Maine lobstermen generally get along, but the fishery does have a history of lobstermen getting cross-wise over territorial and personal disputes.
New Bedford, Mass., Mayor Jon Mitchell expressed concerns about the effects of marine monument designations on the fishing industry.
A 31′ 6″ x 11′ wooden lobster boat offers something slightly different for Stonington, Maine shipbuilder Peter Buxton.
Carlos “the Codfather” Rafael is set to plead guilty to evading fishing quotas as part of a settlement he reached with the government.
Maine lobster is booming, but many lobstermen say middlemen are making the biggest gains.
The niche northern Gulf of Maine scallop fleet brought its territory back from the brink and now hopes to keep it that way.
The New England Fishery Management Council is considering coral protection measures in three areas in the Gulf of Maine that could be a big blow to state lobstermen.
The small amount of northern shrimp fishermen are allowed to catch this season is appreciated by scientists and coveted by consumers.
America’s fascination with sushi hasn’t done much for the business of U.S. fishermen, but a movement is afoot in New England to change that.
In late February 1862, a gale out of the Northwest hit 70 schooners from the Gloucester fishing fleet that were anchored on Georges Bank.
A 21-year-old Warren man was sentenced Thursday, Jan. 26, to three months in jail for…