Thomas Orlando 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.
Industry promises heavy opposition to petition that would cut time on the water.
A historical state-by-state account of the Coastal Conservation Association’s mid-1990s push to drive net fishermen from the entire Gulf of Mexico.
Louisiana’s crab industry is in a state of flux, with crabbers adjusting to new seasonal restrictions amid questions of how changes will affect prices.
North Carolina environmental officials are on the hunt for a new director to take the lead at the state Division of Marine Fisheries.
A bill that would open part of the Mississippi Sound for shrimping a month ahead of the traditional June start is headed to the desk of Gov. Phil Bryant.
National Fisherman’s “Who we are” briefly profiles fishermen from fisheries around the United States.
North Carolina’s shrimp industry could face sweeping changes in 2018 following a controversial decision by the Marine Fisheries Commission.