The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed the Coast Guard Reauthorization Act on Tuesday, Nov.…
LEDs used for navigation, searchlights and interior lighting can adversely affect VHF frequencies as well as AIS and DSC signals.
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission voted to cancel not only the 2019 Maine shrimp season, but the 2020 and 2021 seasons as well.
A federal grand jury has indicted a 27-year-old Mexican man on several charges related to a fatal rampage aboard the 82-foot scalloper Captain Billy Haver off the coast of Massachusetts in September.
It’s that time of year again — fishermen from the Pacific Northwest lined up to compete in the ultimate test of fishing skills at Pacific Marine Expo today.
Conditions off Maine’s mid-coast were not good the night of Nov. 14. No one knew that better than the four crewmen of the Aaron & Melissa II.
This devotional to the fishing life is also golden in more than name. Each page turns with glimmers of the ways in which fishing life is full of natural beauty and abundance.
The Alaska Symphony of Seafood announced its winners from the show floor of Pacific Marine Expo, awarding the gluten-free pollock-based noodle first place in the Retail category as well as winner of the Seattle People’s Choice award.
Jeremy Woodrow, the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute’s Communications Program director, will serve as the group’s…
New technology helps U.S. naval architects optimize
hull designs in a fickle regulatory climate.
BBRSDA was at Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle this week, promoting new ice totes they hope will allow them to get more and better ice to Bristol Bay’s fleet
Overboard deaths have declined 47 percent in the fishing industry since 2000, possibly as result of better training, awareness and equipment.