Aquarium trade's 'non-destructive' fishing methods threatening to coral fish; banggai's eyed
Red Tape Ties up Scottish Fishermen's Promised £10m Relief
Genetically-altered caterpillar virus used to develop 'crazy fish disease' vaccine
200,000-300,000 Columbia River Salmon Died Over Last Two Weeks as Dam Cut Water Flow
'The Perfect Swimming Machine': The Massive, Mysterious Bluefin Tuna
Groups sue to halt release of hatchery-raised salmon into Puget Sound; 'impediment to salmon recovery'
New case of rare fish odor syndrome reported; 'It's a very powerful smell'
Fishermen Face Highest Fatality Rate of Any Occupation; One Killed Every Week
Seabirds at Risk From Pirate Fishing in the Antarctic; 700,000 Killed in Six Years
EPA Report: Mercury in Fish Biggest Source of Exposure for Women
Goat fish's synchronized swimming behavior found to be 'chaotic' rather than random
Food fight: US accuses Vietnam of dumping catfish on American market
Rare 'river panda' fish returned to Yangtze; emergency surgery successful
High hopes for Scottish 'fish ranch', first in Europe
Pink Salmon Becomes Grey Area For EU; Dyes Bad For Eyes
Scottish fishermen awarded £50 million payout
Expert: 'killer' triggerfish claim an 'urban myth'; no confirmed or reported attacks in Aussie waters
Mercury in Seafood Linked to Infertility
Eating fish cuts smoking, heart disease, stroke risk
Fury as EU Orders 45% Reduction in Cod Catches
Kill 'em All: Beijing Bans Piranhas; Nat'l Aquarium Bleaches Collection
No Christmas Cheer in UK Fishing Communities as a Way of Life is Put to Death
Washington State bans cultivation of genetically-engineered fish
Alaskan seafood plant facing fine for dumping fish guts, blood, slime directly into the sea
EU scales back drastic cuts in cod quotas; 65% catch reduction proposed
North Sea cod 'face commercial end' as EU sets to debate drastic cuts
Cod warning from Newfoundland: 1992's cod population collapse lead to moratorium
'If we can't fish, we can't live': UK trawlers join protest against cod ban
French fishermen blockade ports in cod quota protest
Years of over-fishing adds up as Iceland's cod become elusive; 'we've made mistakes'
Fish Ear Bones Hold Clues to Migration; 'Like a Flight Recorder'
Puffer poisoning prompts Vietnam to organize 'propaganda on the danger of the fish'
Hawaiian anglers report catching larger tuna, marlin; attributed to the curtailing of long line fishing
date added: 2003-12-18 source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com
Story of world record largemouth bass doesn't hold water
date added: 2003-12-17 source: www.roanoke.com
Chicago aquarium's oldest fish celebrates 70th anniversary; 'he's probably going to outlive us all'
date added: 2003-12-16 source: www.abc.net.au
Marine Scientists: Fishing 'Not to Blame for Cod Shortage'; North Sea Cod Stocks 'Unlikely to Recover' Even with Total Fishing Ban
date added: 2003-12-16 source: www.news.scotsman.com
Scientists: North Sea cod stocks hit by double whammy of overfishing and warming waters
date added: 2003-12-15 source: news.bbc.co.uk
World fishing deals hurting US recreational anglers; 'ensure that this activity does not interfere with commercial fishing activities'
date added: 2003-12-14 source: washingtontimes.com
Scottish scallop shell scheme set to restock rivers with salmon
date added: 2003-12-10 source: www.news.scotsman.com
EU call for more cuts in cod quota, rejects outright ban
date added: 2003-12-09 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Study: fish swim upstream by tacking, similar to sailboats; 'Karman gait' explained
date added: 2003-12-09 source: www.news.harvard.edu
German police seize large load of 'black gold'; 'something didn't smell quite right'
date added: 2003-12-08 source: www.iol.co.za
Australia to Ban Fishing on One-Third of the Great Barrier Reef; 'It's Groundbreaking, It's Visionary'
date added: 2003-12-05 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Survey: despite law, many California stores not warning of fish mercury; 'the public has a right to know'
date added: 2003-12-03 source: sfgate.com
Report: Extinction Looms for Deep-Water Fish; UN Urged to Intervene
date added: 2003-12-03 source: www.guardian.co.uk
Kiwis Raise Alarm Over Genetic Engineering as Anglers Land Over-Sized Fish
date added: 2003-12-03 source: www.scoop.co.nz
Uruguay may request the liberation of the rogue poacher boat Viarsa and crew
date added: 2003-11-18 source: www.falkland-malvinas.com
Fears as 'atomic salmon' arrive in Scottish rivers; 'we are extremely worried about this latest development'
date added: 2003-11-13 source: observer.guardian.co.uk
Scientists: aquarium tank cleaning leading to surge in cases of a rare type of skin infection
date added: 2003-11-07 source: www.iol.co.za
Eyeless 'ghost fish' haunts Ozark caves; 'someday we hope to try to propagate them'
date added: 2003-11-01 source: news.nationalgeographic.com
Inventive fisherman looks to the net as salvation; 'if we fix the nets we solve everything'
date added: 2003-11-01 source: www.boston.com
40 stitches later, Maui man pledges caution after bite from sea creature; 'it happened so fast'
date added: 2003-10-31 source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com
Barracuda suspected on attack on Hawaiian swimmer; 'it just grabbed my arm'
date added: 2003-10-30 source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com
Supermarket's 'certified environmentally responsible' fish found to be wrongly labeled; 'we have a problem'
UK fisheries chief comes under fire from Scottish Cod Crusaders; 'you haven't got the balls to save us'
Scientists tracking fish by sonar, GPS-tags to prevent overfishing
Uruguay toothfish poacher boat crew makes bail; 'ordinary family men, and not wealthy ones at that'
UK warns kids: don't free your fish by flushing; 'fish will not survive'
Research: fish oil 'brain food' pill aids pupils in reading ability, attention spans
New Zealand Fisherman Snags 100-yr-old 'Monster' Crayfish'; 4.4 feet long, 13.9 pounds
Live Seafood Trade Linked to Species Invasion; 'Fresh' Enough to Spawn
Researchers: salmon farms pose significant threat to salmon fisheries in the Pacific Northwest
Researchers: Edible Zebrafish Vaccines Could End Jabs; 'It's Extremely Unusual'
Study: diet of fish 'can prevent' teen violence; root cause of crime may be biological, not social
Experts: Balkan's Lake 'Fossil Trout' Facing Extinction Due to Pollution, Overfishing
Researchers 'clear' fish farms; no link to parasitic sea lice on wild fish
Must kill pike: study says California lake's pike population 'too large to be controlled by removal'
North Sea Cod Population Lowest Level in History; 'The Remaining Fish Have to Produce Young'
One-third of Scotland's white fish fleet heading to the scrapyard as buyouts are accepted
UK shoppers urged to 'think twice' about buying Icelandic fish
Scottish fishing fleet in crisis as quotas dry up; 'it is just becoming a nightmare'
Azerbaijani Gov't to Release 'Mutant' Fish to Save the Caspian Sea Caviar Industry; 'Artificial Fish Cannot Survive in Nature'
Jim Beam warehouse fire in Kentucky sends 800,000 gallons of burning bourbon into stream, kills fish
Hawaiian sea volcano bacteria may yield blood substitute
Researchers: protection needed for 'marine Serengetis' rich in pelagics
Tests Reveal Residue From Banned Highly-Toxic Fungicide Still Present in Scottish Farmed Salmon
Experts: Antarctic wildlife at risk of overfishing; 'Aquaculture is going to become a very hungry animal'
'This spectacular harvest': California fisherman giving away salmon after record haul
Report: farming carnivorous fish has 'high ecological and social costs'
Russian anti-poaching squads tackling caviar crisis
Fish farming increase 'a serious threat to Scotland's water system'
Study: 'more aggressive' farmed salmon threatening wild stocks
Report: Farmed Scottish Salmon Spreading Disease, Interbreeding with Wild Stocks