Mon. Nov 11 2019

ADF&G Forecasts 2020 Return of 48 Million Sockeye for Bristol Bay: a Harvest of 34.5 Million


LISTEN: Chilean Salmon Production Ramps Up; Dungeness Crab Season Delay and More  


ANALYSIS: Blue Swimming Crab Meat Market Flat for 7 Straight Weeks  


New Fish Tax Passed by Bristol Bay Borough Voters


Coast Guard Suspends Search for 1 crew of F/V Miss Hailee in California


Labeyrie Joins IBM Food Trust Platform, Improves Traceability of Smoked Salmon Products  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, November 11


Fri. Nov 8 2019

West Coast Crab Meat Recovery Results Show Consistent Range from CA to WA  


ANALYSIS: Pangasius & Catfish Imports Down 40%; Two Different Stories  


Russian Fish Producers to Raise Prices to Offset Growing Fuel, Tax Costs  


Vietnam Turns to China for Saving its Basa Industry, but Uncertanties Loom in the Neighboring Market  


Alaska Fisheries Keep Port of Seattle Afloat


Iceland Seafood Agrees on Head of Terms to Acquire Elba S.L.


FFAW Urging Canadian Gov’t. to Refuse Oil/Gas Exploration Bids on Key Fishing Area


Natural Shrimp, Inc. Announces $1 million of Series B Preferred Subscriptions


New Study Says Millions of Seabirds Rely on Discarded Fish


Seaweed Farm Becomes First of its Kind to Earn ASC-MSC Certification


Coast Guard Medevacs Injured Cewman Near Sitkinak Island


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, November 8


Thu. Nov 7 2019

Salmon Production Begins to Pickup in Chile  


Kroger Debuts New Logo and Launches Brand Transformation Campaign


Cell Phones are Finding Lost Fishing Gear


BioMar Introduces DNA Testing for Marine Ingredients


U.S. Lawmakers Press Fish & Wildlife Service to Address Avian Predators Damage to Aquaculture  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, November 7


Wed. Nov 6 2019

Governor Dunleavy Tours Japan On Trade Mission This Week


CDFW Director Shortens California Crab Season Delay by One Day, to Nov. 22  


ANALYSIS: September Shrimp Imports Fall; First Decline in Seven Months  


ANALYSIS: Lobster Imports Increase in September, Led by a Surge from Canada  


Permit Values Tick up in Some AK Regions, Tank in Others


Seafish Report: More Than Half of UK Consumers Want to Eat More Seafood


Thai Union Reports Sales Volume Grows While Value Drops in Q3 Due to Currency Values


Clearwater Reports Third Quarter 2019 Results


Oyster Spat Research Becoming a Top Priority in Northern Australia  


Aker BioMarine: Large-scale Krill Survey Confirms Healthy Biomass


Langostino Lobster Returns to Rubio’s, New Rewards Program Launches


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, November 6


Tue. Nov 5 2019

Protests Continue in Chile as Product Reaches Market  


Alaska Dept. of Labor: Seafood Jobs Dropped 4.9% in 2018


Shrimp Prices Rise in China but Suppliers Hesitate to Export to Oriental Market  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, November 5


Retracted: Companies Ink Deal to Use Blockchain for Protection Thai Aquaculture Sector Workers


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Pacific Halibut Stock Assessment Slightly Down, 2019 Catch Limits TBD in January

The results of the 2018 survey and stock assessment for Pacific halibut were released earlier this week and the industry is again faced with numbers that may not ring alarm bells, but still call for prudent decisions on catch limits. 

Although both fishing intensity and total catch dropped from 2017 to 2018, the spawning biomass (adult females in the population) also decreased slightly. This is the result of little recruitment, a problem that is expected to continue for the next few years... 

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