North America

Published on
August 3, 2018

While much of Alaska posted low salmon runs in 2018, sockeye flooded Bristol Bay again for a third straight year of historic runs

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Steve Bittenbender

Published on
July 24, 2018

NOAA Fisheries Southeast Fisheries Science Center reported on Monday, 22 July, that shrimp landings in the Gulf of Mexico were down in June as compared to a year ago

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Mark Godfrey

Published on
July 19, 2018

Nine Jamaican companies have been approved by Chinese authorities to export crayfish into China

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Ben Fisher

Published on
July 12, 2018

While the Copper River District is still closed to commercial and sport salmon fishing, and is on par to have its second-worst season in a half century, other districts in Alaska are delivering more encouraging numbers

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Ben Fisher

Published on
July 5, 2018

Although Alaskan state biologists predicted a harvest of more than a million sockeye salmon from the Copper River this season, only around 25,000 sockeye were commercially harvested in in May, with 7,000 king salmon being harvested during the same period

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Jason Holland

Published on
July 3, 2018

The cod quota for the North Sea in 2019 should be slashed by 47 percent, the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) has recommended

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Steve Bittenbender

Published on
June 26, 2018

Shrimpers in the Gulf of Mexico had their best May in nine years, according to data from the NOAA Fisheries Southeast Fisheries Science Center

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Cliff White

Published on
June 25, 2018

The United States imported 2,687,409 metric tons of edible seafood products worth USD 21.5 billion (EUR 18.4 billion) in 2017 – the highest figures in the country’s history

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Steve Bittenbender

Published on
June 21, 2018

North Carolina posted a five-percent increase in shrimp landings in 2017, as figures from the state’s Division of Marine Fisheries indicates it is now the top species for commercial fishermen

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Ben Fisher

Published on
June 15, 2018

The Alaskan Department of Fish and Game has decided to close the Copper River fishery, which is faced with its second lowest commercial harvest

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