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Budget Holes

Last month we said nice things about Washington State Governor Jay Inslee (Today’s Catch: Credit Where It’s Due), acknowledging his veto of a pair of pretty transparent power grabs put forth by...

 

Bristol Bay Bracing for a Season Like None Other

For millions of wild sockeye salmon returning to Bristol Bay in 2020 it will be the traditional journey, but for thousands of people coming to harvest and process the world's largest run of red salmon...

 

Cold Storage: New and Emerging Technologies

The coronavirus global pandemic turned the food supply chain on its head during the first quarter of 2020, but one thing it didn't have an adverse effect on was the demand for cold storage, which...

 

Integrated Marine Systems: 30 Years of Innovation

Innovation has always been part of Integrated Marine Systems' history. The company originated from the corner of a shipyard in Port Townsend 30 years ago, where the business had been outfitting...

 

Bering Sea Processing

The Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands region is the "sweet spot" of the US North Pacific fishing industry. Not only does it support some of the largest and most valuable commercial fisheries in the...

 

Thank Goodness for Refrigeration

Frozen fish used to have a stigma, probably for good reason. Before the advent of onboard refrigeration (see the excellent piece by Mark Burn beginning on page 22 of March 2020 Fishermen's News) the...

 
 By Mark Burn    Features    March 1, 2020

Pride, Refrigeration and the Price of Fish

Laying against the dock was a power scow with a mounded deck load of salmon. This was one of those 88-foot shovel-nosed wood "tenders" that had made its way from Ketchikan to a processor on the Guemes...

 

Seafood Added $5.6 B to Alaska Economy in 2017–2018

Alaska’s seafood industry added $5.6 billion in economic output to the state economy in 2017/2018, employing nearly 59,000 workers in harvesting, processing and other industry jobs who earned $1.7 million in wages. The 5.7 billion pounds of...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Alaska Symphony of Seafoods Announces 2020 Winners

Alaska Leader Seafoods' meal kit of wild Alaska cod in tempura batter with Panko breading and a side of fries has won the Seattle People's Choice award in the 2020 Alaska Symphony of Seafood...

 

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...

 

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,...

 

2019 Commercial Fishing Gear and Equipment Guide

Commercial fishing is not only tough on the body, it's tough on gear and equipment, too. Excessively worn gear and equipment can eventually become a safety hazard, so it's imperative workers have...

 

Blue North Fisheries, Clipper Seafoods Acquired by BBNC

Two major operators in the freezer longline cod sector of the Bering Sea fishery have been acquired by Bristol Bay Native Corp., a regional Alaska Native corporation with offices in Anchorage and...

 

Operating Standards

Last month this column generated some correspondence regarding the treatment of sustainably-harvested wild salmon. Suffice it to say that some were happy to see our editorial, some not, but all...

 

Humpies Boost Alaska Salmon Harvest to 196 Million

A harvest surge in late August and early September boosted Alaska’s humpy harvest to more than 122 million fish and the overall wild salmon harvest to nearly 196 million fish. The improved trajectory put the 2019 season at nearly 90 percent of the...

 

Every Fisherman an Ambassador

The Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association (BBRSDA) says, “Every Bristol Bay fisherman is an ambassador of the Bristol Bay sockeye brand; it is your brand - and catching, handling and...

 

Oregon Dungeness Crab Fishery Finishes with Another Stellar Year

Forget about king crabs. Dungeness crabs are considered the kings of the Pacific Northwest. Allegedly named after a small, unincorporated fishing community on the Strait of Juan de Fuca in...

 

New Technology is Key to Study of Bristol Bay Red King Crab

Collaborators in an innovative research effort to track the trail of Bristol Bay red king crab are hoping that the combination of acoustic tags and an unmanned drone will give them answers to help...

 

Trawling Technology: What's New and on the Horizon

Trawling technology is often considered fairly simplistic and straightforward, especially when compared to the technological advances in electronics, robotics and even some forms of medicine. But...

 

Keeping Fish Cold

Part three in a 3-part series about extending shelf life through Good Manufacturing practices. Unless you are transporting live product or are freezing on board, all fisheries, all gear types, all...

 
 By Linda Behnken    Features    July 1, 2019

Alaska Charts the Course for Young Fishermen

Along America's coastlines, fishing communities face stiff headwinds when it comes to providing in-place economic opportunities for young people. Nowhere is this more evident than Alaska. The...

 

Vessel Sanitation

This is the second in a three-part series designed to address bacteria, sanitation and temperature as they work together to protect or decrease shelf life at harvest and transport to the processing facility. A clean fishing vessel inhibits bacteria...

 

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