The Maine Lobstermen’s Association’s embrace of more activist law enforcement reflects the evolving lobster industry.
Leilani Luhrs lives and breathes commercial salmon gillnetting, even when she’s more than 700 miles away from her beach site out in the Native village of Togiak, Alaska.
NF Editor Jessica Hathaway explores Seward, Alaska, at the height of the spring blackcod and halibut season.
It’s been a long while since a Gamage yard has repaired or built a commercial fishing boat. It wasn’t always that way.
A historical state-by-state account of the Coastal Conservation Association’s mid-1990s push to drive net fishermen from the entire Gulf of Mexico.
“If you care about salmon fishing or any fishery, go to your meetings. You might be surprised by the end result.”
A new study reminds us that we cannot (yet) predict the behavior of a massive web of prey and predator species, nor assign them arbitrary definitions of ideal biomass.
Alex Todd is a 10th-generation fisherman from Chebeague Island, located about 10 miles off of Portland, Maine.
You are responsible for speaking up against budget cuts that may affect your business — programs without advocates make chopping block candidates.
An open letter to President Donald Trump on improving the intellectual infrastructure of fisheries management.
A letter sent on behalf of the National Coalition for Fishing Communities to newly appointed U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.