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AMSEA's executive director Jerry Dzugan floats in an immersion suit as part of a training exercise. AMSEA photo.
Fisherman's Career Arc — Chapter 2 — Keeping Yourself Safe
What is going on in Bristol Bay?
The Coast Guard cutter Kimball, one of the latest in the National Security Cutter class, recently patrolled 3,600 miles in the Philippine Sea. The cutter’s law enforcement team conducted its first ever at-sea boarding, Feb. 10, 2021. Coast Guard photo.
New Coast Guard cutter conducts long-range Indo-Pacific fisheries patrol
Wolfgang Rain is chief coordinating officer for Sea Risk Solutions LLC. US Wind photo.
US Wind, Sea Risk Solutions to work on Delmarva fishermen outreach
The F/V Coastal Reign capsized on Oregon's Garibaldi Bar on Saturday, Feb. 20, killing two members of its four-person crew. Facebook photo
Deadly crabbing season continues with loss of two crew and the F/V Coastal Reign
BOEM is reviewing a draft environmental impact statement on plans by offshore wind developers Ørsted and Eversource to build up to 15 turbines for the South Fork Wind Farm. BOEM image.
Traffic lane, habitat alternatives for South Fork offshore wind project
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Scandies Rose: Coast Guard hearings
Trident Seafoods’ Aleutian Falcon caught fire at Tacoma’s Pier 12 late Wednesday, Feb. 17. Tacoma Fire Department photo
Port fire: Trident’s 233-foot Aleutian Falcon burns at the dock in Tacoma
The North Atlantic right whale #3230 ‘Infinity’ and calf when they were first sighted off Amelia Island, Fla., Jan. 17, 2021. Infinity is 19 years old and this was her first calf. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission photo/ NOAA permit #20556
Right whale calf killed by Florida boat strike
Handling ropeless gear adds time to a day's work. If a fisherman spends 5 or 10 minutes more per trawl, that can add up to hours in the course of a day. EdgeTech photo.
Ropeless gear bill introduced in California statehouse
The shrimp trawler Jimmy and Charlie Jr. ran aground at the mouth of the Altamaha River in Georgia Nov. 4, 2021. Jay Fleming photo.
Aground on the Altamaha; Georgia inlet claims a shrimper
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