fishing Southeast Alaska for the last 27 years: If you like catching salmon in the North Pacific, especially if you make a living doing it, don’t …

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