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Seafood and Fishing Industry

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  • Mitchell's gets a makeover

    Mitchell's gets a makeover
    Mitchell's Fish Market splashed onto the scene in 2010 with a nicely restrained nautical motif and an informal yacht-club tone. The menu's signatures were straightforward seafood and beef and humongous desserts such as a towering seven-layer carrot cake...
  • Taking it very easy on the trans-Atlantic Queen Mary 2

    Taking it very easy on the trans-Atlantic Queen Mary 2
    In an era when time is money, and cellphones, computers and jammed schedules keep us ridiculously busy day and night, why would one spend seven days traveling to England when a plane can get you there in seven hours? The answer is simple: There's no...
  • Decoding the mystery of the Jamestown sturgeon

     Decoding the mystery of the Jamestown sturgeon
    Archaeologists probing the early James Fort kitchen where they unearthed evidence of cannibalism this past year have discovered an earlier layer of artifacts showing that — just months before the Starving Time of 1609-10 — the colonists were...
  • Lake Erie creel limit set for yellow perch and walleye

     
    The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) today announced that the 2013 creel limit for Lake Erie yellow perch will remain at 30 per day and the creel limit for walleye will stay at six per day. “This year’s assessment showed that...
  • Additional whitewater releases scheduled for Lehigh River in August

     
    The U.S. Army Corps Engineers Philadelphia District announced it has enough water storage to hold a whitewater release Aug. 26 as well as increase fisheries enhancement water releases from the Francis E. Walter Dam. The schedule now includes whitewater...
  • #Flyfishing openig day on Lower #Salmon River (New York) is postponed

     
    The highly popular Salmon River in New York has been affected by unseasonably warm and low water levels and the state's Department of Environmental Conservation has postpined the opening of flyfishing on the lower portion of the river below Altmar. Area...
  • New Jersey asks U.S. to declare national disaster status for its fishing industry

     
    The Christie Administration has requested a federal disaster declaration for New Jersey's fishing industry, which sustained significant revenue losses and damages to its fleet and infrastructure as a result of Hurricane Sandy. A federal fishery disaster...
  • Leaser Lake gets go-ahead to begin refilling

     
    At long last, area residents can look forward to the refilling of Leaser Lake after the Pensylvania Department of Environmental Protection gave approval earlier this week. The 117-acre lake in the northwestern corner of Lehigh County, just below the...
  • Fishing notebook: Maryland-record cod caught out of Ocean City

    Fred Brungart of York, Pa., caught a Maryland record 38-inch, 24-pound Atlantic cod on May 31 out of Ocean City, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Service reported last week. Brungart hooked the fish aboard the 80-foot headboat...
  • Don't underestimate Alabama's coast

     Don't underestimate Alabama's coast
    GULF SHORES, Ala. — "I haven't found a seafood I didn't like," Al Sawyer said. That's saying something for a 60-something who has spent his whole life on Alabama's coast catching, selling and cooking seafood. "When I was a boy, my father took me...
  • This Can't Be Good: 2012 Sea Temps Off Northeast U.S. Highest On Record

    If you want some additional stuff on global warming to worry about, there's a new federal report out that water temperatures off the northeastern U.S. coast this year were the highest ever recorded. The study found that some areas, such as Chesapeake Bay...