The 12 fishermen charged were prosecuted for illegally harvesting 31,306 pounds of Atlantic striped bass in 2009 and 102,296 pounds in 2010.
Captain Genevieve McDonald heads to Augusta from Stonington, Maine’s lobster capital Lobster captain Genevieve McDonald,…
On Election Day, Nov. 6, Alaska voted on Ballot Measure 1, the Stand for Salmon…
One thing fishing operations large and small agree on: There are plenty of swordfish in…
The surf clam fishery — typically centered from the Mid-Atlantic states to northern New Jersey — continues to shift northward.
Despite the too-close-to-call governor’s race, tariffs are the leading topic ASMI’s All Hands on Deck meeting in Anchorage this week.
The Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission have voted unanimously to support a multi-year study to prevent whale entanglements off the Oregon coast.
A U.S. Federal Court in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. has issued a ruling that is intended to protect salmon and steelhead trout in the Columbia River basin from rising water temperatures.
Both proposals rejected by the Alaska Board of Fisheries claimed that hatchery fish are out competing wild salmon for food in the open ocean.
Divers recovered the body of Scott Chandler, a 51-year-old West Jonesport, Maine, lobsterman, on Tuesday evening after he went overboard in the morning.
After several years of consideration, nine nations and the European Union agreed to a moratorium on commercial fishing across 1.1 million square miles of the Arctic.
Alaska’s inshore cod fishery got a significant upgrade at the state’s Board of Fisheries meeting last week — an increase in the fleet’s allocation of the Bering Sea cod quota.