US Maintains Decision to Lift Anti-Dumping Duties on Vietnamese Shrimp

August 22, 2019 Hung Le, Vietnam Express

This means that the 32 Vietnamese exporters of frozen warm-water shrimp will face zero percent anti-dumping duties, Ho Quoc Luc, General Director of Sao Ta Food JSC, a Vietnamese supplier of shrimp and other seafood, told local press.

California Fishermen Report the Biggest Salmon Season in a Decade

“You might say this is the old normal, because we’ve been so used to catastrophe,” said Noah Oppenheim, executive director at the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations. “Consumers who have been facing tough prices because of scarcity of California salmon are seeing a much more accessible product.”

Once Robust, Bluefin Tuna Fishery Is In Economic Freefall

Cape and Island fishermen like Mr. Coppenrath agree that the heyday of the commercial tuna industry has long since passed. And many fishermen have moved into more reliable, and perhaps less exciting, markets.

Lobster Catch ‘Slow’, Cold Spring May be to Blame

Fishermen and scientists are putting much of the blame on the cold weather in the spring that lasted almost to the end of June, saying that coastal water temperatures on the bottom, where the lobsters live, have been slow to warm up to make the lobsters active.

Shellfish Harvest Sites Closed for Unusually Long Time

August 21, 2019 Associated Press

Maine has recently lifted long closures of several shellfish harvest sites due to the potentially fatal biological toxin known as red tide.