Alaska salmon managers are hoping for the best and planning for the worst as lawmakers extend into a third special session to try and agree on a state budget.
Omega Shipyard has completed conversion work on two state-of-the-art menhaden steamers, the Windmill Point and Cockrell Creek.
The Prince William Sound drift fleet, Cordova locals and other fishermen are concerned about the status of the king salmon forecast for the Copper River.
An increasing number of Louisiana shrimpers say they want state officials to take a closer look at how harvesting seasons are set.
The Coast Guard is investigating three docked fishing vessels that caught fire at a marina in Craig, Alaska, early Sunday morning.
California needs to fix a $20 million budget shortfall and wants to raise funds by increasing landing fees for the commercial fishing fleet.
The legislation would establish a national program to support young people looking for careers in the commercial fishing industry.
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.
Pebble Mine is back on the table. Fishing interests rallied Friday against development in Alaska’s Bristol Bay watershed.
The Coast Guard cutter Tamaroa, famous for its rescue of sailors and downed aviators during the 1991 “Perfect Storm,” has completed its last mission.
The Coast Guard came to the aid of two fishermen Thursday morning in Nantucket Sound after their vessel’s engine room caught fire.