Latest Fishing vessel Stories
In a final fling before Parliament 'recessed' for an 11 week summer holiday, the Lords European Union Committee made a disastrously ill informed recommendation to our dysfunctional government.
By Laine Welch, Alaska Journal of Commerce, Anchorage Jul. 20--Fishermen are seeing red flags as Congress retools the rules that will govern the U.S. Coast Guard through 2012. The USCG Act that was passed by the U.S.
By Dennis Taylor, The Monterey County Herald, Calif. Jul. 2--Monterey will never again be known as "The Sardine Capital of the World," as it was in the 1930s and '40s, but three fishing boats delivered 135 tons of sardines to Wharf No.
By Kevin Wadlow, Florida Keys Keynoter, Marathon Jun. 25--Even kayakers could find themselves needing a proposed federal permit regulating boating discharges, the Environmental Protection Agency says.
Text of report in English by Taiwanese Central News Agency website [By Deborah Kuo] Taipei, June 16 (CNA) - Naval vessels will be dispatched to escort agroup of legislators on their planned visit to the disputed Tiaoyutai Islands in the East China Sea, military spokeswoman Lisa Chi said Monday [16 June].
Brixham fishermen are reeling after the theft of hundreds of pounds of equipment during the weekend.
Fishing fleets around the world have agreed to use measures to prevent hooking albatross and other seabirds whose numbers are declining.
To glimpse the world Mike Mihale inhabits, one corner of the $1 billion a year commercial fishing industry in New York - and to see how fish goes from sea to table - an AP reporter and photographer spent time in the Atlantic on a Point Lookout trawler.
One of the nation's most ambitious plans to protect marine life was approved Friday when a state panel voted to ban or restrict fishing across more than 200 square miles of water off Central California.
By Tom Groening, Bangor Daily News, Maine Nov. 28--PORT CLYDE -- One fisherman died and another survived after their vessel sank Sunday about 80 miles east of Portland. Jim Weaver of Thomaston, a crewman aboard the Taylor Emily and believed to be in his late 30s, died.
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