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Popularity of Japanese cuisine could open a wider market for pollock roe. Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute photo
Seafood stimulus: Cash flow and connections for rising stars
Port of Seattle photo
Webinar: Status of the North Pacific season with Andy Wink, Chris Woodley and Port of Seattle
Bering Sea pollock fishing. NOAA photo
NOAA cancels fishery research trips in Alaska
Atlantic cod. Wikimedia Commons/Hans-Petter Fjeld.
Conservation Law Foundation petitions to halt Northeast cod fishing
Study documents ‘chronic social disruption’ plaguing New England fishing communities
Alaska cod: Under-60s land 5 million pounds in 10 days
The crew of the 58-foot Stanley K. pulls cod pots in the Bering Sea. Keith Bell photo
An act of cod: Alaska-based fleet gets a gift from Board of Fish
Atlantic cod. NOAA photo.
Quotas up for most key Northeast groundfish stocks
This summer researchers at Kodiak saw the first signs of potential recovery with beach seine catches of tiny first year cod. Age-0 Pacific cod are smaller (5-9 cm) and generally restricted to shallow depths. This set was deployed along the 3 m depth cont.
Researchers are seeing young cod return to the Gulf of Alaska
A rendering of Seattle-based Arctic Storm Management Group's new state-of-the-art pelagic trawler. Rolls-Royce image.
Arctic gets a Rolls: Louisiana’s Thoma-Sea signs $20M deal with Rolls-Royce
Pacific cod. August Linnman photo.
Are cod stocks starved from the 2015 blob or just moving north?
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