Every fisherman today has a big fish story, but in ancient Japan, the tiniest fish was the biggest catch. Tanago
Charity accuses government agencies of ignoring ‘rampant’ rule-breaking in EU waters, and encourages whistleblowers A website for whistleblowers to expose
Kentucky wildlife officials used ‘electrofishing equipment’ to shoot electric currents and jolt the invasive fish species out of the water.
Devin Zelck, 18, from Massachusetts caught her first Bluefin Friday – it was huge She and her dad took turns
The European Union and Senegal have signed a new implementing protocol to the existing sustainable fisheries partnership agreement. This five-year
Deaths come weeks after similar incident in Scotland: ‘We’re all pretty worried’ A sudden surge in algae has killed at least eight
True figure expected to be much higher, scientists warn. Hundreds of sharks and rays are dying after getting tangled in drifting “ghost nets”