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Hawaii's bigeye tuna fishery is worth more than $100 million annually. Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center photo.
Seafood sustainability foundation reports most world tuna stocks in good shape
The Reel E' Bugging, a vessel featured on the National Geographic series Wicked Tuna, burned 34 miles east of Barnegat Light, N.J. Nov. 5, 2020. Coast Guard photo.
‘Wicked Tuna’ crew survives boat fire
A survey vessel towing an airgun array during a seismic survey . International Association of Geophysical Contractors photo.
Atlantic seismic survey permits expiring; oil exploration ‘back to square one’
Richard "Chuddy" Alley lands the first bluefin tuna of the 1970 season on the F/V Suzanne in Islesford, Maine. Ralph Tate and Ricky Alley help Chuddy horse the harpooned the 738-pounder onto the deck.
Flashback Friday: 50 Years Ago | September 1970
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Three new boats join the Wicked Tuna cast this season: Wasabi out of Saco, Maine; Kraken out of Seabrook, N.H.; and Fat Tuna out of Beverly, Mass.
Wicked Tuna: Maine captains debut on bluefin tuna reality show this week
Bluefin tuna. NOAA photo.
NOAA proposal would change bluefin tuna bycatch rules
Summer anglers run afoul of tuna rules
A Pacific bluefin tuna. Monterey Bay Aquarium photo.
Japan's proposal to boost bluefin tuna catch rejected
Nat Geo's "Wicked Tuna" counts down to its 100th episode. PFTV photo.
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