Tue. Jul 16 2019

EPA in Pacific Northwest Weighs in Against Pebble Mine: Draft EIS Inadequate for Meaningful Analysis


How a NOAA Aerial Whale Survey Team Aided Canadian Rescuers in Effort to Disentangle Right Whale


We'koqma'q First Nation Partners With Cooke Aquaculture on Sales, Marketing of Steelhead Trout  


ASC Revises Salmon and Freshwater Trout Standard  


5 Alaska Fishermen Rescued After Vessel Sinks Near Black Island


'Deadliest Catch' Star Sig Hansen Helps Launch Resqunit's Canadian Operations  


Captain D's Launches Their Limited Time Lobster & Crab Celebration Menu  


Coast Guard Coordinates Complex Rescue of 2 Fishermen More than 1300 Miles Southwest of San Diego


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, July 16


Mon. Jul 15 2019

Bristol Bay Run Could Reach 50M Sockeye, if Port Moller Results are in Line with Previous Years  


China's Value as Huge Shrimp Market Results in Both Foreign Winners and Losers    


Urner Barry Rolls Out Updated Foreign Trade Data Platform


LISTEN: Lobster Bait Alternative; Fortune International's New Acquisition; Amazon Prime Day and More  


Unusual Die-Offs of Pink Salmon, Marine Mammals, Seabirds, and Krill in Alaska’s Northwest Frontier  


Amazon Prime Day: 5 Seafood Organizations You Can Support For Free While You Shop


Japanese Fishing Co. Ordered to Pay $1.5 Million Fine For Attempting to Cover Up Illegal Pollution


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, July 15


Fri. Jul 12 2019

Alaska’s Fisheries No Longer the Gold Standard, as Budget Fiasco Threatens Research and Management   


FISH-NL Seeking Immediate Halt to All Fishing for Northern Cod Outside Stewardship Fishery  


Bristol Bay Catches Continue Up a Week After the Season’s Historical Peak


Alaska Fisheries Budget Fares Better Than Most


Congressmen Young and Van Drew Introduce Bipartisan Magnuson-Stevens Act Reauthorization


VIDEO: Maine's Lobster Bait Crisis; Sea Shepherd Petition; Prime Day; Protecting Right Whales  


Maine Gov. Mills Directs State to Present Alternative Plan to Protect Endangered Right Whales


Maine Delegation Sends Letter to Trump Regarding Impact of Whale Regulations on Lobster Industry  


Maine Lawmakers Send Another Request Seeking Relief for Lobster Industry Amidst Trade War with China  


ASPA Reinforces That Commercial Wild-Caught Shrimp from Gulf of Mexico is Safe to Eat  


Planted's Pea-based Chicken, a Meatless Alternative, Was Inspired by Hagfish Slime  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, July 12


Thu. Jul 11 2019

Bristol Bay Harvest Exceeds 26.1M Forecast; Naknek-Kvichak Catch Now at 6 Million Sockeye  


Maine Lobster Bait Crisis: Cooke Aquaculture Receives Approval for Blackbelly Rosefish  


Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Fishery to Re-Open Off Texas on July 15  


Opinion: B.C. Still “Dragging its Feet” on Mine Safety. UFA Asks AK Delegation to "Lock it In."


California Congressman Announces Listening Tour for Magnuson-Stevens Reauthorization Bill


Russia Plans to Build At Least 30 New Crab Vessels in Coming Years  


Alaskans Own Delivers For a Decade  


Veramaris CEO Looks at Next Steps After Opening of $200 Mln Omega-3 Algal Oil Facility in Nebraska  


Thai Union Awarded Asia's Best CEO, Best Investor Relations Company at Asia Excellence Awards


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, July 11


Wed. Jul 10 2019

Acoustic Tags Reveal Dungeness Crab Ranges; Research May Inform Management, Offshore Energy Siting  


URNER BARRY: King Crab Imports on the Rise?  


Fortune International Expands Reach into Gulf States with Acquisition of Jubilee Seafood


China's Tilapia Industry Works to Build Domestic Market Under Trade War Shadow  


NMFS Rejects Sea Shepherd Petition to Ban Seafood Imports from New Zealand


Fish Catches, Prices, Sales by AK Region  


Louisiana Lawmakers Ask Secretary Ross to Review Impacts to Louisiana's Fishery Resources  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, July 10


Seafood Nutrition Partnership Receives 2-Year Funding Commitment From Walton Family Foundation


Tue. Jul 9 2019

SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, July 9


Friendly's Restaurant Adds Lobster Quesadilla, Lobster Mac & Cheese to Summer Menu  


Omega Shipyard Vessel to Join Cooke Uruguay's South American Red Crab Fishery  


Publix Partners with SFP and GSSI to Improve Transparency and Sustainability


Transport Canada Introduces New Measures to Protect North Atlantic Right Whales After 6 Deaths


Trust Between Industry and Government is Key for UK Fishing Industry Post Brexit


Tragic Explosion and Fire at Whittier Dock in PWS; Coast Guard Suspends Search for Missing Person


Whole Foods Offering Discount on Wild-Caught Sockeye Salmon Fillets as Part of Prime Day  


Applebee's Adds Shrimp to Their All You Can Eat Dining Event  


Russia Considering Changes to Foreign Quotas This Year


Scottish Salmon Company Looking To Sell Business  


Alaska Fishing Updates for July 2019  


N. Pacific Council Asks Dept of Justice to Follow Through on Appeal Invalidating Adak Cod Set Aside


REPORTER: Increased Demand and Growing Imports Continue for Farmed Salmon  


REPORTER: Pollock is a Hot Topic at Major Seafood Shows  


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New Turtle Limits Recommended to Re-Open Hawai'i Swordfish Fishery

Federal fishery managers on Friday concluded its nearly year-long effort to provide relief to the Hawai'i-based shallow-set longline fishery for swordfish.

The Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council, at its 177th Meeting held on April 12, 2019, recommended revised fleet-wide sea turtle interaction limits along with new individual trip-based interaction limits, the Council said in a press release.

A recent draft biological opinion (BiOp) developed by the National Marine Fisheries Service provided managers with a basis for a new limit for loggerhead and...

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