Alaska is the second largest salmon harvester in the North Pacific, topped only by Russia, and leads all other nations for releases of hatchery-reared fish.
Alaska’s blackcod and halibut fleet got off to an on-time start in 2017, and strong spawns for blackcod could mean higher quotas in the years ahead.
China holds big promise to become a top customer for Alaska salmon, and not just for the bright red fillets.
Pebble Limited Partnership aims to increase contract opportunities for Alaska Native village corporations located near the controversial Pebble Mine site.
As Alaska’s budget deadline approaches, the disastrous effects a legislative impasse could have on the state’s fisheries have come into sharp focus.
Home grown shellfish and kelp are gaining momentum in Alaska, spurred on by growing markets and the steadfast push by the governor’s mariculture task force.
Mitch Flagg, who fished herring and salmon with Beaver Nelson for 14 years, shares memories of his former employer.
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Longtime Cordova, Alaska, fisherman Clifford “Mick” Johns was found dead last week after going overboard while fishing in the Copper River flats.
Alaska salmon managers are hoping for the best and planning for the worst as lawmakers extend into a third special session to try and agree on a state budget.
The Prince William Sound drift fleet, Cordova locals and other fishermen are concerned about the status of the king salmon forecast for the Copper River.