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Collateral Damage

Few people are as well known on the Seattle waterfront as Warren Aakervik. Warren “retired” from Ballard Oil a few years back, but he doesn’t seem to want to leave, which is a good thing... Full story

Vessel Profile: F/V Quantum Leap

Luke Gardner grew up in Southwest Washington at the mouth of the Columbia River, the home of the first great salmon fishery. But it was in Bristol Bay, Alaska that he first participated in the... Full story

2018 Gear Guide

Wet Work Is it raining where you are? Yeah – here too. We can stay inside and sip a hot cup of coffee but you probably have to go out in the rain. Grundéns has you covered. Grundéns... Full story

Fish Farm Firm Flouts Foes

For an international maritime aquaculture giant, it's an early yuletide bonus. To fish farm foes, it's a "nightmare before Christmas." After what they say was an extremely strict vetting process,... Full story

Effort Intensifies to Recycle Old Fishing Nets

A research scientist intent on helping the seafood industry dispose of old fish nets, preferably by recycling them into ingredients for actual new products, met this past week in Anchorage with an... Full story

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