Leilani Luhrs lives and breathes commercial salmon gillnetting, even when she’s more than 700 miles away from her beach site out in the Native village of Togiak, Alaska.
NF Editor Jessica Hathaway explores Seward, Alaska, at the height of the spring blackcod and halibut season.
An Alaska legislative measure aims to create fisheries trusts in which permits could be bought and leased to fishermen who otherwise could not afford them.
The United Fishermen of Alaska recently announced the election of four at-large board members and the addition of two new executive committee members.
A bright outlook for Alaska’s upcoming salmon season just got even better — markets look good, and the statewide catch forecast is up by a million fish.
The NMFS Alaska Regional Office offers a shorthand guide to its authorization of pot gear for the Gulf of Alaska IFQ sablefish fishery’s 2017 season.
Automation is coming to Alaska fishing boats in the form of cameras and sensors to track what’s coming and going over the rails.
Coastal communities oppose Navy plans for May war training in the Gulf of Alaska that could affect migrating salmon, birds and marine mammals.
Catches of Alaska halibut have picked up after wild weather got the fishery off to a slow start, and the prized flats are fetching big prices.
Sitka Sound traditionally kicks off Alaska’s roe herring circuit and this year’s harvest is lining up to be a good one.
A three-month project that promoted Bristol Bay sockeye salmon in Boulder, Colo., boosted sales and is already expanding.