Halibut fishing in Alaska will open March 23, and this year, like the last, Southeast Alaska fishermen will see a slight uptick in their allowable catch.
A collaborative effort between a Western Alaska fishing group and the State of Alaska is improving infrastructure and hopefully economic opportunity in the region.
The state Board of Fisheries asked fishermen to compromise at its Alaska Peninsula meeting in Anchorage Feb. 26 to March 4.
Hats off to Rep. Paul Seaton of Homer.
More wild salmon from Alaska will reach world markets this year if forecasts hold true for the 2013 season.
At a meeting involving the Alaska Peninsula, the Board of Fisheries also talked about the work done by the Upper Cook Inlet Task Force this year.
A sockeye salmon product won the grand prize at the Alaska Symphony of Seafood Gala in Anchorage Feb. 23.
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council took preliminary steps toward action on a number of issues at its February meeting, including revising the definition of a fishing guide.
In Southwest Alaska, the question isn’t ‘how does your garden grow’ but rather ‘how does your port prosper’?
For nearly seven years, 2 Sister’s Alaska Seafood operated out of a tiny grey building on Bridge Access Road in Kenai.