As domestic demand for blackcod increases, aquaculture interests pursue farming the fish, threatening fisheries in Alaska and on the West Coast.
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.
The launch date of new catcher-processor America’s Finest will be decided by lawyers and politicians, instead of the shipyard in Washington state.
California needs to fix a $20 million budget shortfall and wants to raise funds by increasing landing fees for the commercial fishing fleet.
The 2017 West Coast sardine season has been scuttled for lack of substantial biomass — at least from the current stock assessment modeling.
Record rain and snowfall over the winter was not enough to save California salmon fishermen from yet another summer of limited fishing and closures.
After nearly 20 years off the market, a small, tasty, pink scallop — once a symbol of Puget Sound’s thriving and diverse seafood sector — mounts a comeback.
The Coast Guard cutter Alert and good Samaritan vessels fight a losing battle against a fire raging aboard the tuna seiner Mondego in 1967.
The state of Washington continues to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of Alaska’s fishing industry.
A letter from skipper-owner Rob Seitz on NGO involvement in management of the California groundfish fishery.
A bill aimed at better regulating foreign workers in Hawaii’s fishing fleets would require impractical record keeping.