Saturday, July 20, 2024

Tag: halibut

Fish Factor: Pollock down, Pacific cod up in allowable 2022 harvests

Fisheries are driven by numbers and there will be more ups than downs in 2022 catches for Alaska fishermen based on poundages set by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council.

Fish Factor: Harvest boost anticipated in Pacific halibut fishery

The Pacific halibut stock appears to be on an upswing and could result in increased catches for most regions in 2022.

Fish Factor: Old fishing gear is being repurposed into Grudens casual...

Grundéns is using recycled plastics from old fishing gear for a new line of rugged casual wear, and the first batch contains contributions from Cordova.

Price of fish has big impact on Alaska economy

Why should every Alaskan budget watcher care about the price of fish? Because when the price at the docks goes up by just one penny,...

Salmon permit value up, buying, selling, trading brisk

Nearly all Alaska salmon permits have gone up in value since last fall and buying/selling/trading action is brisk. “We’re as busy as we’ve ever been...

Obituary: Zenas Edward “Ed” Zeine

It will come as a surprise to many that the man we knew and revered as Ed Zeine was actually given the name Zenas...

Plan to grab fish taxes doesn’t impress Senate committee

None of the members of the Senate Community and Regional Affairs committee live near the sea, but at a recent hearing they were not...

Fresh wild Pacific halibut hits retail market

Fresh wild Pacific halibut, known for their delectable white meat, are back in retail seafood shops and being featured as dinner entrees in fine...

E&E Foods to purchase APICDA subsidiary

Aleutian Pribilof Island Community Development Association has announced plans to sell its subsidiary Cannon Fish Co. to E&E Foods, a leader in the seafood...

ComFish Alaska marks its 40th year

Alaska’s seafood industry is gathered in Kodiak March 27-30, for the 40th year running, to talk all things fish, from state and federal legislation...