Commercial Dungeness crab season is delayed until at least mid-December, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced. The original opening date of Dec. 1 …
The start of commercial Dungeness crab season, originally set to start Friday, has been delayed until Dec. 15.
The recreational Dungeness crab season starts Saturday in California, but it comes with a warning. The start of commercial crab season, meanwhile, will likely be …
In news worthy of making some Bay Area residents crabby, the Northern California commercial Dungeness crab season has been delayed again.
California’s commercial rock crab season was extended Wednesday to include the entire coastal area from Pillar Point Harbor in San Mateo County all the way to the Mexican border.
A crab fishers’ association on strike over the wholesale price per pound of Dungeness crab in Northern California reached a compromise Friday.
Members of a striking crab fishers’ association in Northern California met Wednesday afternoon to discuss the ongoing work stoppage.
The commercial Dungeness crab fishery will open as scheduled next month because the levels of domoic acid in the crabs are low enough that eating them does not pose a health risk.
During normal seasons, the state’s crab fishery is worth an estimated $65 million and involves the participation of roughly 600 vessels.
The Dungeness Crab Task Force wants to wait for statewide clearance of domoic acid risk.
A health advisory for Dungeness and rock crab has been lifted for the Santa Barbara County coast and most of the San Luis Obispo County.
Toxic algae blooms that have been blamed for the indefinite postponement of this year’s Dungeness crab season could only get worse, a conservation group warned.
Locally-caught Dungeness crab is off the menu until further notice amid fears over neurotoxin levels.
The start of recreational crab season has been delayed just days before its scheduled start.
State officials issued a health advisory Tuesday against eating Dungeness and rock crab caught along the California coast from Santa Barbara to the Oregon border due …
San Francisco crabbers are keeping their boats in port after catching wind that seafood buyers were planning a price cut.
The real “San Francisco treat” isn’t some crappy rice pilaf. It’s Dungeness crab. And it’s coming to a dock near you.