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Seafood and Fishing Industry

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  • Striped bass audit hides multitude of sins

    Striped bass audit hides multitude of sins
    Let's say you have a product that people automatically associate with you. Except for one hiccup in the timeline, it's been on the market since before Capt. John Smith rowed a boat around the Chesapeake. And it's so popular that people will do crazy...
  • Hansen: State's no-fishing rule stinks

    When fishing as a boy, I used to stare at my jar of salmon eggs and marvel. I wondered how they could arrive so perfectly formed and opaque and inherently controversial — stripped from their host like corn off a cob. Years later as a reporter...
  • Phillips finalizes plans for move to Power Plant

    Phillips finalizes plans for move to Power Plant
    Phillips Seafood will open a 500-seat restaurant by early October at the Inner Harbor's Power Plant, in space left vacant last summer by ESPN Zone, Phillips and landlord the Cordish Cos. announced Thursday. Phillips, an original Harborplace tenant,...
  • State proposes new policies to prevent rockfish poaching

    State proposes new policies to prevent rockfish poaching
    State fisheries officials outlined a sweeping plan they hope to implement by December to curb commercial striped bass poaching in the Chesapeake Bay. The announcement Wednesday night came just four months after miles of illegal nets filled with 13 tons of...
  • Outdoor clothing maker Patagonia adds sustainable food business

    Outdoor clothing maker Patagonia adds sustainable food business
    Patagonia Inc., the clothing retailer known for its use of organic cotton, is now training its Earth-friendly eye on food. Specifically, jerky made from wild salmon. The Ventura-based outdoor apparel-maker has begun selling three flavors of its Patagonia...
  • How to throw a Hartford crab feast

    How to throw a Hartford crab feast
    The East Coast knows their seafood and Connecticut is fully on board. Whether you’re inland or by the water, Hartford has made their mark on how to throw a proper crab feast. Tender and succulent crabs are a fleeting pleasure. Take advantage of...
  • Throw a Lehigh Valley crab feast

    Throw a Lehigh Valley crab feast
    Bring a coastal mood inland to Pennsylvania with a crab party at home. Flash freezing techniques make it possible for crab on your Allentown patio table to taste as if you're eating it dockside. Tender and succulent crabs are a fleeting pleasure. Take...
  • Crab population has rebounded, state says

    Crab population has rebounded, state says
    Rebounding from near-collapse four years ago, the Chesapeake Bay's blue crabs are more plentiful than they've been in nearly two decades, with a record crop of young, Maryland officials announced Thursday. The annual winter survey of Maryland and...
  • New tools aim to thwart striped bass poaching

    New tools aim to thwart striped bass poaching
    Officers have returned to the scene of the crime, where last year they pulled up miles of illegal nets filled with 12.6 tons of striped bass from the frigid waters off Kent Island. This year they are armed with new weapons: side-scan sonar to detect...
  • Fishermen's expo set next weekend

    The 38th East Coast Commercial Fishermen's & Aquaculture Trade Exposition will be held Friday through next Sunday at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City. More than 50 vendors are expected to have their wares on display during the weekend...
  • Chile 101

    Before embarking on a 17-day cruise to South America, I knew very little about Chilean food. Tasting my way through three Chilean ports changed that. Chilean food isn't particularly bold. Rather, it's characterized by its no-nonsense simplicity that...