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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
The Nobska on fire before the crew was rescued, as recorded by a Coast Guard HC-144 aircraft. Coast Guard image.
NTSB: Hydraulic leak triggered fire on Georges Bank trawler
Lou Goodreau, center, flanked by New England Fishery Management Council Executive Director Tom Nies, left, and council chair Eric Reid. NEFMC photo.
Longtime New England council economist honored
State of Maine's BOEM application map. State of Maine image.
Gulf of Maine wind task force to meet May 19
NMFS is stepping up fishery observers' coverage in the Northeast – and promising to ensure their safety. NMFS photo.
NMFS pushing observer safety as it steps up Northeast coverage
This Russian trawler coming out of the Tersan yard in 2019 is powered by an 11,000-hp MAN V-14 diesel and turn a 14-foot-diameter propeller. Tersan Shipyard photo.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, new sanctions affect global seafood markets
After five seasons of extensive and costly restoration that improved performance and safety, the Alaska Spirit heads north in January 2022, ready to bring in a return on the O’Hara Corp.’s investment. O’Hara Corp. photo
Feeling the Alaska Spirit
Keith Singleton of Alaskan Leader (middle) accepts the Bristol Bay Choice Award from Lilani Dunn and Michael "MJ" Jackson of the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association.
Seaweed, salmon and sablefish win big in Alaska seafood competition
The venerable Alaska trawl fleet and processing vessels undergo maintenance and upgrades in Seattle in late November. By January most of them were back in Alaska waters fishing long nights and short days. Paul Molyneaux photo
Look-Sea: A Walk Among the Giants
The Feb. 23-25 wind lease auction for the New York Bight broke all records for offshore energy leasing. BOEM graphic.
New York Bight wind auction shatters U.S. records
NF January 1979 Boatbuilding Feature on Joseph Correia’s dragger JoAnna
Flashback Friday: Refloating a sunken dragger from Boston Harbor
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