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Trident Seafoods said Aug. 5 it will pay $0.20 across the board for chum salmon, amid "collapsed" markets and reported big Russian harvests of the species. NOAA photo.
Trident says chum market ‘collapsed;’ will stop buying most Alaska salmon Sept. 2
TZ Maps for the TimeZero v3 App is now available for iPad and iPhone, offering vector and raster charts, bathymetry, weather and numerous other useful features. Timezero image.
New chart app gets to the bottom of it
Aerial view Iron Gate Dam, Klamath River, CA.U.S. Department of the Interior photo.
World's largest dam removal project gets approval
Fishermen in the UK have a chance to hook up with bluefin tuna for the first time in decades. In an experimental fishery, ten license holders will share a 39-ton quota to be caught over a four-month season that began Aug 1. Jeff Fontes photo.
British bluefin are back
Albacore hooked on a bait pole offshore Oregon. NOAA Fisheries West Coast photo.
Tuna suppliers say they support Pacific management proposals
On Tuesday morning, U.S. Coast Guard personnel conducted a rescue operation of a man aboard a commercial fishing vessel that started to take on water in Gastineau Channel. U.S. Coast Guard Station Juneau photo.
Coast Guard rescues mariner from sinking fishing vessel in Gastineau Channel
Wind developer Ørsted stands to benefit from federal tax credits redirected by New Jersey state legislators. Ørsted image.
New lawsuit challenges New Jersey shifting tax credits to Ørsted wind project
The bow section of the small fishing boat Desakata adrift immediately after its August 2022 collision with a Coast Guard vessel off Puerto Rico. Coast Guard photo/via NTSB.
NTSB faults inadequate lookout in fatal Coast Guard cutter collision with fishing boat
Dungeness crab pots stack on the boat. Doug Stewart photo
Pacific Seafood faces anticompetitive lawsuit over Dungeness crab market
Commercial fishing and sharks are striking a balance between thriving marine ecosystems and sustainable fishing industries. Photo freepik.com
A Balancing Act between Sharks and Commercial Fishing
Cutting a vermillion snapper with a Dexter model 1376, one of the company’s most popular traditional knives. Dexter photo.
Fillet knives that are a cut above
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