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  • Should the game fish tagging program go electronic?
    Should the game fish tagging program go electronic?
    Got any ideas for improving the reporting requirements for the Cooperative Game Fish Tagging Program? Now's your chance to suggest them. The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) at the U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) is...
  • Tuna and noodles, a classic standard
    Tuna and noodles, a classic standard
    There are many recipes that have stood the test of time. Some of those are the "classic standards", including meatloaf, fried chicken, pot roast and pork chops. There are scores of recipes for these favorites and they remain favorites up...
  • NMFS seeks suggestions on Atlantic logbook keeping
    NMFS seeks suggestions on Atlantic logbook keeping
    Now's your chance to suggest ways to improve or simplify the logbooks needed when fishing in the Atlantic. A public comment period has been opened for the Atlantic Highly Migratory Species Vessel Logbooks and Cost-Earnings Data Reports. The...
  • Takeaway Tuesday: Shula's Steak House
    Takeaway Tuesday: Shula's Steak House
    Let’s face it going to a steak house can be scary if you are trying to stick to a low fat diet or simply make better food choices. There is nothing about a T-Bone, with mashed potatoes and cream of spinach that screams low calorie. But if...
  • Atlantic bluefin quotas finalized for 2014
    Atlantic bluefin quotas finalized for 2014
    The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) of the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration at the U.S. Department of Commerce has set final quota specifications for Atlantic bluefin tuna for the rest of the year. The rules take effect...
  • Florida Keys tournament in Marathon
    Michigan Angler wins Burdine's Fun Fish Event in Florida Keys
    The dolphin and tuna bite has been hot in the Florida Keys, and capitalizing on the seasonal fishery were several tournament anglers.Chris Costantino of Ypsilanti, Mich., won $700 in the adult division of the Burdine's Waterfront Dolphin &...
  • Obama's executive orders on oceans not sitting well with some
    Obama's executive orders on oceans not sitting well with some
    In response to Obama's executive orders yesterday to the State Department “Our Ocean” conference; House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings made his own statement on what he considers a overreaching executive action....
  • Tuna salad with a twist recipe
    Tuna salad with a twist
    Tuna salad can be made with almost no cooking involved. The only ingredient that requires cooking is a hard boiled egg (which is an optional add-in). Jazzing up the typical tuna salad recipe only requires a little bit of imagination. A new twist...
  • A Southwest Summer: Zucchini Stuffed with Tuna
    A Southwest Summer: Zucchini Stuffed with Tuna
    Once you bite into these morsels of incredible taste, you will never believe they are a perfect diet dish. A tremendous taste in each bite, a wonderful amount of vitamins and minerals, very low in fat and so easy to prepare they really should...
  • A Southwest Summer: Coconut Creamed Tuna
    A Southwest Summer: Coconut Creamed Tuna
    Comfort foods. We all have our favorites. When I was a kid growing up in San Francisco and my mother didn't feel like cooking, she would open a can of cream of mushroom soup and plop that gunk into a pot with a can of tuna and make creamed...
  • Bluefin catch limits adjusted for the rest of the year
    Bluefin catch limits adjusted for the rest of the year
    The Atlantic bluefin tuna daily retention limit has been altered for the rest of the year. The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) of the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration announced in the Federal Register of Tuesday, May 6,...
  • Deconstructed tuna melt salad
    Easy weekday meals: Deconstructed tuna melt salad
    Thinking of ways to spice up your daily dinner routine can be exhausting, and doing so while maintaining some of level of nutritional value in your diet is even more taxing. Salads aren't usually the type of meal that makes you want to rush...
  • The Art of the Salad: Mediterranean Mustard Green and Baked Beet Salad
    The Art of the Salad: Mediterranean Mustard Green and Baked Beet Salad
    Personally, nothing quenches my hunger pangs during the spring or summer months better than a fresh salad. Not only do I get all my nutrients in a very tasty way, with a good salad all of your taste cravings are satisfied as well. For instance...
  • It's the fifth meatless Friday in Lent and Tuna Paninis are on the menu
    It's the fifth meatless Friday in Lent and Tuna Paninis are on the menu
    This year’s meatless Lenten Fridays are winding down; there are just two more after today.Tonight’s meatless dinner – paninis – are less elaborate and more casual. Additionally, the use of canned tuna fish make the paninis...
  • There's a New School of Tuna with #GourmetSelects
    There's a New School of Tuna with #GourmetSelects
    Every now and then I find myself stuck in a serious meal rut. It seems as if my family and I go through phases of eating the same, boring meals. Not that they aren't tasty, but a little variety would be awesome!Fortunately, I received some new...