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Three surveys will look at financial impacts before and during the pandemic
Pandemic impact in Bristol Bay alone estimated at $30-40 million
Homer boat was fishing for Pacific cod when Coast Guard patrol found halibut on board
Sablefish numbers are too small for market but still must be retained under IFQ regulations
Area 3A, the central Gulf of Alaska, gets 8.95 million pounds for the commercial sector and 1.95 million pounds for the charter sector.
Alaska’s Department of Fish and Game has issued several preemptive restrictions on king salmon fishing in Cook Inlet waters in an attempt to protect the… Continue reading
The year saw fewer and smaller fish, as well as lower-priced fish
First Nations pressured Canadian government to move salmon farming to closed, land based systems
Bates family of Halibut Cove wins mariculture Farm Family of the Year.
The annual Homer Winter King Salmon Tournament returns this year after a one-year hiatus, and has been pushed back to April. Canceled in 2020 due… Continue reading
Delay of pollock season will allow roe to ripen, making fish more valuable.
Sitka Tribe of Alaska claimed state wasn’t providing “reasonable opportunity” in herring roe harvest.
Looking back at 2020, commercial fishing suffered economic losses from pandemic, other factors.
After no season this year, cod season returns in federal waters for 2021.
Jan. 15 is new deadline for Seafood Trade Relief Program
Fishermen, processors, elected officials warn of devastation to the fishery
Young Fishermen’s Development Act passes U.S. Senate, now goes to House
The International Pacific Halibut Commission held its interim meeting last month and lead quantitative scientist Dr. Ian Stewart is recommending a quota increase in all… Continue reading
Fishermen, processors take issue with option to close waters to commercial fishing
Upper Cook Inlet fishermen alarmed at proposal to close salmon fishery in Economic Exclusive Zone