Cathy McDaniels, 61, is on the water just about every day pulling crab pots.
The red snapper tug of war in the Gulf of Mexico is being stretched to the limit in 2017, and the recreational fish grab is alive and well.
It’s hard to be the voice of reason vs. billions in global sales. If you can’t compete with a colorful fan of international bills, good luck making your voice heard over the din of ca-chings.
On the morning of Sept. 16, fog had reduced visibility to about 50 yards over the waters near Pumpkin Ledge when two lobster boats collided.
About 10,000 people streamed into Fishermen’s Terminal in Seattle on Saturday, Sept. 23, for the…
The Working Waterfront Festival returned to New Bedford, Mass., on Sept. 23 with locals and visitors from afar filling the waterfront to dive into a taste of the fishing life and learn about the port’s commercial fleet.
After Trump’s election, there has been plenty to be unsure about. I do not want to be unsure about the role of women in Bristol Bay.
OK, OK, I get it! Carlos Rafael, aka, “The Codfather,” has done some pretty reprehensible things while amassing what seemingly is the largest percentage of ownership of the U.S. multispecies groundfish fleet.
Artificial intelligence is going to be a game changer over the next decade. AI lighting technology is already here and it’s just the beginning.
It’s time to take a time out. Maybe not a long one, just a few minutes to think about what we’re doing.
As if the commercial fishing life isn’t romantic enough, consider the collaboration of Max Mezich and Jenni Baker, two 22-year-olds, who fell in love then took their piscine passions to the back deck of a salmon gillnetter.