Plenty of chefs obsess over the provenance of their seafood. But an intrepid few aren't satisfied until they grab a pole and catch the fish themselves. Charter your own expedition, and put your haul to good use in these seafood recipes from experts around the country.
Juvenile sockeye salmon likely didn't have enough food to survive as they travelled in poor conditions through British Columbia's Georgia Strait in 2007, resulting in abysmal returns to the Fraser River two years later, a new study suggests.
For Stefan Glinski, in the small Cornish fishing village of Newlyn, nightfall means one thing: sardines. Every day, as families around the country settle down to dinner, he heads out to work, braving wind, rain and waves in his 70-ton 44ft boat.
ShutterstockBrown trout sans frankengenes. Interspecies hanky-panky is a thing, in case you didn’t know. Sometimes love, or perhaps a blindly primeval desire to reproduce, can lead one species of animal to breed with another.
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