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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
Gulf shrimp: September landings the region’s lowest since 2002
Pacific shrimp: With a good season in, signs are now promising for 2021
Ryan Bradley, executive director of Mississippi Commercial Fisheries United, helps deliver 36,000 meals of local shrimp to food banks across Mississippi. Dawn Ross photo
Mississippi shrimpers deliver catch to local food banks
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A trawler in North Carolina. North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries photo.
North Carolina state fisheries under legal attack
Hurricane Zeta was the third major storm to hit the Gulf coast within nine weeks. NASA Goddard image.
Hurricane Zeta scores third 2020 hit on Gulf Coast
In 1969, New England fishermen, mostly Mainers, landed 24 million pounds of shrimp, the most ever. Now the fishery has been closed since 2013. NOAA photo.
Northeast shrimp: Surveys canceled over covid, with no sign yet of recovery
Fish in a pen at the Ocean Era Velalla Farm demonstration project off Kona, Hawaii. Jeff Milisen/Ocean Era photo.
Feds move toward permitting offshore Florida fish farm
Seward, Alaska, is a top port for blackcod and halibut landings. Jessica Hathaway photo
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In 1957, Frank Patti Sr. returned from the Navy and took over the Guiding Star. Patti Marine photo.
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