About 72 million salmon have been harvested so far in 2018, a third lower than 2017’s YTD harvest of 110 million fish. The statewide sockeye harvest is 7 percent lower than 2017 and 9 percent above the 5-year average. While Bristol Bay sockeye volume will be one of the highest on record, other sockeye fisheries continue to suffer: Chignik has recorded zero landings and Southeast is 80 percent below the 5-year average. YTD pink harvest is 15 percent behind 2016, due primarily to lagging harvest in Southeast; PWS and Kodiak production is stable. Keta harvest of 11 million fish is about 40 percent below 2017 and 14 percent behind the 5-year average. AYK keta fishing is 27 percent above the 5-year average. Coho production is 52 percent below the 2017 pace, but there is two more months of steady fishing ahead. YTD Chinook volume is 16 percent behind 2017
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The General Director of the Association took part in the 4th Fisheries Forum of the Baltic Sea Region, which was held in the city of Pärnu, Estonia
The largest fish company in Ukraine has opened cafe FISH & CHIPS in the center of Kyiv
Run Forecasts and Harvest Projections for 2021 Alaska Salmon Fisheries and Review of the 2020 Season
Aquaculture Business Ukraine-2021 International Agriculture Sustainability Forum
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