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.
Gulf & South Atlantic
Florida fishermen have been hard at work elevating the local mullet to its rightful place among good-eating fish, but that market is hard to manage when the fishery hits a downward turn.
In the ongoing battle over who can manage the Gulf of Mexico’s red snapper seasons the best, states will now be given the opportunity to test their private angler reporting system
Immediately after Hurricane Irma blew through south Florida in early September 2017, about 154,000 of the 350,000 lobster traps deployed annually in the waters around the Florida Keys were severely displaced or lost.
The fresh and frozen markets are what appear to drive yellowfin in the United States.
City officials in Miami are urging the federal government to keep NOAA at its current…
The Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen’s Association wanted to test four trap designs to target lionfish, but a 3-year wait for federal approval has haulted the project.
Rescue and recovery tales from around the country and beyond. In this edition, two helicopter medevacs in Alaska, electrical issues near Trinidad and three fishermen rescued from Georgia waters.
North Carolina’s blue crab season started out on a good note but quickly dropped off when the weather turned cooler in March.
North Carolina’s Marine Fisheries Commission is being charged with doing business behind closed doors.