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Seafood and Fishing Industry

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  • Virginia scientists get $1 million to study Chesapeake Bay fisheries

    Virginia scientists get $1 million to study Chesapeake Bay fisheries
    The federal government awarded Virginia scientists more than $1 million to study some of the Chesapeake Bay’s most important fisheries. The money, which comes from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, will fund research projects on...
  • 'The Amazing Race' recap: 'We are Charlie Chaplin'

    'The Amazing Race' recap: 'We are Charlie Chaplin'
    Remember last week? When there were waffles? And some cars and boats, but mostly waffles!? Now there are four teams racing to the finale, and this week I get to introduce you to the friendliest taxi drivers in the world. First, we must bid farewell to...
  • Community Commentary: Say goodbye to your favorite fish'n hole

    The California Fish and Game Commission will be considering new regulations this week on fish stocking in public and private ponds, lakes and streams that, at the very least, will severely impact the recreational fishing industry in California and could...
  • U.S. struggles to track illegal marlin trade

    Revered by Ernest Hemingway and other anglers, Atlantic blue marlin is among the most sought-after fish in the sea. It’s also traded on the black market at levels that federal investigators can’t define. “We don’t know how...
  • Tastes of Asia in British Columbia

    Although we're on the Pacific Northwest coast, the sights, sounds and smells of Richmond, British Columbia, make us feel like we've taken a trip to Asia. We hop off the shiny, driverless Metro Vancouver SkyTrain at the Lansdowne Station, a legacy of the...
  • The California Cook: Salmon make a welcome return

    The California Cook: Salmon make a welcome return
    When you reconnect with an old friend you haven't seen in a long time, it's only natural that you want to make the occasion kind of special. Maybe have them for dinner. In this case, literally. After a long three-year dry spell, California's salmon are...
  • Reading the crabshells: Phillips on UDARP agenda

    Reading the crabshells: Phillips on UDARP agenda
    Cordish and Phillips are still not holding hands in public, but a blabbermouth city agency may have spilled the beans about their courtship. Plans to renovate the Power Plant exterior for a new Phillips Seafood restaurant are on the agenda of the city's...
  • Table Talk: Duff's new adventures are coated in sugar

    Duff Goldman had a "blast" making his new Food Network series — "I got to check out the country. They let me off the leash." His new project is "Sugar High," a six-episode series debuting Aug. 8. The show sends Goldman and his motorcycle on a...
  • WWII shipwrecks could threaten U.S. coast

    On the evening of Feb. 2, 1942, an unarmed tanker with 66,000 barrels of crude oil on board was steaming in the Atlantic, about 90 miles off Ocean City. Without warning, it was struck by German torpedoes. The attack set the W.L. Steed ablaze, and sank it;...
  • 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...