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This 36' x 15' aluminum Cajun-built vessel has been transformed from a North Carolina skimmer shrimp trawler to a Chesapeake Bay oyster dredge boat. Larry Chowning photo.
Cajun shrimp boat gets a second act with Virginia oysters
CatchCam underwater video camera launched at Pacific Marine Expo
Ray Giometti, business and operations manager for Fishermen's Terminal at the Port of Seattle, speaks to Maritime High School students at Pacific Marine Expo 2022. Britton Spark photo.
Pacific Marine Expo connects Maritime High School students with industry
A Kodiak-based groundfish trawler. Alaska Whitefish Trawlers Association photo.
White House ocean climate plan must include fishermen’s ecological knowledge, advocates say
Dungeness crabs sampled for quality testing. California Department of Fish and Wildlife photo.
Another crab-less California Thanksgiving
Fresh catch from the Maine lobster boat Ivy Jean in Portland, Maine. Doug Stewart photo.
Maine leaders caution lobster crisis will persist with rule delay
John Connelly, the late longtime president of the National Fisheries Institute. NFI image.
NFI president John Connelly passes
BOEM's proposal for eight wind energy areas off the central U.S. Atlantic coast covers about 1.7 million acres, down from 3.9 million acres in the agency's original call area in April 2022. BOEM graphic.
BOEM adapts Gulf of Mexico wind planning to central Atlantic
Alaska Symphony of Seafood winners announced
The Coast Guard rescued two people who jumped from the sinking 35-foot commercial fishing vessel Heathers Breeze as it sank Nov. 17 approximately five miles from Engelhard, N.C. in Pamlico Sound. Coast Guard video image.
Two rescued from sinking in Pamlico Sound
Outbreaks of red tide algae have appeared along the Southwest Florida coast, prompting public health warnings. Shane Dooley photo.
After Hurricane Ian, red tide returns to Southwest Florida
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