Serena Ward, fishing in her first derby, earned bragging rights for the first fish, an 8.4-pound false albacore. Chuck Winter was second with a 4.44-...
On Saturday morning, members of the Martha’s Vineyard Surfcasters Association hosted their annual sale to raise money for high school scholarships.
The Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust has received a $250,000 grant to expand its community seafood program.
A small group of Vineyard fishermen are participating in a brown shark tagging operation as part of a longstanding national study.
The Bluewater Classic fishing tournament packed the Oak Bluffs harbor over the weekend with sportfishing fishing vessels hailing from up and down the...
Based on acceptable water quality testing results, the state is allowing shellfishing to resume in the West Arm of Lagoon Pond.
The Martha’s Vineyard Rod and Gun Club has announced the cancellation of its 29th Fly Rod Striped Bass Catch and Release Tournament, scheduled for...
On Katama Bay, oyster farmers are still working, tending their mesh cages. But due to dramatically depressed demand, most oysters maturing this...
On Thursday, officials from the state Division of Marine Fisheries division traveled to the Vineyard to hold a public hearing and announced that the...
The State Division of Marine Fisheries will hold a public hearing in Vineyard Haven on Thursday, March 12.
The venerable saltwater fishing contest entering its 75th year, will eliminate striped bass from the competition this fall.
As striped bass stocks have declined, the debate over how to best manage this prized fish has become more heated.

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