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Stacks of lobster pots cover a wooden pier on a bay in New England. Maine Lobster Institute photo.
Whale activists file objection to Gulf of Maine lobster fishery certification
Three people and two dogs were rescued before the 70-foot motor yacht Elusive was destroyed by fire June 18 on the Piscataqua River between New Hampshire and Maine. N.H. State police marine patrol photo.
Lobsterman helps save three people, two dogs from burning yacht
Black Cod with Miso at Nobu Barcelona, made with Alaska sablefish (black cod). Beth Short-Rhoads photo.
Half a World Away
The Kodiak crabber Odin's Eye left Giddings Boatworks May 31 with new sponsons and more crab pot capacity. Ty Rouse photo.
New sponsoning jobs at Giddings Boatworks
Kyle Grant, center, lands a bluefin at the 2018 Bluefin Blowout in Gloucester, Mass. Grant’s fish dressed out at 630-pounds and earned him second place. He is glad to see it back after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. F/V Battlewagon photo.
Bluefin Blowout is back
Three North Atlantic right whales feeding at the water surface in Cape Cod Bay. Brigid McKenna/Center for Coastal Studies photo, under NOAA research permit #19315-01.
New York wind developers, environmental groups sign agreement on right whales
Chloe Ivanoff holds up a slab of a sockeye caught near Kodiak. Ivanoff family photo.
Salmon season opens, with all eyes on sockeye potential
Higher costs and supply chain issues forced Peter Pan to set a lower base this season. Justin Del Boulter photo.
Alaska salmon processor sets Bristol Bay sockeye price at $1 per pound
Major ports for the Atlantic surf clam fishing fleet. Surf clam habitat on the continental shelf lies in waters between 30 and 160 feet depth. Rutgers University graphic.
Surf clam fleet could take big hit from offshore wind
NOAA ships and planes: collect the whole fleet in trading cards!
Keynote speaker Bob Desautel addresses the crowd at the 2016 Pacific Marine Expo.
Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers appoints new Chairman of the Board: Bob Desautel
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