West Coast & Pacific
Gulf & South Atlantic
National & International
Boats & Gear
Onboard Handling & Processing
Commercial Fishing Photo Series
Around the Coast
Place a Classified Ad
North Pacific Focus
Get the Magazine
Manage Your Subscription
Get Fish eNews
Submit Crew Shots
Deckhand to Boat Owner Companion Budgeting Tool
Pacific Marine Expo
International WorkBoat Show
Seafood Expo North America/SPNA
Contribute to National Fisherman
Become a Member
Boats & Gear
Around the Coast
This wooden Chesapeake Bay deadrise crab boat may be the last to be hauled on the old Alex Burrell railway in Urbanna,Va. as new owners consider buying a Travelift. Larry Chowning photo.
Historic marine railways fading away
North Atlantic Right Whale jumping out of the water. Courtesy of NOAA Fisheries
NOAA announces plan for IRA funding for North Atlantic right whales
Governors warn Biden offshore wind projects ‘increasingly at risk of failing’
The 40-foot fiberglass-over-wood Spandex was delivered by Kinnamon Construction in Tilghman, Md., to a Virginia waterman. Larry Chowning photo
How fast can you dock your deadrise boat?
The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council started a process to allow on-demand or 'ropeless' gear in the black sea bass trap fishery from North Carolina to Florida. Photo by Bryan Fluech, UGA Marine Extension/Georgia Sea Grant.
South Atlantic council opens door to ‘ropeless’ fish trap gear
Hurricane Lee as of Wednesday 9/13/23. Photo Courtesy of NOAA/NESDIS/STAR.
Hurricane Lee's forecasted impact: major effects expected in Maine
The Empire Wind project is planned for two phases, totaling a potential 2.76 gigawatts production, with power export cables to New York City and Long Island. BOEM graphic.
BOEM completes environmental review for Empire Wind; developers seek 54 percent more money for NY power
The Virginia General Assembly approved $250,000 Sept. 6 to support and encourage blue catfish processing, flash freezing, harvesting and infrastructure projects in an effort to enhance the growth of a blue catfish fishery in Virginia. Larry Chowning photo
Virginia looks to expand blue catfish fishery and processing
The self-propelled barge is charged with oyster habitat restoration in the estuarine waters of North Carolina. N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries photo.
Pipeline recovery vessel has new life as oyster restoration barge
Hurricane Idalia and Hurricane Franklin roughing up the waters along the East Coast of the United States. Satellite image by NOAA
Life-threatening currents all along the East Coast
The Monmouth University Poll found there has been a steep decline in New Jersey public support for offshore wind since 2019. Monmouth University Poll graphic.
Poll: Public support for offshore wind power drops sharply in NJ
DSAR Requests / Do Not Sell My Personal Info
Events, Products & Services
© 2023 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.