Two fishery officers were being abused and rammedby the driver of the vessel while retrieving illegal craypots.
Gag grouper season for 2011 in the Gulf of Mexico has been shortened for long –term management development, says NOAA.
Irish fishermen received EU agreement on quotas for 2011 as Christmas bonus as it helps the industry in many ways.
A South Korean fishing boat sinks in Antarctica Sea leaving 22 dead while trawling for deep water fish.
Local fishermen complain that La Nina has created a tough year for them as it has lowered the ocean temperatures.
Queensland consumer could face a price rise for snapper as the annual catch force to reduce, confirms a report.
The government is set to slash the number of coastguard stations from 18 to eight in supposed cost saving cuts placing local communities at risk. Of these only three will be operational around the clock, the other five will only operate in daylight hours and a quick response during the hours of darkness will become a challenge. All areas of the UK’s long and varied coastline will be impacted by this proposal.
The European Commission expressed disappointment over the failure of progress on tropical tuna conservation in Western and Central pacific.
Wärtsilä, the marine industry’s leading solutions provider, has been awarded the contract to supply the propulsion equipment for a new, state-of-the-art, research vessel.
The EU Fisheries Council has decided the 2011 total allowable catches (TACs) for most stocks under management, confirms a report.