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Articles from the July 1, 2018 edition

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AMCC Connects Seafood Aficionados With Harvesters

Seafood aficionado Sue Ives held up packets of fresh frozen Prince William Sound spot prawns, admiring her latest purchase from Catch 49 (Catch49.org), a program that connects consumers with... Full story

 

Who Do You Want By Your Side at Sea?

Unless you are one of those brave souls who fills the role of both captain and deckhand on your vessel, it is highly likely that you spend most of your time fishing in the company of others. The long... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    July 1, 2018

Making the Grade: Fishing Boat Propulsion to Meet Regulations

According to the experts, 2018 was going to be the year when the future arrived in the engine room of every new fishing vessel, with the demanding EPA Tier 4 rule for engines over 805 HP and all the... Full story

 

Salmon Ballot Initiative's Fate Rests With Court

Alaska Supreme Court judges will ultimately decide by early September the initial fate of the Yes for Salmon ballot initiative slated to go on the state’s general election ballot in November. The five justices heard arguments in Anchorage on April... Full story

 

"[Expletive] the Fishermen!"

This seems to have been the sentiment for years among those elected to represent you in the City of Seattle and the State of Washington. Finally, someone has come right out and said it. Seattle City... Full story

 

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