Judge said NOAA Fisheries must fix errors in its biological opinion to allow ‘incidental take’ of Chinook salmon.
Keep kissing those big fish bucks goodbye, Alaska!
As AK looks for new revenue streams, the bulk of all groundfish and crab values goes Outside every year.
No relief for beleaguered Southeast Alaska trollers as judge rejects request to keep fishery open
The economic hit is pegged at $85 million for SE trollers of which 85% are AK residents.
Copper River gets 3rd salmon opener on May 22
Starting prices for fishermen were down by more than a dollar from last year.
Frozen sockeye prices continue to slide
Lots of frozen sockeye carryover from the 2022 season are pushing down wild salmon prices across the board.
Slow going for first salmon opener at Copper River
Media hoopla runs high for the first fresh fish but prices plummet at retail.
Cook Inlet setnet buyback; Salmon rehab bills before AK Legislature
CI setnetters would have option to sell back permits to the state: Rehab plan would restore depleted salmon stocks.
AK salmon season officially starts on May 15!
Season’s first fishery for reds and kings opens next Monday!
Research tracked 66 juvenile wild salmon populations from OR to AK over decades. Calls for protecting salmon habitats.
US salmon exports, values sank in 2022 except for sockeyes
Volumes and values of US salmon exports plummeted for all but sockeyes.