Fri. May 25 2018

New Study Projects Habitat Shifts for 686 Fish Species in the Warming 21st Century


Large Quantities of Sick Shrimp Flood Chinese Markets; Prices Drop in South, East China  


ANALYSIS: Shrimp Margin Contracts Due to Oversupply and Low Prices in U.S. Wholesale Market  


ANALYSIS: NL Live Lobster Prices 14% Lower Than Last Year  


U.S., Canada Begin Columbia River Treaty Negotiations  


Russian Fishery Company Plans New Fish Processor 'Russian Pollock' in the Far East  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, May 25


Thu. May 24 2018

ANALYSIS: Tight Year for Snow Crab Supply; Exports Out Strip Imports in March 2018  


Qingdao Tariff Reduction on Russian King Crab Has Resulted in Higher Demand in China  


New Stock Assessment for Pacific Bluefin Tuna Still Dire


Treaty Politics Fuel Criticism at Sitka Salmon Meeting


New England Council Holds Hearings on Herring Rule Changes, Plenty of Input Offered


118 Organizations Call for More Stringent Tuna RFMO Rules


Nearly 200 NC Fishermen Travel to Raleigh for Second Annual Seafood Lobby Day


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, May 24


Wed. May 23 2018

Thai Union Gets Good Marks from Greenpeace, Both Call for More Companies to 'Step Up'


ENGO Study: ESA-listed Marine Mammals, Sea Turtles Are Recovering


Alaska Sea Grant Helps Southern Catfish Processors Improve Efficiency


New Zealand's Sanford Limited Reports Strong First Half Result, International Markets a Highlight  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, May 23


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Chicken Of The Sea International Resolves Antitrust Lawsuit With Walmart


Long John Silver’s Acquires 76 Franchised Restaurants


Seafood News Podcast: Tilapia Market Update; Sea Lion Warning; Alaska Salmon Season; and More


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, May 22


Mon. May 21 2018

ANALYSIS: Shrimp Replacement Cost From Indonesia Lower Than India    


Qingdao Plans Construction of 3 More Fisheries Economic Zones, Improving Local Access to  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, May 21


Copper River Sockeye Harvest Below Forecast For Opener, But Kings Look Good


IFFO RS Paves Way for Certification Standard Improvements with MEL Report


Basa Industry Growth Forces Vietnam to Work Through Market, Environmental Challenges  


ANALYSIS: Shrimp Replacement Cost From Indonesia Lower Than India


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Opening of California Commercial Rock Crab Fishery Extended to Sonoma/Mendocino County Line

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Susan Chambers - April 4, 2018

After months of problems with domoic acid levels being too high, the California commercial rock crab fishery is now open in most of the state.

Following the recommendation of state health agencies, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced recently it has extended the open area for commercial rock crab fishing from the Sonoma/Mendocino County line (38° 46.1′ N. Lat., near Gualala, Mendocino County) south to the California/Mexico border.

Closure of the commercial rock crab fishery north of the Sonoma/Mendocino County ...

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