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Happy Halloween!

Everyday could be Halloween in the ocean with animals like the goblin shark and vampire squid swimming around. Even New England has its fair share of spooky ocean dwellers. Here are some of our favorites. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, August 26

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, puffin chicks in the Gulf of Maine’s largest colony are starving; ocean acidification threatens cod recruitment; Swedish scientists insist the American lobster threat is real; NOAA announces an Atlantic herring Eastern Maine spawning closure; a Maine state representative submits a bill to help the scallop and urchin fisheries; a University of Maine PhD candidate studies scallop fertilization success; lobstermen in Maine’s historically open zone vote to close their waters to newcomers; NOAA Fisheries approves new monkfish management measures; Gloucester will honor fishermen lost at sea at the 20th Annual Fisherman’s Memorial Service; and President Obama creates the largest protected place on the planet. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Tuesday, June 7

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, South Shore groundfishermen are skeptical of electronic monitoring; Maine and Canadian scientists say American lobster is not invading European waters; NOAA announces $11 million in funding for U.S. fisheries projects; NOAA looks to expand domestic aquaculture production; NOAA announces 2016-17 Monkfish RSA awards; Senator King sees climate change impacts on shellfish as a major threat; NEFMC’s Groundfish Committee meets Thursday; and is kelp the new kale? … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, October 25

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, a WSJ article focuses on tension between fishermen and at-sea observers; NOAA will stop printing nautical charts; the Maine Lobstermen’s Union grows, but so does the divide within the lobster industry; the founder of a Maine lobster processing company wins an entrepreneurship award; the Center for Sustainable Fisheries holds its first board meeting; the shutdown continues to affect fisheries management; NMFS lifts monkfish possession limits for groundfish and scallop vessels; the World Wildlife Fund calls for no increase in Atlantic bluefin quota. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, April 19

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, the proposed rule to open closed areas faces strong opposition; NOAA suspends monkfish possession limits; oyster populations are threatened by climate change; lobster fishermen fear a glut caused by warmer waters; Newfoundland cod populations may never recover; a Maine bill to allow groundfishermen to sell lobster bycatch is controversial; the implementation plan for the National Ocean Policy is released. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, March 1

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, NOAA proposes measures to increase the monkfish catch, John Bullard writes an op-ed on the New England groundfish fishery, SMAST’s yellowtail avoidance system is growing, dogfish MSC certification expands, public lectures focus on seafood fraud and fleet consolidation, scientists Daniel Pauly, Trevor Branch, and Ray Hilborn face off in Nature. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, August 17th

This week in Fish Talk in the News: Canadian lobster fishermen reach a deal with processors; a New Bedford scalloper sues the federal government over harsh fines; infections grow in Massachusetts striped bass; the “rust tide” strikes Buzzards Bay; New Hampshire promotes new oyster farms; the Bigelow Laboratory receives $1 million in grants; and fishermen are concerned with poor data on monkfish. … More Info »

Chef Matt Jennings never compromises on serving fresh and local seafood

TalkingFish.org interviews Matt Jennings, Executive Chef, Co-owner and Master Cheesemonger of Farmstead & La Laiterie, who buys locally-caught whole fish from dependable sources he knows personally and trusts wholeheartedly – and he has a great recipe for monkfish as well! … More Info »