Wednesday Feb 26
Open-access fishery created for scallops
The Alaska Legislature's failure to extend the limited entry program for weathervane scallop fishing, which expired Dec. 30, 2013, has created an open-access opportunity in state waters for the succulent mollusks.
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Stakeholders ponder protections under Gulf rationalization
King Cove Mayor Henry Mack overlooks the empty King Cove boat harbor just days before the crab season was set to begin in October 2005.
Aftershocks still register, 13 months after quake
A little more than a year after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake shook Southeast Alaska, aftershocks continue to register, although with diminishing magnitude and frequency.
Companies to test new products at Symphony of Seafood
Eleven new seafood products from seven companies are set to showcase their ideas at the upcoming Symphony of Seafood gala in Seattle and Anchorage.
Anchorage Daily News
Laine Welch: Seafood gala debuts new products; Small boats to dredge for scallops
Eleven new seafood products from seven companies will be showcased at the upcoming Symphony of Seafood galas in Seattle and Anchorage.