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Humpback Whale Photo by Pixabay
Federal judge wants plan to protect humpbacks from sablefish fishery
A humpback whale and calf. Creative Commons photo/Ed Lyman NOAA Permit # 774-1714.
Court rules NMFS must move on whale take reduction plan for blackcod fishery
Freshly inserted cotton corking is easily visible between the Terron’s hull planks. It’s the first time the 95-year-old crabber and blackcod boat's planking — originally built wood-to-wood —needed to be corked. David Peterson photo.
After 95 years, a California crabber gets tightened up
Captain Shawn McManus proudly holds a pot-caught blackcod on the F/V Vansee. Courtesy Shawn McManus photo.
Blackcod fishermen’s ‘gear switching’ challenges Pacific Fishery Management Council
Alaska Seafood Marketing’s All Hands on Deck meet this week
Juvenile blackcod. NMFS photo.
Surveys look promising for blackcod and halibut
Gill net fishing practices on Kotzebue Sound are among many issues on the agenda for the Alaska Board of Fisheries meeting season starting in October. ADF&G photo.
Cod, salmon at top of agenda as Alaska Board of Fisheries gears up
Black Cod with Miso at Nobu Barcelona, made with Alaska sablefish (black cod). Beth Short-Rhoads photo.
Half a World Away
Reuben and Clifton Ivanoff and their family have fished on the New Dawn since 2000. Charlie Ess photo.
New splashes in Alaska
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
Keith Singleton of Alaskan Leader (middle) accepts the Bristol Bay Choice Award from Lilani Dunn and Michael "MJ" Jackson of the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association.
Seaweed, salmon and sablefish win big in Alaska seafood competition
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