Changes to Northeast Cod, Flounder Fishery Up For Discussion

BOSTON (AP) — Federal fishing managers are looking to change some of the rules governing important species of food fish this year, and they're seeking … [Read more...]

Safe Passages Through the Past

HYANNIS - The floating lighthouses that once occupied the channels around Cape Cod are long gone, lost to storms, failed moorings, collisions, … [Read more...]

Still no Recreational Cod Fishing in Gulf of Maine This Year

BOSTON (AP) — Federal fishing managers say rules for recreational fishing of cod and haddock off New England are staying the same for the time being, … [Read more...]

NOAA Maintains East Coast Bluefish Catch Rules For This Year

BOSTON (AP) — Federal fishing regulators say catch quotas and regulations for Atlantic bluefish will be about the same this year as they were in … [Read more...]

Fewer Dogfish to be Commercially Fished on East Coast in ’19

BOSTON (AP) — Federal fishing regulators say they're reducing the quota for a small species of shark that is fished commercially off the East … [Read more...]

Hearing Is Believing: Our Oceans Are Getting Louder

CHATHAM - Chris Clark has made a life of listening to whales and was invited to a Congressional hearing to speak on the threat seismic testing for oil … [Read more...]

Not Just One Fish, Two Fish; Managers Look At Ecosystem-Based Policies

CHATHAM - Fishery managers on the West Coast were already being updated about what was happening in the broader ecosystem, not just fish stocks. Then … [Read more...]

Fish For Families, Food For Thought

CHATHAM - “Fish for Families” is one of our many collaborations that makes me proud to head up the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance. Since … [Read more...]

All Things Shellfish

CHATHAM - At the University of Maine Machias, Brian Beal is trying to grow razor clams. These high-value, fast-moving clams need to burrow in sand and … [Read more...]

Interest In The Blue Economy Burns Red Hot For Students

CHATHAM - A decade ago, Jon Hagenstein was doing what most young Cape Codders do – leaving. But after college, and some time away, he came back and … [Read more...]
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