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The East Side Boat Shop launched the “Yes Dear,” a 41 Libby, for a Rockland lobsterman. East Side Boat Shop photo.
Libby boats designed to pack a lot of weight; diesel record set at Maine lobster boat races
Fred Wahl Marine Construction sponsoned and lengthened the Winona J. Fred Wahl Marine Construction photo.
Oregon yard extends a couple of crabbers; dragger and crabber repaired at Washington shop
NMFS funding $2.2 million for bycatch reduction projects
Full pot of Southeast Alaska Dungeness crab. ASMI/Channel Films photo
Alaska crab: Dungies down, Bering Sea eyes bycatch
A crew member and a dog are hoisted to a Coast Guard helicopter during the Sept. 12 rescue of the crew of the fishing vessel Royal off Oregon. Coast Guard video image.
Coast Guard rescues fishermen, dog off Oregon
The trawler Virginia Marise from Point Judith, R.I., near the Block Island Wind Farm. Deepwater Wind photo.
Fishing advocates appeal BOEM Vineyard Wind approval
Alaska cod sandwich with pickled vegetables. Sodexo photo
Northern Lights: Q&A with Sodexo’s Chef Lloyd Mann
Researchers mapped out hot spots of right whales sighted in seven wind energy areas off southern New England, and how those have shifted in recent years. Image from Quintana-Rizzo et al. 2021/Endangered Species Research.
Balance of power: BOEM and states look at compensation for fishermen; endangered whales pose challenge to developers
Enough power, but not too much. Integrity Machining photo
Switch hitting with slinkies: Integrity Machining dials in perfect balance for blackcod haulers
Two speeds are better than one. ZF Marine photo
An outboard with smooth moves: ZF Marine introduces new two-speed outboard transmission
Equipped with a Fred Wahl designed and built crane, the lengthened Keta will be able to handle more crab pots and quota. Fred Wahl Marine Construction photo
In the long run: The 45-year-old F/V Keta gets a stretch to increase her capacity in Alaska’s king crab fishery
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