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CLIA Alaska photo.
Cruise lines, Alaska seafood and sustainability – a natural connection
In Norton Sound, near Nome, fishermen enjoyed a bountiful pink salmon harvest of around 80,000 fish. NOAA photo.
Alaska's far north fisheries make a comeback
NOAA Fisheries research recommends helping young fishermen with tools that parallel national programs that have helped beginning farmers.
How tools used to help farmers can help the next generation of fishermen
With permission from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the crew of the restored Libby 76 briefly put a net in the water made with the waxed wooden corks that were used in the sailboat days. Scott Bartlett photo.
Historic sailboat returns to Bristol Bay, amid record-setting salmon season
The survey results are GAPP’s report card as well as "a compass that guides the industry’s marketing and promotional efforts in the future," says Craig Morris, CEO of GAPP. GAPP image.
‘Report card’ on consumer opinion of Wild Alaska Pollock to be revealed at GAPP event in October
The trawler Dawn from Kodiak, Alaska, catching pollock. Photo by Michael Nelson.
Alaska pollock on a wild ride
Local Cordova senior and Ruby the Sockeye Salmon on Senior Salmon Day. CDFU photo.
Generosity runs deep: Copper River Prince William Sound fishermen donate salmon for seniors and students
Rocky Koons, Katrina Gauthier, and Dylan Snook enjoying the fourth of July by catching some sockeye salmon in Bristol Bay Alaska.
Bristol Bay celebrates Alaska Wild Salmon Day as ‘day of action’
Photo by Corey Arnold, courtesy of XTRAFUF
What does the present and future of XTRATUF look like as part of Rocky Brands?
For the last four years, Ken Coleman and other set net fisherman on the east side of Cook Inlet have faced early shutdowns while other user groups continue fishing. Vicki Coleman photo.
Set net shut down
Crew member Jesse 'Oly' Oliver holds a sockeye, with crew member Ashley Miller behind. Nora Skeele photo.
Sockeye salmon run in Bristol Bay Alaska sets all-time record
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