The results from the summer trawl surveys showed “substantial” drops in numbers of king crab and bairdi tanners in Bristol Bay.
A good Samaritan vessel and the Coast Guard came to the aid of a scallop…
The afternoon of Sept. 10, 2017, was not a particularly noteworthy day for the crew…
A Cushing, Maine, lobsterman charged with seaman’s manslaughter in the death of two crewmen nearly four years ago is expected to plead guilty next week.
American and Canadian negotiators have successfully brokered a deal to renew the Pacific Salmon Treaty.
The era of secret fishing spots is over, as reporting becomes a must to keep public trust.
Too many purple sea urchins and not enough bull kelp continues to stymie California’s red urchin dive industry.
Japanese fishing industry officials failed to win the approval of the international industry for its proposal to increase quotas for Pacific bluefin tuna.
On September 1, University of Maine marine sciences research professor Richard Wahle took over as the new director of the school’s Lobster Institute.
As Hurricane Florence bore down on the Carolina coast today, commercial fishing families have been preparing to ride out the storm.
Interstate regulators have decided to shut down the Gulf of Maine herring fishery until the end of the month, saying 97 percent of the quota has been landed.