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Articles from the September 1, 2018 edition

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Giddings Boat Works Launches the F/V Evie Grace

Giddings Boat Works has launched the 36-foot by 78' 8" F/V Evie Grace at Giddings Boat Works, marking the third complete steel-hulled vessel constructed at the Charleston Shipyard in just a few short... Full story

 

Washington State Crab

There are two Washington State crab fisheries that are managed by the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW); the Coastal fishery and the Puget Sound fisheries. Both work closely... Full story

 

Crab Industry Braces for News from Summer Surveys in Bering Sea

It's summer in Alaska, and with openers on the state's major crab fisheries still three months off, lucky diners at one Anchorage restaurant had a window of opportunity for entrees of fresh wild king... Full story

 

Delays and Domoic Woes Didn't Ding Dungies

Commercial Dungeness crab fishing is a risky, daunting business, and the emerging and escalating effects of climate change, state and federal regulations, and other factors have made things even more... Full story

 

Don't "Stand for Salmon"

This column has always had a healthy distrust of environmental groups claiming to be working toward the same goal as the commercial fishing industry. Our cynicism is often rewarded once the dust settles. Alaska Ballot Measure 1, Salmon Habitat... Full story

 

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