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.
Maine lobstermen generally get along, but the fishery does have a history of lobstermen getting cross-wise over territorial and personal disputes.
Representatives of the National Coalition for Fishing Communities urge bipartisan reform of the marine monument and sanctuary designation processes.
A new dredge offers an off-the-shelf option for dayboat scallopers — but there’s a catch.
The Coast Guard cutter Alert and good Samaritan vessels fight a losing battle against a fire raging aboard the tuna seiner Mondego in 1967.
Pebble Mine critics have a simple question: “What is the advantage of risking the infinite salmon resource for the short-term gain of the metals resource?”
Words cannot express the sorrow with which I report an event like the disappearance of the Bering Sea crabber Destination on Feb. 11.
It’s never the first one, one of their brothers said.
They probably took a big wave that put them on their side,
then another and another… the only ones who know
for sure are at the bottom of the ocean.
National Fisherman’s “Who we are” briefly profiles fishermen from fisheries around the United States.
A letter from skipper-owner Rob Seitz on NGO involvement in management of the California groundfish fishery.