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Velocity Marine and Fabrication's 32-foot through-picker will have a power roller at the bow and stern and a swiveling gill net drum in the center of the boat. Velocity Marine rendering.
Through-pickers preferred by more Bristol Bay fishermen
Seven must-have free apps for commercial fishing: 2022
Dwight Staples, a lobsterman and boatbuilder from Stonington, Maine. speaks at an Oct. 12 rally in Portland protesting new regulations on the fleet. Doug Stewart photo.
Protesting lobstermen call on Maine to join lawsuit against NOAA
Jerry Dzugan, executive director of the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association, will step down from the post after 36 years. AMSEA photo.
Jerry Dzugan to step down from AMSEA top post
Red king crab. NOAA photo.
Alaska shuts down crab seasons after dismal survey results
Lobstermen haul traps off the coast of Maine. Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative photo.
Maine Lobstermen’s Association seeks expedited federal appeal
Winfred and Faith Melle Alley fish and lobster together on their new boat, the Faith Melle, a Libby 34 hull with a 425 Cummins engine. Jay Perrotta photo.
Some Maine lobstermen build their boats more for racing than fishing
Pacific Marine Expo Preview: How are commercial fishing concerns being factored into the offshore wind development process?
Chinook salmon in Washington's Elwha River. NOAA photo.
Report says dam removal key to restoring Columbia River salmon and steelhead
A Coast Guard rescue swimmer drops off after loading a survivor into a basket for hoisting into an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter 25 miles off Empire, La., Oct. 9, 2022. Coast Guard video image.
Coast Guard rescues three fighting off sharks
The Maine-based Ocean Renewable Power Company has developed turbines to capture, hydrokinetic energy—tidal and river flow—and turn it into sustainable electric power for coastal and riverine communities. ORPC photo.
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