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Commercial Fishing Photo Stories: Dungeness Crabbing- Puget Sound
Velocity Marine and Fabrication's 32-foot through-picker will have a power roller at the bow and stern and a swiveling gill net drum in the center of the boat. Velocity Marine rendering.
Through-pickers preferred by more Bristol Bay fishermen
CLIA Alaska photo.
Cruise lines, Alaska seafood and sustainability – a natural connection
A surprise for the day, the author catches a canary rockfish. “The biggest one I’ve seen in 30 years out here,” Goins says. “Probably 20 years old.” Paul Molyneaux photo.
At Sea - Oregon dory fishermen brave the waves before they can fish
The trawler Virginia Marise from Point Judith, R.I., near the Block Island Wind Farm. Deepwater Wind photo.
Fishing advocates seek new funding for offshore wind studies
Nick Furman served as executive director of the Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission for 22 years. Photo courtesy of the Furman family.
Longtime Oregon crab commission director Nick Furman remembered
Luke Williams photo.
Every boat a step up: Luke Williams builds a career adapting
The F/V Coastal Reign capsized on Oregon's Garibaldi Bar on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2021, killing two members of its four-person crew. Facebook photo
Coast Guard to present Coastal Reign accident findings
The 2020 Fisheries of the United States report shows an industry worth $4.8 billion - even with a 10 to 15 percent decline from covid-19. Doug Stewart photo.
NOAA says status report shows U.S. fisheries 'on track' with rebuilding
Oregon is starting a pilot project to recover lost Dungeness crab gear and reduce the potential for entanglements with protected marine species. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife photo.
Oregon to recover derelict Dungeness gear
Captain Eric Perez, Michael Cowan (unloader and helps stack the boat) Sam Walton, Chris Fiester, and Adam Keeler. Not pictured are Jordan Murphy and John Barnson (pictured at right).
Catching up with the Oregon-based Dungeness crab crew on the FV Carter Jon
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