Representatives of the seafood and fishing industry in four Gulf of Mexico states took a trip to Maine to tour the state’s aquaculture facilities.
Despite attempts shut down the inshore southern flounder fishery in North Carolina, an uncertain season is turning into a successful one.
Florida officials are investigating a video that shows a hooked shark being dragged at high speeds behind an outboard-powered boat.
After a mid-decade explosion resulting from heavy exports into Asian markets, spiny lobster prices are calming, but not enough to raise concerns.
Seven Alabama men racked up hundreds of charges apiece after illegally spearing 320 spiny lobsters…
A commercial category has been added to Florida’s Lionfish Challenge to cull the invasive species from the state’s waters.
Thomas Olander is a young fisherman by most people’s standards — only 24 — but he’s spent nearly all of those years on Louisiana waters.
Unsettled weather in Florida is contributing to another down year for mullet.
Florida lobster fishermen are recovering from a massive fire that destroyed 20,000 traps and eight vessels early Monday morning.
An increasing number of Louisiana shrimpers say they want state officials to take a closer look at how harvesting seasons are set.
Abundant in the seas and favored at the table, yellowfin tuna remains steady following last year’s rebound, with both supply and demand in good balance.