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The nearly finished 261-foot Alaska factory trawler North Star is currently resting on its starboard side in the waters of Saint Andrews Bay, Fla.,
A new study in the September 2018 issue of Journal of Safety Research focuses on injuries to people working below-deck while processing the catch.
Though a few factors ganged up to threaten the traditional opener of the Oregon Dungeness crab fishery, the fleet of more than 400 vessels went on to put in a banner year.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit from commercial fishing groups that challenged presidential authority to establish the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument.
The assessment indicates the northern shrimp population remains severely depleted, spawning stock biomass remains at the same low levels that has left the fishery shuttered since the 2013 season.
Preliminary harvest data for 2018 suggests the harvest will wind up around 175,940 pounds, down sharply from the 380,912 pounds that diggers dug just five years ago.
In mid-September, Miss. fishermen were facing a proposal that would have set a one-mile commercial finfish net exclusion zone around Cat Island.
Salmon that begin their lives in Alaska hatcheries often save the day for thousands of…
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The New England Fishery Management Council voted this week to significantly scale back herring catch limits for over the next three years.
Concerns raised by the maritime and commercial fishing industries now have federal officials considering wider buffer areas between proposed offshore wind power turbines.