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 By Dan Dinicola    Features    May 1, 2019 

University of Washington's School of Fisheries

At the turn of the twentieth century fishing was big business in the Pacific Northwest. Opportunities to harvest the bounty of the sea were on the rise as seafood and maritime continued to develop... Full story

 

Bering and Aleutian Fisheries

Seafood harvesters of crab and groundfish in the stormy waters of the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands, where average temperatures were warmer than usual, were close to or caught all of their seasonal... Full story

 

NOAA Researches Acidification Impact on Pacific Cod

Federal fisheries researchers have released results of a new laboratory study showing that larval Pacific cod response to elevated carbon dioxide levels in the ocean varies depending on their stage... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    March 1, 2019

"Eco-Trawler" America's Finest Makes Long-awaited Debut

Long before it made the headlines (see Jones Act Waiver below) in 2017, the 260-foot trawler/processor F/V America’s Finest... 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

 

Local Yards Will Stay Busy in 2019

West Coast boat yards have been busy through the summer and are even busier as fishermen change gear types for the fall and winter fisheries. One of these is Seaview Boatyard, which operates three... 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

 

Bering Sea Fisheries

All across the Bering Sea, changes in the regional ecosystem have become an issue that has had far reaching effects – ocean acidification, stratification and low oxygen zones have all been problems affecting not just the oceans, but the fish in the... Full story

 

PSC Limits, Observers Discussed at NPFMC

Federal fisheries managers are reconsidering adjustments in the Chinook salmon prohibited species catch limits for non-Pollock catcher vessels in the Gulf of Alaska, with final action now set for June in Kodiak. After much discussion of an initial...

 

Modernizing Fisheries Management Should Benefit All Sectors

For more than forty years, the North Pacific Fishery Management Council (Council) has utilized a precautionary science-based approach to fisheries management. This approach has led to some of the most sustainably managed fisheries in the world. A... Full story

 

Bristol Bay Red King Crab Harvest is 6.59 Million Pounds

Commercial harvesters of Bristol Bay red king crab wrapped up their season in mid-November with a catch of 6,588,452 pounds, just shy of the 6.601,000-pound quota. "We consider that 100 percent... Full story

 

M/V Excellence Refit

Premier Pacific Seafoods is well known as the marketing and management company for the 680-foot S/S Ocean Phoenix – the largest fish-processing vessel operating in the United States. It was built... Full story

 

Newport Commission Nixes Log Shipping Agreements

Controversy over a pending contract and related agreements to bring log shipping back to the Port of Newport, Oregon refuses to ebb, but the port’s board of commissioners recently rejected several of those agreements, giving concerned commercial... Full story

 

Track Your Fleet's Data from the Office

The maritime industry is steeped in tradition. The fishing industry in particular is set in its ways and often slow to adopt new technology. But every so often something comes along to fundamentally... Full story

 

Researchers Study Survival Odds for Alaska's Lucrative Crab Fisheries

Dynamic conditions and predators in the waters of the North Pacific Ocean notwithstanding, Alaska's lucrative commercial shellfish industry faces growing challenges from ocean acidification and... Full story

 
 By Terry Dillman    Features    July 1, 2017

Oregon Surimi Plant Gets Reprieve

A confluence of support kept a surimi plant on Newport, Oregon’s working waterfront from being shuttered just in time for Pacific whiting season. Officials for Trident Seafoods Corporation, which owns and operates onshore processing facilities in... Full story

 

Bering Sea Fisheries Conference Recap

The seventh annual Bering Sea Fisheries Conference was held in Seattle, Washington on April 20, 2017. The conference was produced by Fishermen’s News and the Philips Publishing Group. This year’s focus was on the financing and technological... Full story

 

Bering Sea Fisheries: Groundfish Faces Marketing Challenges

A supermarket ad in Anchorage newspapers in early March boasted of fresh cod fillets for $6.99 a pound, subject to fishing and weather conditions. The same supermarket flyer offered an assortment of... Full story

 

Eastern Shipbuilding Delivers the F/T ARAHO

In late January, Florida-based Eastern Shipbuilding Group delivered the DNV-classed factory processor fishing trawler F/T Araho (Hull 175) to the O'Hara Corporation of Rockland, Maine. The new... Full story

 
 By Rob Terry    Features    February 1, 2017

"Internet of Things" Solution for Trawl Net Fishermen

It's an early foggy morning in November off the coast of Oregon. The F/V Seeker... Full story

 

Modernization of the North Pacific Fishing Fleet: Economic Opportunity Analysis

Modernizing the North Pacific commercial fishing fleet has become an increasingly important issue for Washington's maritime industry in recent years. With more than 400 federally permitted vessels... Full story

 

Welcome, Blue North

Late last month, the much-awaited 191-foot freezer longliner Blue North was christened at Seattle's Fishermen's Terminal. The new ship, built at Anacortes, Washington-based Dakota Creek Industries... Full story

 

Distinctive Projects Keep Boatyards Busy

The West Coast commercial fishing fleet continues to expand, as vessels are converted, replaced and reconfigured. The North Pacific fleet has seen updates in the form of the newly lengthened... Full story

 

University of Alaska, Fairbanks R/V Sikuliaq

The ice-strengthened research vessel that was "urgently needed" for North Pacific and Arctic research for more than 40 years visited Seattle late last month before leaving on assignment off the coast... Full story

 

Research on Acidification Aims to Assure Crab Stocks a Future

A summer's worth of research, including some 400 bottom tows, is over, giving federal researchers the data needed to proceed with recommending crab harvest totals that will assure a sustainable crab... Full story

 

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