Fishermen's News - The Advocate for the Commercial Fisherman

Articles from the August 1, 2015 edition

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History Repeats

As we noted here in December of 2013, a group of sport fishermen in Alaska are tired of sharing the fish with the rest of the state. The latest volley in the war on commercial fishing takes the form... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    August 1, 2015

Third Time's a Charm for F/V Paige Marie

When owner David Sorensen brought his 58-foot seiner F/V Paige Marie into the Columbia River last December, his 42-year old steel boat was showing its age, despite regular maintenance since he bought... Full story

 

Advances in Electronics and Trawl Technology

Advances in electronics and trawl technology are taking some of the guesswork out of finding fish, making the harvesting of those fish more efficient and environmentally sound, and improving the... Full story

 

Gear for Efficient and Sustainable Fishing

Fishing, specifically trawling, requires a vessel to get to the right part of the ocean, have a set of electronics to locate and analyze the wandering targets and then determine their depth and direct... Full story

 

Sensitive Trawling Using New Technology

For many years, trawler owners and captains have been criticized for damaging the fishing grounds with heavy fishing gear, such as trawl doors and ground-ropes on bottom trawls. There may be some truth to these criticisms, even though it has not... Full story

 

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