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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
Dungeness crab boat Terry F. broke up and washed ashore off Westport, Wash., after setting out in rough weather on Saturday, Feb. 13, 2021. Washington Department of Ecology photo
Crab captain loses boat, home, truck and dog on dump day
Clem Tillion of Halibut Cove, Alaska
Flashback Friday: Clem Tillion takes the lead on Alaska’s fisheries policy
Longliners tied up at Honolulu's Pier 38. Photo courtesy HawaiiSeafood.org.
Hawaii longliners seek temporary visas for foreign crew
Consequences: Rain check
A Maine lobster boat passes between Ram Island Ledge lighthouse and Portland Head Light in Casco Bay. Jessica Hathaway photo
Task-Maskers: New rule requires commercial fishermen to mask at all times
Fairhaven Shipyard built the 90-foot clammer Joey D for Oceanside Marine. She was designed by Farrell & Norton Naval Architects. Steve Kennedy photo.
Massachusetts yard delivers 90-foot clammer; Maine boatshop building lobster-dragger combo
Uncovering Pebble Mine: Grand jury probe, FOIA requests dig into political tactics
Atlantic herring. NOAA photo
Alaska herring: Stocks on the rise, but fleet is not finding the right-sized fish
Pollock catcher-processor Alaskan Defender. Global Seas Photo
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Oil platforms off the California coast. BOEM photo.
West Coast lawmakers try again for drilling ban
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