Puget Sound was the scene of a protest flotilla on Saturday, Sept. 16, as organizers decried three decades of salmon farming in the region.
West Coast & Pacific
LEDs are finally getting their time to shine after being dialed in correctly for Pacific Northwest fisheries.
Production in key California harvest areas remains at a fraction of what divers harvest in an average year but the market is still hungry for uni.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has decided to put a hold on permits for new salmon farm net pens after thousands of farmed Atlantic salmon escaped last week.
As West Coast water temperatures begin to swing away from the El Niño effects of the last two years, squid populations have recovered.
More than a century in the making, family-owned Taylor Shellfish Co. has expanded well beyond the state of Washington and shows no signs of slowing.
Commercial salmon season began last week for California fishermen, but news of pending fishery disaster relief funds is hanging over the opener.
Hearings into the fatal Feb. 11 sinking of the 98-foot crabber Destination began Monday as Coast Guard officials explore what could’ve caused the accident.
A complaint was filed with an international commission in mid-July to investigate claims of human rights violations in Hawaii’s longline fishing fleet.