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First Seasonal Grid Closure For Gulf of St. Lawrence; First Temporary Closure For Bay of Fundy  

Rep. Peltola Introduces Bottom Trawl Clarity Act to Mixed Reviews, Also Bill on Bycatch Reduction

Norway’s Directorate of Fisheries Extends Recapture Fishing After May Escapement At Lerøy

Dead North Atlantic Right Whale Spotted Off Southwestern Nova Scotia

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Georgia’s Commercial Oyster Season Set To Close As Warmer Waters Bring Risk of Bacteria  

Commerce Makes Preliminary Determination in AD Investigation Into Shrimp From Ecuador, Indonesia Summary Thursday, May 23

Wed. May 22 2024

ANALYSIS: Copper River Salmon Season Opens with Strong Sockeye Landings and Lower Initial Pricing  

High Liner Invests $10 Million Into Andfjord Salmon For 4.5% Share Ownership  

Remember the Good Times: Red Lobster Encourages Customers To Stick With Them Through Bankruptcy

Additional Gulf of St. Lawrence Grid Closures Named As Snow Crab Harvesters Land 95% of Quota  

The Retail Rundown: Ads Centered on Get Grillin’ Themes

Legal Sea Foods Heralds First Wild Copper River Salmon for Boston Area Restaurants  

Russia Plans to Significantly Increase its Halibut Catch Within Next Several Years Summary Wednesday, May 22

Tue. May 21 2024

Red Lobster Bankruptcy: Thai Union’s Role In Endless Shrimp-Gate Being Investigated  

Nostalgia: The Genius Way Tuna Companies Are Trying To Win Back Millennials  

Irvington Seafood Issues Recall For Crabmeat Potentially Contaminated With Listeria Monocytogenes  

Wanda Fish Unveils Its First Cell-Cultivated Bluefin Tuna Toro Sashimi Summary Tuesday, May 21

Mon. May 20 2024

Everything We Know About Red Lobster’s Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Filing

Catches Are Up in the Copper River; Cordova’s Fleet Gets A Second 12-Hour Opener Today  

Secretary Gina Raimondo Announces Disaster Determination for Bering Sea Snow Crab — Money to Follow  

ANALYSIS: Mid-May Snow Crab Market Update  

Bristol Bay Groups File Motion to Intervene in Pebble’s Challenge to EPA’s Decision

Sea Harvest CEO Issues Statement After Vessel Sinks With 11 Presumed Dead

Russia Continues to Increase Crab Exports to Asia Pacific Region Summary Monday, May 20

Fri. May 17 2024

LISTEN: TAGeX CEO Neal Sherman Talks Media Attention Surrounding Red Lobster Liquidation And More

Silver Bay Seafoods, Channel Fish and More Win Latest USDA Seafood Purchase Requests  

ANALYSIS: Tilapia Market Troubles – Supply Shortages and Supply Chain Disruptions  

North Atlantic Right Whale Calf Presumed Dead; Fourth Calf of 2024 Calving Season To Be Missing

Conveyor Belt Sushi Market Increased by 8% in 2023, 5.5% Increase Projected For 2024

Japan: March Surimi Products Output Fell 5.2% to 36,547 Tons, Household Spending up 2.9%  

Prince William Sound Citizens’ Council Remains Committed to its Mission Summary Friday, May 17

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PANOS Brands Acquires Smoked Salmon Producer The Santa Barbara Smokehouse  

Pioneering Hi-Tech Crabber “North American” Sinks Near Seattle’s Ballard Bridge

NL Snow Crab Drama Continues With Talks Of Plant Worker Strikes  

Cooke Accused of Violating American Fisheries Act and Jones Act

Russia Confirms Plans to Increase Volume of Krill Catch This Year  

VIDEO: Red Lobster Closures; Gulf of St. Lawrence Grid Closures; New Atlantic Sapphire CEO  

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Alaska Board of Fish Rejects Pressure to Rule on Hatchery Issues at October Meeting

adf&gSEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] by John Sackton and Peggy Parker - October 17, 2018

In one of the most hotly contested issues of recent years, the Alaska Board of Fisheries rejected two proposals to limit hatchery production of salmon after hours of staff reports and public discussion.

With the decline in salmon runs in parts of the State this year, opponents of hatcheries have seized on the unproven theories that excess competition from hatchery salmon is hurting wild stocks.

Accordingly, they have put forward motions to limit hatchery fish, although fully 31% of Alaska salmon landings are supported by hatcheries.  At the meeting the ADF&G said that 40%...

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