Every year since 1991 Fish Factor has selected “picks and pans” for Alaska’s seafood industry — a no-holds-barred look back at some of the year’s best and worst fishing highlights.
Cod, pollock and tanner crab fisheries have been "open for business" since Jan. 1, writes Laine Welch.
They say good things come in small packages, and that’s the case for Alaska cod fishermen heading into the new year.
A deck of clever playing cards is teaching people about one of Alaska’s most popular yet fragile fishing favorites: rockfish.
An ongoing mariculture initiative aims to develop a $100 million industry in 20 years, writes Laine Welch.
Lower catches for Pacific halibut are in the forecast for the foreseeable future.
The value of Alaska salmon permits has ticked upwards in regions that experienced a good fishery this year while others have tanked.
Alaska’s 2019 salmon season was worth $657.6 million to fishermen, a 10 percent increase from the 2018 fishery.
The federal government’s plan to raze more roads through the Tongass National Forest is facing strong headwinds from fishermen, Native groups and coastal communities throughout Southeast Alaska.
They're certainly cute, but the voracious appetites of sea otters continue to cause horrendous damage to some of Southeast Alaska’s most lucrative fisheries.