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Local Catch Network members Kirk Hardcastle, right, and Marsh Skeele grill up sablefish collars and coho salmon for a dinner at the 2019 Seafood Summit in Portland, Ore. Andrea Tomlinson photo.
Casting the net for local seafood
Reuben and Clifton Ivanoff and their family have fished on the New Dawn since 2000. Charlie Ess photo.
New splashes in Alaska
The Chuck Norris, a new Bristol Bay gillnetter, was designed to fish in extremely shallow water and stay there longer than other gillnetters. Shiloh Seymour photo.
New Bristol Bay gillnetter with shallow draft – and a side house
Bristol Bay advocates described their plan to push for protections at a June 1 press conference in Dillingham, Alaska. United Tribes of Bristol Bay video image.
Bristol Bay advocates pushing EPA to do more
Gillnetters line up to deliver to the tender in Alaska’s Bristol Bay salmon fishery. Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association photo
EPA moves once more to protect Bristol Bay
Luke Williams photo.
Every boat a step up: Luke Williams builds a career adapting
AFDF hires new staff, grows organizational capacity
Workers process chum salmon at Trident Seafoods Petersburg's facility. Trident Seafood photo.
Anticipating weak chum salmon returns, Trident will keep Wrangell plant closed
Commercial fishermen can burn as much as 10,000 calories a day, especially in the short intense Bristol Bay sockeye season. Feeding them well makes for a happy boat. Trey Zimmerman photo.
The 2020 Fisheries of the United States report shows an industry worth $4.8 billion - even with a 10 to 15 percent decline from covid-19. Doug Stewart photo.
NOAA says status report shows U.S. fisheries 'on track' with rebuilding
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