More than a century in the making, family-owned Taylor Shellfish Co. has expanded well beyond the state of Washington and shows no signs of slowing.
A cruise ship arrived in Ketchikan, Alaska, with the body of a humpback whale stuck on its bulbous bow.
In an unprecedented (and some may say poorly timed) move, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game shut down all king salmon fishing in Southeast Alaska as of Aug. 10.
Thursday, Aug. 10 is Alaska Wild Salmon Day, an annual recognition of the state’s wild species, which make up more than 90 percent of the U.S. harvest.
Florida officials are investigating a video that shows a hooked shark being dragged at high speeds behind an outboard-powered boat.
Canadian fisherman Joe Howlett, 59, was struck and killed by a whale he had freed from an entanglement on Monday, July 10.
Shortly before 11 a.m., on Saturday, Lorin Dixson posted in a West Coast fishing Facebook…
The Fourth of July is informally known as the kick-off to the Bristol Bay sockeye run. On the Nushagak River this year, the surge is early.
A pair of new data projects aims to improve fishery management at home and abroad.
A potentially massive overhaul of the federal Antiquities Act initiated by President Trump could mean changes for marine monuments.