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Bristol Bay fishermen fume over low prices, but processors say they're hurting too
A few times this summer, Jared Danielson, who fishes for salmon on the Alaska Peninsula, found... Full story
In "major victory" for SE Alaska trollers, federal appeals panel reverses king fishery closure
A federal appeals panel issued a last-second ruling Wednesday that will allow this summer’s Southeast Alaska troll Chinook salmon fishery to open...
Lower 48 group plans to seek endangered species listing for SE kings
A Washington state-based conservation group whose actions have already caused the closure of the Southeast Alaska king salmon commercial troll...
To protect orcas, federal judge orders closure of iconic Southeast Alaska troll fishery
A federal judge issued an order Tuesday that appears to close an iconic Southeast Alaska salmon... Full story
Warming waters are driving Bering Sea crashes, but Alaska's fishing industry is quiet on climate
Billions of snow crab disappeared from the Bering Sea in the past few years — a crash that’s devastated Alaska’s crab fishing fleet and a... Full story