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Franklyn d’Entremont, once a superstar of the New England and Maritime Canadian swordfish harpoon fisheries, showed a photo of himself about to iron a fish back in the glory days. Monique D’Eon photo.
Jeremy Zirlott had to drop his price on 21-25 headless shrimp from $7 to $4.90 in order to compete in a market flooded with subsidized farmed shrimp. “I don’t know if we can stand another year of this,” he says. Paul Molyneaux photo.
Imports killing shrimp prices
While Mike Vernese sells the Slayer with power options including a Honda engine and a Porta bracket, Tohatsu engines also seem to be popular. All in all the hull, trailer and engine can cost fishermen around $45,000. Ugly Boats photo.
Slayer Skiffs: Multi-role boats for Gulf fishermen
A Carsoe autofreezer, a fully automated freezer line that produces precision-weighed fillet or surimi blocks. Carsoe photo.
Follow the leader
It’s always raining when a seine is coming through the block. Deck hands on the Silver Wave, test the Vallation Dark Rain series, while landing salmon from a set in Puget Sound in autumn 2021. Taylor Jackson photo.
Vallation outerwear offers a new ‘best defense’
Fishing vessels tied up at New Bedford, Mass. Doug Stewart photo.
New NMFS survey of commercial fishing expenses
Investigators conducted a Jan. 15 necropsy on a humpback whale that washed ashore at Brigantine, N.J. Preliminary findings showed the whale was struck by a vessel, according to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center. MMSC photo.
Federal regulators see no tie between whale deaths and offshore wind development
Dungeness crab. Oregon Sea Grant photo.
Northwest, Alaska crabbers strike for better prices
The Iron Gate Dam on the Klamath River is one of several expected to be removed in 2024. Credit: Thomas Dunklin/NOAA.
Federal approvals clear way for Klamath River dam removals
Recipes for the Boat: Roasted Shrimp with Rosemary and Thyme
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Electronic monitoring technologies help Alaska pollock fisheries
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