Too many purple sea urchins and not enough bull kelp continues to stymie California’s red urchin dive industry.
California fishermen fight to save the Dungeness crab fishery
after a three-year spike in whale entanglements
Boycotting king salmon may make you feel like you’re contributing to the cause. But the fish is already caught. Fishermen fish to quotas, not restaurant orders.
Cell phones are being used by fishermen on the West Coast to bounty hunt for pay for lost fishing gear.
It was a banner season for Bristol Bay salmon, but not so much for the rest of Alaska’s salmon fishermen. Still it was better than the slim season most California fishermen got.
This fall, the show we lovingly call Fish Expo returns to Seattle’s CenturyLink Field Event Center for a Sunday to Tuesday run, Nov. 18-20.
All eyes and ears were on water temperatures and foreign trade tariffs as seiners hit their strides in the West Coast squid season.
As the fleet readied for this year’s season, questions remained whether last year’s sparse concentrations of albacore would go down as an anomaly or part of a trend
A bill that would allow officials and local tribes to lethally remove sea lions from specific areas of the Columbia River passed its first hurdle on Tuesday with a 288-116 vote in the U.S. House of Representatives.
After finishing up its 21st annual event, the FisherPoets Gathering reflects on its start and the tradition of commercial fishing community storytelling.
Celebrating and remembering the life and many boats of industry icon Wilburn Hall.
The abundance of smaller fish this year and the corresponding price per unit have created a market dynamic like the industry hasn’t seen in recent history.