On Oct. 30, 2017, the 39-year-old, steel-hulled Ben & Casey was about six miles offshore when the propeller and the boat sank.
Taking stock of the Florida communities devasted by Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 storm that caused an estimated $14.5 billion in damages.
Retirement isn’t for everyone. A perfect example is 71-year-old Peter Darna who has fished his whole life, as did his father and grandfather before him.
Jones served for 34 years on Capitol Hill and in the North Carolina Legislature. Throughout his career, he was a bright supporter of the state’s commercial fishing industry.
For the 2019 Gulf of Mexico shrimping season, industry members expect the market for their wild product to remain stable for at least the first half of the year
The North Atlantic right whale population off Florida’s East Coast is going through a baby boom, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, which announced that its team spotted the fifth calf of the current birthing season last week.
A shrimp boat from Wanchese, N.C., ran aground at Cape Hatteras National Seashore just before dawn on Monday, Feb. 4.
Whether or not you’re a stakeholder in the Gulf Coast or South Atlantic fisheries, this act is a sign of things to come.
Eastern Shipbuilding of Panama City, Fla., has at long last righted the North Star, Glacier…
Red snapper is back, according to Gulf of Mexico fishermen.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is seeking additional funding to help coastal communities deal with the damages weathered by the state’s fisheries following Hurricane Florence.