A forum in Kenai on Thursday will highlight diverse perspectives on the push to modernize Alaska’s fish habitat protection and permitting laws, which have not been updated since statehood 60 years ago.
Alaska Air Cargo’s presentation was one of the highlights of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute’s All Hands on Deck meeting in Anchorage last week.
A career in commercial fishing has always been hard-fought, but today’s generation of new fishermen face unprecedented, sometimes impassable barriers to entry.
Scientists at the International Pacific Halibut Commission meeting in Seattle last week revealed survey results that show shrinking halibut numbers.
New research shows ocean acidification could affect salmon’s ability to smell, which the fish rely on to avoid predators and return to their natal rivers.
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute kicked off its annual All-Hands meeting with an emphasis on the effects of climate change on the state’s fisheries.
The Alaska Young Fishermen’s Summit has convened for over a decade to help stanch that outward flow and facilitate a future for fishing leaders.
A Highliner is a career commercial fisherman but must be known also for their mode of giving back to the fishing industry, locally or globally.
Fewer men and women went out fishing in Alaska last year, in a familiar cycle that reflects the vagaries of Mother Nature.
Protecting Bristol Bay’s renewable resources is an opportunity to protect an economy, an ecosystem and tens of thousands of American jobs.
Pacific Marine Expo will top the half century mark when the trade show doors open…
It’s steady as she goes for the values of Alaska salmon fishing permits, with upticks in the wind at several fishing regions.