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Pollock survey. NOAA photo
Smaller pollock during Alaska’s season B expected to tighten supplies
Alaska pollock. NOAA photo.
Alaska pollock: Alaska product now 86 percent of U.S. consumption
Kevin Wilson, deckhand on the F/V Curragh, standing on the back deck of a 32-foot salmon gillnetter on his first day of the season in Alaska’s Bristol Bay Naknek River fishing district. Kinematics Marine Equipment
OnDeck in the Pacific Northwest & Alaska: Nets & Haulers
The Copper Crown: The first king salmon landed in Alaska’s Copper River opener gets a first-class ticket to Seattle on Alaska Air’s Salmon Forty Salmon to celebrate the official start of Alaska’s salmon fishing season. Seattle is a major hub for Alaska seafood as it gets channeled through the Lower 48 and overseas. OBI Seafoods photo
Salmon overtakes lobster as highest value catch
Shrimp boats tied up in Venice, La. Creative Commons photo by Flickr user Finchlake2000.
USDA spends $70.9 million on domestic seafood
NOAA scientist Noelle Yochum (left) helps fisherman Lauti Tuipala set a net with an experimental salmon excluder on the F/V Pacific Explorer. Katherine Hellen-Schneider photo.
Bye-bye bycatch: Net design and electronics help fishermen keep their catch clean
Logan and Bethany Branstiter co-captain the F/V B-Team in Alaska's Nushagak Bay, drift gillnetting sockeye salmon in Bristol Bay. Crew Shots photo
Alaska Yearbook Market Report: Tradition wins out in a long, strange year
Pollock catcher-processor Alaskan Defender. Global Seas Photo
Alaska fisheries: pollock and crab rule the winter
The century old O’Hara Corporation engaged Elliott Bay Design Group to provide design and engineering support for the modernization of the Alaska Spirit. EBDG scanned the entire vessel and is using computer programs to rebuild her for the 21st Century.
O'Hara refitting Alaska Spirit for the 21st century
Almost the entire crew of the U.S. Seafoods trawler Legacy tested positive for covid-19 after the vessel arrived in Unalaska Dec. 3. U.S. Seafoods photo.
24 of 25 crew members aboard U.S. Seafoods trawler test positive for covid-19
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute hosts its annual All Hands on Deck meetings this week virtually, complete with ASMI Zoom backgrounds.
Industry Updates: Year in review, looking ahead to 2021
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