Crabbers Sue Port of San Francisco Over Pier 45 Inferno That Destroyed Their EquipmentMore than 25 crab fishers have sued the Port of San Francisco, accusing the agency that manages the city's waterfront of negligence over a four-alarm fire back in May that severely damaged Pier 45.
San Francisco Crabbers Fighting To Save Livelihoods After Destructive Pier 45 FireIn May, a massive fire at San Francisco’s Pier 45 destroyed a warehouse holding the fishing gear for half the city’s crab fleet. Now, even as debris is being removed, fishermen are scrambling to save their livelihoods.
Northern California Crabbers Continue Strike Over Price DisputeIn all, nearly 1,200 fishing crews have stopped working, significantly limiting the west coast crab supply.
Dungeness Crabbers Extend West Coast Strike From Canada To Central CaliforniaAs of Monday the Dungeness crab fleet is tied up from Morro Bay, California to Westport, Washington.
Rough Waters Delay Catch As NorCal Crab Season Begins California's Dungeness crab season is off to a rocky start as rough seas keep many Bay Area fishermen from bringing in their catch.
Boaters Warned To Mind Forecasts After Deadly Bodega Bay TripProfessional crab fishermen say a deadly fishing boat accident near Bodega Bay should serve as a lesson that recreational boaters should check the weather before going out.