When I toured Taylor Shellfish Co. in Shelton, Wash., last fall, I had no idea of the scale of success I would see in this quiet little town.
New findings offer a glimmer of hope in the face of widespread panic about the future of the planet’s coral reefs as a result of ocean acidification.
Jim Balano is reluctant to label himself a fisherman. “I would feel like a fraud…
In the midst of extended coverage of the Jones Act entanglement of America’s Finest in Anacortes, Wash., hearing Jones Act on the East Coast at a small oyster growers’ dock was a bit of a jolt.
The implementation of the Magnuson Act in 1976 heralded a significant change in American fisheries…
Everyone is talking salmon, halibut and blackcod, but we’re already looking forward to rainy fall days in Seattle.
If the government is going to electronically monitor fishermen, how about monitoring government employees to ensure proper management of our tax dollars?
Thomas Olander is a young fisherman by most people’s standards — only 24 — but he’s spent nearly all of those years on Louisiana waters.
Picture the short, round, gray-haired fishwife pushing her fishbox across the stage, dusting it off, and stepping up to the microphone. I’m on a rant.
As Alaska’s budget deadline approaches, the disastrous effects a legislative impasse could have on the state’s fisheries have come into sharp focus.
When it comes to safety, a small investment of your time could pay dividends in years on your life.