Boycotting king salmon may make you feel like you’re contributing to the cause. But the fish is already caught. Fishermen fish to quotas, not restaurant orders.
It was a banner season for Bristol Bay salmon, but not so much for the rest of Alaska’s salmon fishermen. Still it was better than the slim season most California fishermen got.
We spoke with Andy Wink well-known Alaska seafood economist and new executive director of the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association about his background, fisheries data and what’s next for the BBRSDA.
We will not forget the crew of the Destination. May they finally rest in peace.
When lobstermen feud over turf, boats are destroyed, people get hurt and potentially end up in prison. One incident in Tenant’s Harbor has dragged on for nearly two years.
This fall, the show we lovingly call Fish Expo returns to Seattle’s CenturyLink Field Event Center for a Sunday to Tuesday run, Nov. 18-20.
Friendship, hardship and that old demon time aligned this past summer to put my wife, Cheryl, and I on deck for a month of bliss with Joe Weber.
In two NIOSH safety videos released this year, West Coast fishermen reenact potentially fatal accidents aboard their boats.
A Downeast Maine 42-foot stern trawler was between tows when it lost hydraulics and an explosion came from the engine compartment.
The range of responses to the passage of the Magnuson-Stevens Act reauthorization in the House…
For 10 years Alaska Sea Grant has helped trained the next seafood processing leaders.
This week AP reports on four former Sea to Table employees who say they raised concerns about mislabeling and other deceptive marketing practices long before the AP investigation, but they were ignored or silenced.