Mon. Jan 21 2019

California, Oregon Choose Different Dates to Open Remaining Coastline to Crabbing  

Roughly One-Third of Russia’s Fish Harvest Continues to be Lost or Destroyed  

Basa Industry Prospers in Vietnam; China's Industry Also Blooms  

Smaller Winter Crab Fisheries Give Economic Boost to Coastal Communities  

Unexpected Squid War Breaks out in Chile

Herring Season in San Francisco Bay Canceled as Market Dries Up Summary Monday, January 21

Fri. Jan 18 2019

Americans Will Pay More for Alaska Seafood, Say it Supports US Jobs  

Austral Fisheries and BCG Digital Ventures Launch New Tracking Platform  

Safe Quality Seafood Associates Launches SIMP Training Course

Angry Crab Shack Celebrates Fifth Anniversary, Plans Expansion

Delta Pride Catfish Appoints New Sales Department Product Integrity Manager Summary Friday, January 18

Thu. Jan 17 2019

East Coast Seafood Consolidation of Groton Facility Comes from Years of Planning, Company Says  

Kodiak Tanners Open After 24 Hour Weather Delay  

Despite Predictions, Russian Fisherman Do Not Expect Pollock Decline Over Next 5 Years  

San Diego Hotel Launches Sea-to-Dining Experience Focusing on Local Seafood Trend

Charoen Pokphand to Double Number of Fishmeal Plants Meeting IFFO Responsible Sourcing Standard

Champion Petfoods, Featuring Wild-Caught, Sustainable Fish, Coming to Petco Stores  

Online Grocery Company GrubMarket Acquires Chasin Foods as Part of West Coast Expansion Summary Thursday, January 17

Wed. Jan 16 2019

Government Shutdown Costing Fishing Industry Millions; Some Damage is Irreversible

$9 shore price in southwestern Nova Scotia creates lobster season ‘bottleneck’

Data on Alaska Fish Catches, Prices, Processor Sales by AK Region  

Fisheries Council of Canada Launches Future Leaders Program in Cooperation with NFI

Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods, Monterey Bay Aquarium Announce Sri Lankan Blue Swimming Crab Rating  

New York Files Suit over fluke allocations highlighting issue of fish moving due to cimate change  

Film Chronicles Changes in Indonesia’s Fish Management, Highlights ‘One-by-one’ Tuna Fishery  

Coast Guard Formalizes Investigation into F/V Mary B II Capsizing  

Ocean Beauty’s Echo Falls Brand Launches 3 New Smoked Salmon Products  

Bumble Bee Foods, FCF Fishery Co. and Ocean Outcomes Launch FIPs in Key Albacore Fisheries  

Canada Food Inspection Agency Launches New Food Safety Regulations

Hawaii Seafood Exporter Signs Agreement With TNC to Help Save Snapper, Grouper Fishery Summary Wednesday, January 16

Tue. Jan 15 2019

Washington State Permit Holders and Crew Land Largest Share of AK Fisheries

Washington Commission Supports WDFW's Attention to Orcas' Needs in Crafting Salmon Seasons  

NFI Crab Council Releases Statement on Fishery Improvement Progress in Sri Lanka  

Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute Executive Director Applications Due This Friday Summary Tuesday, January 15

Captain D's Opens New Restaurant in Orlando

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Fraser Sockeye Season Steady With About 70 Percent Landed So Far; Alaska Catch Now Over 110 Million Salmon

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] by Peggy Parker  - September 12, 2018

At yesterday’s meeting of the Fraser River Panel, adjustments were made to the Early Summer and Late-run run-size estimates, both downward from pre-season estimates. In the Fraser River’s four distinct sockeye runs, the Late-run is larger than any other, this year accounting for more than half of the total Fraser sockeye run. 

The pre-season forecast for the total Fraser run was just under 14 million sockeye, which includes ...

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