Current Issue: December 2018
THE STORM’S WAKE
Commercial fishing families are assessing damages after Hurricane Florence swept through coastal hubs.
IN HIS BLOOD
For young B.C. fisherman Mark Anthony Roberts, the drive to keep up the family fishing tradition was inevitable.
As escalating trade tariffs shut down Chinese export markets, U.S. seafood dealers try to remain optimistic.
In July, the city of Gloucester, Mass., celebrated the launch of the overhauled 55-foot clam boat Bing Bing.
New technology helps U.S. naval architects optimize hull designs in a fickle regulatory climate.
AROUND THE YARDS
Maine-made boat heads west; Squid boat boosts fish hold; Up a creek to survive the storm
Kinematics net roller back in the spotlight; handmade, rugged stainless steel bait cans
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