Groundfish Make a Comeback in Monterey Bay

6/7/2019 - By Kathryn McKenzie. Groundfish used to be the linchpin of California commercial fishing—a year-round, reliable catch of tender white fish that consumers were eager to buy. But that all came to a halt almost two decades ago after populations plummeted from overfishing. Now, in a remarkable development, California groundfish—which include… SEE MORE
Black Sea Bass Fishing with Goose Hummock

Black Sea Bass Fishing Nantucket Sound

5/31/2019 - By Sam Brown. The Black Sea Bass is actually a member of the grouper family and each fish makes for a couple sweet tasting white meat fillets. They are known as “protogynous hermaphrodites” which means they start as females and end up as mature males. The males will develop a… SEE MORE
Drowning Doesn't Look Like Drowning

Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning

5/31/2019 - By Mario Vittone. The new captain jumped from the deck, fully dressed, and sprinted through the water. A former lifeguard, he kept his eyes on his victim and headed straight for a couple who were swimming between their anchored sportfish and the beach. “I think he thinks you’re drowning,” the… SEE MORE
The longest solo non-stop attempt in the history of modern ocean rowing.

Record-setting Solo Pacific Ocean Journey Nears End

5/29/2019 - PORTLAND, OR. – A former Air Force pilot is rowing across the Pacific Ocean to Australia, and he's days away from reaching the coastline. Jacob Adoram has already set two world records, and he isn't even done with his long and dangerous journey. The first paddle started in Neah Bay,… SEE MORE