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Articles from the February 1, 2020 edition

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Vessel Profile: F/V Carriere

Late last year Port Angeles, Washington-based Lee Shore Boats delivered a 49-foot by 15-foot dive boat to Suquamish Seafoods for use in the Suquamish Tribe's geoduck harvest. The new boat, christened...

 
 By Einar Ask    Features    February 1, 2020

A History of the MARCO Puretic Power Block

The history of the Puretic Power Block is the history of all seine fisheries and seine systems since 1955. In just a few years, the Puretic Power Block changed seining methods around the world. Mario...

 

Search Ends for Five Missing on Crab Boat

An extensive search launched by the US Coast Guard for the crab vessel Scandies Rose, which sank in a storm in the Gulf of Alaska on New Year's Eve, ended some 20 hours later, with two crew members re...

 

Russia Unhappy with US Fisheries Agreements

Russia has started revising the existing agreement between the United States and the USSR on the maritime border, which was signed on July 1, 1990, according to recent reports by certain senior...

 

Pass it On

As we went to press, the Alaska Young Fishermen’s Summit was taking place at the Baranof Hotel in Juneau, Alaska. Produced by Alaska Sea Grant, the summit is a three-day networking and...

 

Sockeye Forecast Down for Copper River, Upper Cook Inlet

A total run of 1.4 million sockeye salmon, along with 60,000 Chinooks, are expected to return to the Copper River in 2020, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. The state forecast...

 

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