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The trawler Master Dylan ran aground and burned after being towed by the Master Dustin II. Coast Guard photo.
Generator explosion claimed shrimp trawler; NTSB recommends fuel cut-off valves outside engine rooms
Northern shrimp from the Gulf of Maine. NMFS photo.
Northeast Shrimp: Moratorium expires this year, but biomass still at bottom
The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Pelican out of Corpus Christi, Texas, tows the disabled 84-foot shrimp boat Aiden Boy after a collision with another fishing boat about 15 miles off Port O’Connor. U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Pelican photo
Video: Coast Guard rescues five crew off Texas coast
Dungeness crab. Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute photo
Alaska’s Dungeness crab prices double, halibut and blackcod also on the rise
The Miss. Kim capsized on the opening day of the South Carolina shrimp season. GoFundMe/Grace Sayre photo.
South Carolina shrimp boat capsizes on opening day of season
The Coast Guard and good Samaritan vessels responded to a capsized commercial lift boat on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, searching for people in the water 8 miles south of Grand Isle, La. U.S. Coast Guard photo
Fishermen aided search efforts after 13 lost in lift boat capsizing
Shrimp boats tied up in Venice, La. Creative Commons photo by Flickr user Finchlake2000.
USDA spends $70.9 million on domestic seafood
Cordova, Alaska. Cheryl Ess photo
Alaska’s salmon season starts soon, plus pot shrimp, Dungeness, halibut and more…
The crew of the 154-foot cutter Glen Harris and multiple good Samaritan vessels rescued six people from a capsized commercial lift boat off the coast of New Orleans on Tuesday, April 13. U.S. Coast Guard Eighth District
Storm capsizes boats off Louisiana coast, leaving 12 missing and one dead
Loggerhead turtle escaping a net equipped with a turtle excluder device. NOAA photo.
NMFS delays excluder rule for shrimp skimmer trawls
The Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion project, center, would release up to 75,000 cubic feet per second of sediment-laden water from the Mississippi River to rebuild wetlands in the eroded Barataria Basin. Louisiana Trustee Implementation Group image.
Shrimp, oyster damage mitigation in Mid-Barataria diversion plans
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