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Duluth Trading Co. is rolling out its first line of rain gear in the 2020 season as part of a burgeoning Alaskan Hardgear collection. Photo Duluth Trading Co.
OnDeck in the Pacific Northwest & Alaska: B&G and the Best of 2020
Some of the crew members of the Nerka Sea Frozen Salmon direct marketing cooperative based in Bellingham, Wash.
Catch it live: Direct Marketing, Ocean to Plate
The U.S. geoduck fishery's predominant live export market has been hobbled by the coronavirus outbreak in Chine. USDA photo.
Alaska geoduck biomass is down, but cukes continue an upswing
Almost the entire crew of the U.S. Seafoods trawler Legacy tested positive for covid-19 after the vessel arrived in Unalaska Dec. 3. U.S. Seafoods photo.
24 of 25 crew members aboard U.S. Seafoods trawler test positive for covid-19
Logan and Bethany Branstiter co-captain the F/V B-Team in Alaska's Nushagak Bay, drift gillnetting sockeye salmon in Bristol Bay. Crew Shots photo
Alaska salmon forecast: It's complicated
New England Seafood International has become known for telling the story of wild Alaska salmon. Sealaska photo.
Northern Lights: The world goes wild
Giving it all away: Our Salmon Sisters contest winners
The F/V Emmy Rose headed into Gloucester harbor, just outside the breakwater and the Eastern Point Light on Oct. 15. Photo by Barnaby Prendergast on the F/V Josephine Samantha.
#GivingTuesday: Helping fishing families and foundations
The crews of the F/V Miss Gina and F/V Isanotski in Egegik, Bristol Bay, Alaska, celebrate the birthday of longtime fisheries advocate and drift gillnet captain Mike Friccero during the 2020 summer salmon season — Amelia Egle, Veronika Kruger, Meghan Wallace, Taj DeVries, Molly Miller and Sierra Henry. Mike Friccero photo
Access denied: Pebble Mine permit does not pass go
Northline Seafoods launched its barge to revolutionize salmon processing in Alaska’s Bristol Bay. A strong storm and snapped anchor lines put a snag in that plan. Kai Raymond photo.
Bay barge on ice: Summer storm turns into a setback for Bristol Bay innovator Northline Seafoods
Fishermen's Terminal, Port of Seattle photo
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