Fishermen's News - The Advocate for the Commercial Fisherman

Articles from the December 1, 2019 edition

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Processing Equipment: Automation and Innovation

Although catch processing technology in the commercial fishing industry isn't as advanced as the technology you might find elsewhere, such as the automotive, entertainment or mobile communications... Full story

 

Oregon Crab Fishery Faces Regulatory Changes

Oregon's Dungeness crab fishermen find themselves entangled in a regulatory conundrum over whales, facing difficult decisions on how best to chart a course through the flotsam and jetsam of "known... Full story

 

Shelf Life: Get the Blood Out

Keep it cold and get the blood out. These are the two phrases that are repeated in conversations regarding fish quality. Keeping it cold is straightforward. Getting the blood out is not. Blood in fish causes bruising. Often this bruising is not appar... Full story

 

Seafood Harvesting Jobs in Alaska Saw Decline in 2018

Seafood Harvesting Jobs in Alaska Saw Decline in 2018 Employment figures compiled by state of Alaska labor officials show that employment in the state’s seafood harvesting industry dropped 4.9 percent in 2018, erasing most gains of the prior year,... Full story

 

For the People?

Your local, state and federal governments exist to serve your needs. Or do they? On September 25th, a press release from US Senator Maria Cantwell (D, WA), noted that Ron Warren, the Director of Fish... Full story

 

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