It’s the second year for the Crewmember Apprenticeship program hosted by the Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association in Sitka.
Contrary to all expectations, commercial catches of Pacific halibut were increased for 2019 in all but one Alaska region.
Heading into the 2019 salmon season markets are looking good as global demand exceeds supply.
It is the smaller, local crab fisheries that each winter give a big economic boost to dozens of coastal communities across the Gulf of Alaska.
The government shutdown has caused few problems so far in Alaska’s fisheries, but concern is growing as it enters a third week.
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council set the 2019 quotas this month for more than two dozen fisheries in federal waters.
Quotas for next year’s groundfish fisheries reflect ups and downs for Alaska’s key species — …
Salmon that begin their lives in Alaska hatcheries often save the day for thousands of…
The results from the summer trawl surveys showed “substantial” drops in numbers of king crab and bairdi tanners in Bristol Bay.
Alaska Gov. Bill Walker recently signed a bill that expands the state’s Revolving Loan Fund to create new financing options for fishing and mariculture businesses.