Thomas Orlando 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.
Mitch Flagg, who fished herring and salmon with Beaver Nelson for 14 years, shares memories of his former employer.
The launch date of new catcher-processor America’s Finest will be decided by lawyers and politicians, instead of the shipyard in Washington state.
As the Trump administration gears up for a review of national monuments, one thing is certain: Get ready for a long fight.
The FishTrack app allows rod and reel fishermen to research water conditions and marine weather right from their mobile device before leaving the dock.
Memorial Day weekend means we’re getting close to the mid-June kickoff for Maine’s Lobster Boat Racing circuit.
Let’s get this out of the way: the term “oyster herpes” is gross. However, it’s not what you might think.
Spring is the season of firsts in many respects. In Alaska and Maine, it’s time to welcome the first salmon and crack the first lobster.