Rising ocean temperatures caused Dungeness crabs to become toxic, devastating the industry in California.
For the lucky few who have shunned the rat race of the city to live by perhaps the most beautiful state on the West Coast, crabbing and drinking IPAs is a pastime—despite the fishiness of it all.
He also tore spark plugs out of his boat and pelted the crocs with them.
Times are tough for the oceans and those who love to eat the delicious sea creatures they hold.
Steve Escobar is California's premiere crabber and he's not letting 100,000 gallons of spilled crude oil faze him, or his pristine 5,000-pound rock crab harvest.
Every summer, decades-old fishing families in the Norfolk town of Cromer catch what they claim is the UK’s best crab. “When it’s in your blood, it’s in your blood,” says fisherman John Lee.
With more than 3,500 miles of coastline, Maine is America's biggest ocean frontier. Here, self-regulated lobstermen struggle to hang on to their way of life—even if it means fighting to the death for their piece of the bottom.