Maine is implementing a new lottery system for licenses to fish for baby eels, or elvers, in the 2018 season.
NMFS Greater Atlantic Regional Administrator John Bullard recently announced that he will be retiring on Jan. 5, 2018.
Strongback Metal Boats is taking its boatbuilding business back to Bellingham, Wash., where Pat Pitsch and his son, Rory, started the shop in 2008.
As predicted, Alaska fishermen are getting higher prices for their salmon this year.
After a mid-decade explosion resulting from heavy exports into Asian markets, spiny lobster prices are calming, but not enough to raise concerns.
Canadian fisherman Joe Howlett, 59, was struck and killed by a whale he had freed from an entanglement on Monday, July 10.
Cause of Action Institute is suing NOAA in attempt to obtain employee instant message records that the agency considers off the record exchanges.
Seven Alabama men racked up hundreds of charges apiece after illegally spearing 320 spiny lobsters…
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council recently announced the appointment of David Witherell as the council’s executive director.
Shortly before 11 a.m., on Saturday, Lorin Dixson posted in a West Coast fishing Facebook…
The Young Fishermen’s Development Act, modeled after a federal agriculture program, aims to bolster success and succession in U.S. fisheries.