The thing about Pacific Marine Expo — AKA Fish Expo — is that it allows me to get away on a Fish Wife Vacation and do things that I genuinely love.
If you’ve got a story to tell, pull up to the burn barrel. The FisherPoets will make room for you. Join them in Astoria, Feb. 22-24.
Contrary to all expectations, commercial catches of Pacific halibut were increased for 2019 in all but one Alaska region.
Captain Vinh Pham, 41, of San Jose, Calif., is being charged for killing a 9-foot great white shark.
Washington’s Wegley Boats has built a business — and boats — that will last.
The Dzawada’enuxw First Nation filed a claim in Vancouver federal court last Thursday against Canada’s federal government for authorizing licenses for 10 fish farms in tribal waters without consulting or seeking consent from the group.
The U.S. Coast Guard has signed off on a Jones Act waiver for America’s Finest, ending a nearly two-year ordeal regarding the ship due to the amount of foreign processed steel used in its construction.
“Get Hooked” is a week-long initiative to recognize restaurants that provide the in-season harvest to their patrons by spotlighting the local catch and area chefs who bring them to plate.
The Washington State Department of Ecology is accepting comments on permit renewals for four Cooke Aquaculture net-pen facilities in the state.
First dubbed the “salmon girl” at the age of 16, Jacqui Shaffer’s path to commercial fishing began with a large wooden sign advertising Desire Fish Co. in her hometown of Bellingham, Wash.
[Editor’s note: This story was originally published in the February 2010 issue of National Fisherman.]…
The Dungeness boat Mary B II capsized in crossing the bar in Newport, Ore.’s Yaquina…