Tagged Atlantic halibut

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, November 3

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, NOAA releases its annual Fisheries of the United States report; the federal government files and appeal regarding forfeiture of Carlos Rafael’s permits; NEFMC undertakes an independent review to assess past performance and solicit suggestions for improvement; Atlantic sturgeon population slowly improves; and Cape Cod fishermen have high hopes for halibut. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Tuesday, December 13

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, advocates for the grey seal population study get some bad news; regulators deliberate over Atlantic halibut; New England Fishermen sue the U.S. Department of Commerce; new evidence is released for the case on Carlos Rafael; and the Obama Administration takes a stand on seafood fraud. … More Info »

Atlantic Halibut – Don’t Let the Googly Eyes Fool You

Today, we’re talking about a monstrous flatfish – the voracious, predacious Atlantic halibut. Like all flatfish, Atlantic halibut lie on their left sides, giving them a goofy, almost crooked appearance. But don’t be fooled – their mouths gape all the way back to their eyes and are lined with sharp, curved teeth. … More Info »