- Fiberglass Privateers are increasingly popular among Mid-Atlantic commercial fishermen for everything from crab potting to gillnetting.
- An Alaska legislative measure aims to create fisheries trusts in which permits could be bought and leased to fishermen who otherwise could not afford them.
- The 2017 West Coast sardine season has been scuttled for lack of substantial biomass — at least from the current stock assessment modeling.
- Record rain and snowfall over the winter was not enough to save California salmon fishermen from yet another summer of limited fishing and closures.
- The United Fishermen of Alaska recently announced the election of four at-large board members and the addition of two new executive committee members.
- NF Editor Jessica Hathaway explores Seward, Alaska, at the height of the spring blackcod and halibut season.
- It’s been a long while since a Gamage yard has repaired or built a commercial fishing boat. It wasn’t always that way.
- A historical state-by-state account of the Coastal Conservation Association’s mid-1990s push to drive net fishermen from the entire Gulf of Mexico.
- "If you care about salmon fishing or any fishery, go to your meetings. You might be surprised by the end result."
- A new study reminds us that we cannot (yet) predict the behavior of a massive web of prey and predator species, nor assign them arbitrary definitions of ideal biomass.