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Annual Fisherman of the Year contest.
Seattle Sessions: Expo is looking for speakers
Striped mullet. University of Florida photo.
Atlantic mullet: Production and prices down for roe, and red tide worries
Paul Stoffer installs a new plank on Defiance, a 1947 58-footer built in Tacoma for a Gig Harbor fisherman. Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op photo.
They saw a lot: Washington’s Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op is still buzzing
The final rule establishes coral protection areas around Georges Bank and in the Gulf of Maine. New England Fishery Management Council graphic.
Northeast coral protection rule finalized
Mike McGowan and Steve Schwartz off-load California king salmon at Fisherman's Wharf for the first deliveries of the 2021 summer commercial salmon season in San Francisco. Dennis Whitaker/Golden State Salmon Association photo
King me! San Francisco markets welcome first salmon of the season
Peter Pan Seafoods photo.
Peter Pan posts $1.10 per pound for Bristol Bay sockeye
Jeff McClean/NOAA/GARFO image
Meet the new NMFS director: Janet Coit
Aboard the Heather Anne out of Juneau, Alaska, Tyson Fick cuts off the head of a salmon prior to pressure bleeding. John McCarthy photo
Alaska salmon report: Low returns so far
Charter fishing vessel operators in the Gulf of Mexico are challenging NMFS electronic monitoring rules. Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council.
Gulf of Mexico charter operators fight back against lawsuit mandating electronic monitoring
Using art to sell engines, Killer and FPT Industrial aim to make a splash. Randy Wells photo
Killer revealed: Building a Bristol Bay gillnetter like no other
Southwind was one of the last round-stern deadrise boats built by George P. Butler at Reedville Marine Railway in Virginia. When Butler died in 1976, his son took over. Larry Chowning photo.
Butler family sells railway after 106 years; Butler-built classic wooden boats still at work
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