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A surprise for the day, the author catches a canary rockfish. “The biggest one I’ve seen in 30 years out here,” Goins says. “Probably 20 years old.” Paul Molyneaux photo.
At Sea - Oregon dory fishermen brave the waves before they can fish
Alaska pollock. NOAA photo.
USDA plans more Alaska, West Coast groundfish buys for nutrition programs
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
Two-pot vertical stack showing heavy ice accretion on spray-facing side with iced-over mesh, large buildups on corners and top bar, and numerous icicles. USCG photo
How heavy is an iced-up Bering Sea crab pot? Coast Guard has some answers
Ivan Svasand joins Alaskan Leader Seafoods as the new project manager for the company’s Value Added Divisions. Alaskan Leader Seafoods photo
Alaskan Leader Seafoods brings a full roster to Boston
Bristol Bay Wild Market video still
Bristol Bay sockeyes hit the ice
What sank the Scandies Rose? NTSB says it wasn’t operator error
Alaska cod: Gulf cod stocks creep back, but Bering and Aleutian still down
Scandies Rose sank Dec. 31, 2019. Deborah Rhoades photo.
Tipping points: Scandies Rose hearings bring to light weak links in industry practices
The Scandies Rose. The Bering Sea vessel's sinking and loss of most of its crew was one of the worst maritime accidents recently investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board. NTSB image.
Editor’s Log: Safety first
The century old O’Hara Corporation engaged Elliott Bay Design Group to provide design and engineering support for the modernization of the Alaska Spirit. EBDG scanned the entire vessel and is using computer programs to rebuild her for the 21st Century.
O'Hara refitting Alaska Spirit for the 21st century
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