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The 2020 Fisheries of the United States report shows an industry worth $4.8 billion - even with a 10 to 15 percent decline from covid-19. Doug Stewart photo.
NOAA says status report shows U.S. fisheries 'on track' with rebuilding
Built between 1903 and 1962, PacifiCorp’s Klamath Hydroelectric Project consists of seven dams the project calls for the four lower dams (Iron Gate, Copco No. 1, Copco No. 2, and J.C. Boyle), which have a generation capacity of 163 megawatts, to be decommissioned. Klamath River Renewal Corporation photos.
Klamath Dam Removal Could Offer Promise for Oregon Commercial Salmon Fishery
Set netters in the Kenai Peninsula. Charlie Ess Photo
Alaska gears up for a profitable 2022 salmon season
American Aquafarms' plan for a hatchery and processing plant in Goldsborough, Maine, and salmon pens in Frenchman Bay are imperiled by state officials' decision to not move forward on the company's permit application. American Aquafarms rendering.
Maine state officials end American Aquafarms application for salmon farm
Maritime Fabrications finished off the 46-foot Pacific Hunter as a crabber. Maritime Fabrications photo
Washington yard finishes crabber before prepping gillnetters for summer
The Aleutian Falcon at pierside before the Feb. 17, 2021 shipyard fire. Trident Seafoods Corporation photo.
NTSB: Poor planning for shipyard ‘hot work’ blamed for fish processor fire
The Solomon Gulch Hatchery is owned by the Valdez Fisheries Development Association, and was completed in 1983 with a mission is to ensure sufficient numbers of wild salmon for both sport and commercial fisheries in and around Valdez, Alaska. Valdez Convention & Visitors Bureau photo
Ranked by region: Hatcheries produced a third of Alaska’s salmon catch in 2021
David Peterson replaced six planks on the Keku Queen’s starboard side and sistered 20 ribs. David Peterson photo
California boat carpenter works on ribs for salmon and crab boats
Northline Seafoods launched its barge to revolutionize salmon processing in Alaska’s Bristol Bay. A strong storm and snapped anchor lines put a snag in that plan. Kai Raymond photo.
Report on beached fish barge that caused $4.5 million in damages
Keith Singleton of Alaskan Leader (middle) accepts the Bristol Bay Choice Award from Lilani Dunn and Michael "MJ" Jackson of the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association.
Seaweed, salmon and sablefish win big in Alaska seafood competition
The Ace Hi’s rotten bow stem has been removed and will be replaced with a pepperwood bow stem. Hardwood anchor guards will be on both sides of the new stem. Makela Boatworks photo
Builder says fishing is what saved this 75-year-old wooden salmon boat
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