Salmon stories are always a popular read on IntraFish and February was no different with more land-based developments and the shock news of anti-collusion raids on the offices of several major producers.
But shrimp also got more than a look-in, with news of the Nissui-backed shrimp mega farm near topping the list as well as analysis of the impact all this extra shrimp production is having on markets.
Pollock, too, was high on readers' agenda with news that the world's biggest Alaska pollock quota holder was looking for investment.
Executive Editor John Fiorillo was on the road at the F3 feed challenge in California and reporter Rijuta Dey took a trip over to Acme's massive processing facilities on the US east coast.
Of all our columns last month, Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry's examination of aquaculture giant Cooke's further integration was our most read and we also broke the news of more Chilean salmon consolidation and management shake-up as well as board changes at Mediterranean whitefish giant Andromeda.
Here's a full list of last month's top IntraFish stories:
As farmed salmon production has grown so has the search for a solution to the sea lice challenge.
Japanese giant's investment gives the company market and branding access as well as a partnership with Sealord.
In addition, in Europe, two locations are being considered for a another 10,000-ton facility.
Get ready for PR crisis mode.
Next stop after getting the project operational could be the US West Coast.
The Canadian company now oversees a sprawling beast of a company. Let's see if its management skill can match its appetite.
American Seafoods is a tantalizing prospect for investors looking for a major position in the upstream whitefish sector, but the company isn't for everybody.
Despite a slight uptick in November, year-on-year totals show a steady slide in shrimp prices in the world's largest import market.
Investigation extends beyond the UK, EU officials tell IntraFish.
Company's key investor ready to exit.