Fri. Apr 19 2024

Ecuador’s Shrimp Industry Impacted By Power Crisis  


Once Again, Feds Deny Request for Emergency Action on Bering Sea Chinook Salmon Bycatch


2024 Snow Crab Landings Update For NL, Gulf and Maritimes Region As of April 19  


Nordic Aqua Partners Completes First Harvest of Atlantic Salmon At Gaotang, China Facility  


Russian Salmon Sector Booming These Days  


King Oscar and HRH the Crown Prince Haakon of Norway Work to Improve Norwegian Seafood Industry


Researchers Announced Japan’s Coastal Fishing Grounds Moving Northward Since the Late 1800s


Seafoodnews.com Summary Friday, April 19


Thu. Apr 18 2024

VIDEO: Newfoundland Snow Crab and Lobster; Peter Pan Halts Operations


Bringing Offshore Wind Knowledge to Oregon: New Sea Grant Staff Will Facilitate Community Engagement


Farmed Atlantic Salmon Spot Prices Rise in Chile and Norway in March  


NPFMC Issues “Notice of Council Action” on Chum Salmon Bycatch in Bering Sea Pollock Fishery


Puget Sound Tribe to Receive $206K in Federal Salmon Disaster Funding


Asda Issues Recall Of Incorrectly Coded Cooked And Peeled King Prawns  


Australian Rock Lobster Fishers Hope for Trade Relief  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Thursday, April 18


Wed. Apr 17 2024

@FAN Spa Executive Director Explains the Latest Harmful Algal Bloom in Chile  


REPORT: Red Lobster Considering Filing For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy


Fishery Products for Pets Attract Visitors at Japan’s Largest Pet Products and Services Expo


FDA Issues Advisory For Certain Oysters From Republic of Korea  


Building of New Fish Trawlers and Crab Catchers is Seriously Delayed in Russia  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Wednesday, April 17


Tue. Apr 16 2024

ANALYSIS: Live Lobster - Spring Preview  


NL 2024 Lobster Pricing Agreement Released; Find Out What Changed From Last Year  


Peter Pan Halts Operations For Summer And Winter Production Cycles For The “Foreseeable Future”  


American Shrimp Processors Association Calls For Ban on Indian Shrimp Made With Forced Labor  


ANALYSIS: Navigating Shifts in the 2024 Sockeye Season  


4 Of The Biggest Takeaways From The 2022 Fisheries Economics of The U.S. Report


Seafoodnews.com Summary Tuesday, April 16


Mon. Apr 15 2024

FFAW And ASP Come To Agreement To Start 2024 Snow Crab Fishery  


ANALYSIS: Farmed Salmon at Retail Wanes  


Entangled NARW Spotted Off Coast of Rhode Island; 6th UME Documented For 2024


Dunleavy Says Pebble Should Proceed, Files Suit in Alaska Court to Reverse EPA’s Decision


PODCAST: Norway Snow Crab MSC Certified; Seafood Expansion in WIC; and More


California Gov. Newsom Wastes No Time in Requesting Federal Aid for Salmon Fishery  


Russia Increases Sturgeon Catch In Effort To Diversify Its Fish Catch  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Monday, April 15


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New Rules Coming for Oregon Crab Fishermen for the 2020-2021 Season

Dungeness crab fishermen will have to comply with new rules designed to reduce the risk of whale entanglements this year.

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission on Friday adopted measures they hoped will balance out with the economic impacts of Oregon's iconic and important fishery.

The new rules will be effective during the upcoming crab season, which can open Dec. 1, 2020. Starting May 1 each season, the new rules reduce crab pot limits by 20 percent, and restrict gear to inside 40 fathoms...

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