Wed. Jun 26 2019

Record-breaking Catch of June Pink Salmon in South Alaska

DFO Confirms Death of 2 More North Atlantic Right Whales in Gulf of St. Lawrence

Egegik and Nushagak Sockeye Make Up Two-thirds of Latest Port Moller Test Fishery Stock Composite

Alaska Scallop Fishery Opens July 1  

13 Environmental NGO's Call For 100% Observer Coverage on Industrial Tuna Fishing Vessels  

FISH-NL Wants Cod Quality Program Eliminated  

It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like 'Fishmas': Long John Silver's Launches New Campaign  

Santa Monica Seafood Hires Levitt Foods As Company's National Retail Broker Summary Wednesday, June 26

Tue. Jun 25 2019

BBRSDA Partners with Five Retailers for Fresh Sockeye Promotions in July  

The North Pacific Right Whale Sings, More Marine Mammal Deaths Investigated in Alaska

Salmon Markets to Watch: Kings, Pinks  

Walmart China Announces New Blockchain Traceability Platform

Prairie AquaTech Wins 2019 Aquafeed Innovation Award for Ingredients

Sea Shepherd Launches Operation Siso to Fight IUU Fishing in Mediterranean Sea Summary Tuesday, June 25

Mon. Jun 24 2019

LISTEN: Right Whale News; Starkist Contests Gov’t Filing; Alaska seeks Assistance Package and More

China’s White Shrimp Industry Held Back by Problems, Uncertainties  

Fishing Starts in Bristol Bay as Protests Against Pebble Mine Build

Scientists Recommend Removing Catch Limits for Pacific Territory Longline-Caught Bigeye Tuna  

TUNACONS Aims for First Purse Seine Tuna MSC Certification in Eastern Pacific

China's E-commerce Giants Continue to Achieve Success in Online Seafood Markets  

Electronic Monitoring Systems Offer New Option for Tracking West Coast Groundfish Catches  

Whole Foods, Marine Stewardship Council Celebrate 20 Years of Sustainable Seafood  

WTO Negotiations of Fisheries Subsidies Pick Up Pace as More Proposals are Tabled Summary Monday, June 24

Fri. Jun 21 2019

The Winding Glass: New Canadian Fisheries Law a Step Forward, But it Won't Resolve Conflicts

UrnerBarry's Summer 2019 Reporter Issue Released; Read It Online For Free Now  

New Study Finds A Majority of Right Whale Deaths A Result of Entanglement, Vessel Collisions

Copper River Sockeye Run Stays Strong, Prince William Sound Early Landings Encouraging

Russia Plans to Produce 461,000 Tonnes of Salmon This Year

Second North Atlantic Right Whale Death Reported in Gulf of St. Lawrence

VIDEO: StarKist Battles Fine; Fisheries Disaster Relief; Shark Fin Ban and More

Port Moller’s First Genetic Composition Report Shows Egegik and Wood Districts High

RAS Salmon Looms Large for Alaska  

Massachusetts Congressmen Moulton Secures $1.5 Million for Right Whale Research

“Cook Your Catch” Experience Now Available on Select Seabourn Voyages Summary Friday, June 21

Thu. Jun 20 2019

Hilborn: Rebuilding Plans for Widow Rockfish Caused the Collapse of the Fishery  

Maine Congressman Jared Golden Introduces Amendment to Block Right Whale Regulations  

Canada Approves New Fisheries Act, Bans Imports and Exports of Shark Fins

New Report Says Surfclams Uniquely Resilient to Climate Change

Seafood Companies Find Profits in the Chinese Market but Face Uncertainty  

Derelict Vessel Law Rollout is a Mess, AK Fishermen Ask for Delay

New Regulations Require B.C. Fishermen to Wear PFDs Aboard Fishing Vessels Summary Thursday, June 20

MSC's Jackie Marks Honored By Washington Women in Public Relations

Camanchaca's Bert Bachmann Retiring After 18 Years With the Company

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News Summary September 13, 2018 

Today's Main Story: Massive Canadian Buying of Lobster Keeping Prices Steady in Maine, Despite Loss of China Market

Today’s lead item reports that the lobster market is much bigger than just China. When the China lobster tariffs of 25% went into effect on July 6, many feared an immediate reaction in Maine leading to lower prices. That has not happened ...

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