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Political solution sought for China geoduck ban

Political solution sought for China geoduck ban

The ban has been in place since mid-December, when Chinese officials claimed they found high toxin and arsenic levels in geoducks from Washington State and from dive areas around Ketchikan.

Judge hears arguments over Juneau cruise ship docks

Judge hears arguments over Juneau cruise ship docks

The ongoing dispute between the Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial and the City and Borough of Juneau continued in court on Monday.

Big inventory of Alaska pink salmon presents marketing challenge

Big inventory of Alaska pink salmon presents marketing challenge

The record setting pink salmon catch in Alaska last year has left seafood processing companies with several year’s worth of inventory of canned product, although not all of the pink salmon winds up in a can.

Reifenstuhl: Regional hatcheries return investment seven-fold

Reifenstuhl: Regional hatcheries return investment seven-fold

Southeast Alaska’s hatchery programs are a critical part of the success of commercial fisheries says Reifenstuhl.

Meet the greatest dating service agent in Iceland’s fishing industry

Meet the greatest dating service agent in Iceland’s fishing industry

If your a fisheries business in Iceland, Thor Sigfusson is kind of like your wingman.

Summit aims to spark collaboration, new ideas in SE Alaska’s economy

Summit aims to spark collaboration, new ideas in SE Alaska’s economy

JEDC’s 3rd annual Innovation Summit is Wednesday and Thursday at Juneau’s Centennial Hall.

Southeast commercial halibut catch increased for 2014

Southeast commercial halibut catch increased for 2014

Southeast Alaska’s commercial halibut catch limit is going up.

Commercial fishing film festival celebrates third year

Commercial fishing film festival celebrates third year

There’s a big mix of commercial fishing footage in Alaska and elsewhere, from the historical to the hysterical online this week for the Third Annual Commercial Fishing Film Festival.

Alaska goes on charm offensive against Wal-Mart over salmon dispute

Alaska goes on charm offensive against Wal-Mart over salmon dispute

For months, Wal-Mart and state officials have gone back and forth on whether Alaska salmon should be sold in their stores.

Wash. closes geoduck harvesting area

Chinese reportedly detected arsenic in shipment of clams harvested in October by the Puyallup Tribe in Poverty Bay