We are thrilled to present the latest Fall edition of National Fisherman, packed with insightful articles that we hope you’ll find both informative and engaging. Here’s a quick overview of what you can expect to read in this issue:

Salmon update: Startlingly low Bristol Bay prices in 2023, half of what fishermen earned in 2022, sent ripples of astonishment through the fishery.

Boatbuilding: Boatbuilder Tom Aliotti collaborates with MSHS to craft a unique salmon vessel imbued with its own distinct character.

Northern lights: Alaska's fisheries distinguish themselves with data-driven, science-based management practices.

Seafood Science: Exploring the intricate and enduring relationship between sharks and the commercial fishing industry.

Around the Coasts: The NTSB advocates for Coast Guard data recorders and raises concerns about doubler plating.

Port Profile: Gloucester, Massachusetts, thrives with enduring strength and vitality, having endured for four centuries.

Fillet knives: From the traditional Alaska uluaq to the mighty tuna swords, handheld steel continues to rule the world of fillet knives.

Gear Shifts: Naust Marine's Automatic Trawl Winch system advances the realm of electric deck equipment.

We hope you enjoy reading this issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together. As always, thank you for your continued support of National Fisherman.

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