A Coast Guard crew conducting routine buoy maintenance on Monday found a navigational aid off Rhode Island riddled with bullet holes and partially sunk.
The Maine Lobstermen’s Association’s embrace of more activist law enforcement reflects the evolving lobster industry.
Leilani Luhrs lives and breathes commercial salmon gillnetting, even when she’s more than 700 miles away from her beach site out in the Native village of Togiak, Alaska.
President Trump’s “Buy American, Hire American” Executive Order has been positively received by some groups, who say it will boost domestic seafood.
NF Editor Jessica Hathaway explores Seward, Alaska, at the height of the spring blackcod and halibut season.
Fiberglass Privateers are increasingly popular among Mid-Atlantic commercial fishermen for everything from crab potting to gillnetting.
An Alaska legislative measure aims to create fisheries trusts in which permits could be bought and leased to fishermen who otherwise could not afford them.
The 2017 West Coast sardine season has been scuttled for lack of substantial biomass — at least from the current stock assessment modeling.
Record rain and snowfall over the winter was not enough to save California salmon fishermen from yet another summer of limited fishing and closures.
The United Fishermen of Alaska recently announced the election of four at-large board members and the addition of two new executive committee members.
It’s been a long while since a Gamage yard has repaired or built a commercial fishing boat. It wasn’t always that way.