It’s that time of year again — fishermen from the Pacific Northwest lined up to compete in the ultimate test of fishing skills at Pacific Marine Expo today.
Conditions off Maine’s mid-coast were not good the night of Nov. 14. No one knew that better than the four crewmen of the Aaron & Melissa II.
The Alaska Symphony of Seafood announced its winners from the show floor of Pacific Marine Expo, awarding the gluten-free pollock-based noodle first place in the Retail category as well as winner of the Seattle People’s Choice award.
Jeremy Woodrow, the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute’s Communications Program director, will serve as the group’s…
New technology helps U.S. naval architects optimize
hull designs in a fickle regulatory climate.
BBRSDA was at Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle this week, promoting new ice totes they hope will allow them to get more and better ice to Bristol Bay’s fleet
Overboard deaths have declined 47 percent in the fishing industry since 2000, possibly as result of better training, awareness and equipment.
It’s been a long time coming, but the wait for Dakota Creek Industries and Fishermen’s…
The Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations filed a lawsuit alleging that 30 fossil fuel companies are to blame for the past four years of delayed Dungeness crab seasons and disastrous economic losses.
Later today, November 14, the U.S. Senate is scheduled to vote on the reauthorization act for the Coast Guard. Officials told SeafoodSource the bill contains a provision granting the company a Jones Act waiver for America’s Finest
It’s been a tumultuous stretch for leadership at the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute. Executive Director Alexa Tonkovich and Domestic Marketing Director Victoria Parr announced their resignations earlier this month.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is seeking additional funding to help coastal communities deal with the damages weathered by the state’s fisheries following Hurricane Florence.