An international team of researchers has completed a seven-year baseline study of fish populations in the Gulf of Mexico in the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Maine’s cold-water oysters are a hot item on the regional shellfish market, and market research shows the industry will be able to continue expanding well into the future.
Alaska Wildlife Troopers seized more than 16 tons of salmon they report were caught illegally in Dog Fish Bay by four commercial seine fishermen in late July.
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission rejected an effort this week to expand Maine’s lucrative elver by increasing the annual quota by 20 percent.
In this edition, a Sitka Sound sinking, fishermen stranded off the coast of California and N.C. fishermen survive a wreck by clinging to debris.
A group of Democratic U.S. representatives is pressing for emergency relief for fishing businesses suffering from an escalating trade war.
Nearly eight months after NMFS announced the decision to shut down Northeast Fishing Sector IX following…
The National Transportation Safety Board determined that heavy freezing spray conditions and poor stability to withstand icing were the probable causes of the capsizing and fatal sinking of the 98-foot crabber Destination in the Bering Sea in February 2017.
Fishermen in the South Atlantic might soon be testing a new tool to fight off the growing population of invasive lionfish in the region.
One man died last week after falling overboard while fishing in Cook Inlet near Homer,…