Alaska Commercial Fisheries News Since 1988
The forecast calls for a slightly higher salmon catch at Upper Cook Inlet for 2018read more
The cod crash in the Gulf of Alaska is even worse than originally announced; “best case scenario” is a 2021 reboundread more
Nearly 10 million pounds of cod skins will launch an Iceland venture to extract collagen for health, beauty productsread more
Updated catch recs for 2018: sablefish numbers soar, Bering Sea pollock dips, SE AK pink salmon numbers dropread more
A savory blend of wild caught Alaska sockeye salmon, sweet potato and broccoli are a snack both kids and parents can enjoy, with the health benefits of salmon and veggies in one bite.
Forecast calls for another huge salmon haul at Bristol Bay’ Frankenfish stock flops bigly
AK Young Fishermen’s Summit builds contacts, skills; Dec. 6-8 in Anchorage
Big line up of fish meetings; If you can’t go, tune in and interact on line
Fourteen of Alaska’s newest value-added seafood products are being judged this week at the 25th annual Alaska Symphony of Seafood event in Seattle.
Fewer men and women went fishing in Alaska last year; a resurgence in harvesting jobs is expected to show up for 2017
IFISH5 conference has expanded to include aquaculture, seafood processing. Call is out for presenters. Deadline to apply is Nov. 15
Underwater farts by mussels, oysters and clams produce one-tenth of greenhouse gases near Sweden
Americans are eating less seafood, while their favorites remain largely the same; the Pacific halibut fishery ends Nov. 7
Pacific Marine Expo celebrates 51 years, expands to include a new Alaska Hall
Kodiak gets a 400,000 pound Tanner crab fishery after 4 year closure; No go for Chignik and S.Peninsula
Alaska is a Super Power for seafood poundages and values! Mariculture & US recreational fishing trends also are showcased in colorful
NOAA fisheries report for 2016.