Monday, August 14, 2017

Pacific Seafood drops fire claim

A legal battle over a Pacific Seafood company insurance claim for loss of its Warrenton, Oregon plant is ending.

70,000-pound catch lost

Norton Sound kings lag

'Conveyor belt of salmon'

CG probes vessel sinking

Study: Appearance defines seafood appeal


Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Processor's busted season

Bristol Bay's stellar sockeye season was a bust for a floating processor, its crew and its fishermen.

Upper Cook Inlet closure

Alaska salmon for Klamath fest

Coping with king season loss

CA habitat upgrade

Opinion: Don't cut NOAA


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

B.C. fisheries struggle

Cannery closures and low salmon returns have impacted
British Columbia's fishing industry.

Alaska seafood's new market

Domoic acid returns

Bluefin tuna listing rejected

Study: Aquaculture can feed the world

The value of dead fish


Thursday, August 17, 2017

Port Moller plant destroyed

A fire has caused massive damage to the Peter Pan Seafoods processing plant in Port Moller, Alaska.

Blue crab rebound probed

Alaska Fisheries Report

Study: Tuna toxins location-based

Cordova vessel exams set

Opinion: Alaska 'the biggest loser'


Friday, August 18, 2017

Port Moller fire detailed

More details emerge on a fire that caused massive damage to the Peter Pan Seafoods processing plant on the Alaska Peninsula.

B.C. skipper fined

36M PWS pinks

Klamath salmon on edge

Farmed salmon grow fast, go deaf

Study: Reserves reduce bycatch