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  • Wicked on and off the water: What makes a tuna captain’s motor run?

    Wicked on and off the water: What makes a tuna captain’s motor run?

    What advice do you have for fans and readers about starting out in the commercial fishing industry? Dave Marciano: “My first instinct is – don’t do it. The fishing industry has changed. These days, fishing …
  • Who we are: Kelly Nichols-Cordova

    Who we are: Kelly Nichols-Cordova

    A typical workday for Florida Keys fisherman Kelly Nichols-Cordova begins with a 3 a.m. wakeup to head to her 43-foot lobster and stone crab boat Life Force.
  • Q&A with the UFA

    Q&A with the UFA

    A Q&A with Frances Leach, who was named executive director of the United Fishermen of Alaska in November 2017.
  • Book review: The Last Lobster

    Book review: The Last Lobster

    There is no hotter topic in Maine’s seafood circles than the lobster industry. For one thing, it’s a small state. The Pine Tree State’s total population hovers right around 1 million, or the size of …
  • Hypocrisy in Western sealing policies

    Hypocrisy in Western sealing policies

    The European Union recently announced that products made from seals hunted by Inuit people can continue to be sold in the EU despite the 2009 ban that prevents sale of other seal products derived from …
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