Despite the too-close-to-call governor’s race, tariffs are the leading topic ASMI’s All Hands on Deck meeting in Anchorage this week.
Both proposals rejected by the Alaska Board of Fisheries claimed that hatchery fish are out competing wild salmon for food in the open ocean.
Alaska’s inshore cod fishery got a significant upgrade at the state’s Board of Fisheries meeting last week — an increase in the fleet’s allocation of the Bering Sea cod quota.
Quotas for next year’s groundfish fisheries reflect ups and downs for Alaska’s key species — …
After reportedly making inappropriate comments to an unidentified woman, Alaska Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott resigned abruptly on Tuesday.
Though I have never done it myself, I have always thought that working the Bering…
The nearly finished 261-foot Alaska factory trawler North Star is currently resting on its starboard side in the waters of Saint Andrews Bay, Fla.,
A new study in the September 2018 issue of Journal of Safety Research focuses on injuries to people working below-deck while processing the catch.
Preliminary harvest data for 2018 suggests the harvest will wind up around 175,940 pounds, down sharply from the 380,912 pounds that diggers dug just five years ago.
Salmon that begin their lives in Alaska hatcheries often save the day for thousands of…
By passing Measure 1, we will get the Alaska Legislature’s attention and make sure the entire state appreciates what salmon and their home habitat mean to all of us who depend on salmon.
The results from the summer trawl surveys showed “substantial” drops in numbers of king crab and bairdi tanners in Bristol Bay.