Landings for West Coast albacore tuna fell below 2017 landings and below the 20-year average…
Pebble Mine assessment based on shaky science, lack of information, say fisheries researchers When Dr. Daniel…
After a rogue wave strike in the Bering Sea, the trawler Progress goes under the knife to be sponsoned and lengthened at Fred Wahl’s yard in Oregon.
In a settlement over whale entanglement, California’s Dungeness crab fishermen dodge a multiyear closure, but lose the spring season.
The Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations has intervened in a lawsuit that claims federal management of West Coast salmon fisheries is endangering orca whales.
California’s 2015-16 Dungeness and rock crab fisheries were declared a disaster more than 2 1/2 years ago. The Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission has at long last received those funds to be dispersed.
West Coast fishing communities earned millions of dollars from a trial program allowing fishermen to cash in on rebounding rockfish populations
West Coast swordfish stocks are on the upswing, but Homeland Security stipulations could mean fewer of them will be offloaded at docks in California.
Ryland Bell chases powder days across the globe by winter and salmon throughout Southeast Alaska by summer, getting paid for both.
The owner-operator of the ill-fated Oregon Dungeness boat Mary B II tested positive for amphetamine,…
California Dungeness crabbers draw the short straw again this season.