Boats are already signing up to participate in fall Bering Sea crab fisheries that begin October 1. Meanwhile, many crabbers are still awaiting word on what their pay outs are for last season.
Trump’s trade war now includes tariffs on seafood going to and from China.
The Stand for Salmon initiative that aims to update habitat protections for the first time since statehood could go before voters in November. But the measure has little support from the gubernatorial candidates.
Two Alaska biologists are testing the waters for a hagfish fishery with longliner in Southeast who were given a special permit to catch 60,000 pounds of hagfish for their studies.
Alaska’s salmon season got off to a slow and drizzly start on May 17 at the first opener at the Copper River, pushing prices to record highs.
Razor clams from Alaska are a rare delicacy and are snapped up by restaurants on the west coast and Canada.
Two commercial fisheries open each spring at Upper Cook Inlet that attract little notice and…
Price negotiations for snow crab and Tanners are just getting underway, but the outlook is good.
The nation’s top fishing port welcomed seven European seafood buyers in late January and showed off its massive seafood industry during peak operations at Dutch Harbor.
Crabbers will help test the waters for tanner crabs next month at Prince William Sound.