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Robert Browning and the F/V Lady Lee out of Garibaldi, Ore. Northeast Center for Occupational Health and Safety photo
Catch it when you can: On sleep and health in commercial fishing
An American eel in elver stage. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Julie Devers photo.
Maine elver fishery jumped in value by over 200 percent after rocky 2020
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
Alex Todd photo.
Northeast scallops: Prices high as rotational closures reduce supply, boost production costs
President Biden is considering whether to reverse the Trump administration executive order on fishing in the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts National Monument. NOAA image.
Biden administration may reinstate Northeast marine monument restrictions
A lobster dock at Point Judith, R.I. Rhode Island was among states that issued emergency permits enabling fishermen to sell directly to the public after the covid-19 pandemic shut down their usual markets. Sarah Smith/Rutgers University photo.
Going viral can be a nightmare: Here’s one way to handle it
Cape Cod lobster diver Michael Packard was momentarily swallowed by a foraging humpback whale June 11, 2021. Michael Packard photo via Provincetown Community Space/Facebook.
Cape Cod lobster diver’s Jonah moment
The Fisheries Survival Fund representing scallop fishermen urged BOEM to change its plans to offer offshore wind leases near important scallop habitat. Mid-Atlantic Ocean Data Portal image.
BOEM to offer New York Bight wind leases; scallop fishermen urge delay
The Syringa, a 36 Calvin lobster boat, pulled into Dana’s Boatshop to have its deck covered with a new rubber mat. Dana’s Boatshop photo.
Maine yard sends tuna boats to Massachusetts; lobstermen are laying down rubber decks
Getting rest in the season is a significant challenge for the crews who fish Alaska’s compact salmon season in Bristol Bay. Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association photo
Editor’s Log: Our family to yours
Kevin Wilson, deckhand on the F/V Curragh, standing on the back deck of a 32-foot salmon gillnetter on his first day of the season in Alaska’s Bristol Bay Naknek River fishing district. Kinematics Marine Equipment
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