The fresh and frozen markets are what appear to drive yellowfin in the United States.
Regulators were roundly criticized last year for a late start for the tests of shrimp in the water that determine when the season should start.
Red snapper is easily making its way from gulf waters to restaurant tables — and residential kitchens — with prices that remain steady.
Gulf of Mexico fishermen are heading out for their traditional winter voyages with the promise of healthy dock prices in their futures.
The weather didn’t seem so bad when John Trosclair Jr. launched his 19-foot Carolina skiff the night of Aug. 30. Then squalls from Hurricane Harvey capsized his boat.
After a mid-decade explosion resulting from heavy exports into Asian markets, spiny lobster prices are calming, but not enough to raise concerns.
Unsettled weather in Florida is contributing to another down year for mullet.
Florida lobster fishermen are recovering from a massive fire that destroyed 20,000 traps and eight vessels early Monday morning.
An increasing number of Louisiana shrimpers say they want state officials to take a closer look at how harvesting seasons are set.
Abundant in the seas and favored at the table, yellowfin tuna remains steady following last year’s rebound, with both supply and demand in good balance.