Lensing bags give sockeye salmon a freshwater space to mature separated from surrounding salt water. Learn how these unusual tools work.
With CIAA board petition forms due November 18, you need to work on collecting the required 20 permit holders signatures. Here are some creative ways to get it done.
After they reproduce, salmon eventually die — but not right away. For a few weeks, zombie salmon keep swimming as they literally fall apart.
What’s it like to work at a remote fish counting weir? We asked one of our seasonal fisheries technicians to walk us through a typical day.
Based on our sign at Homer Harbor and our Trail Lakes and Port Graham hatcheries, we’re making a version available to local schoolteachers.
How do salmon live as they hatch into lakes and streams and migrate into the sea? It comes down to the biology of how they handle salt.
Like your own health, the health of a fishery means monitoring vital statistics. Learn how Alaska manages the sustained yield of its salmon.
Smart supermarket shoppers know there’s a difference between Atlantic and Pacific salmon, but that difference goes beyond the quality of the fish.
The Trail Lakes Hatchery, located in Moose Pass, has enhanced the area’s salmon runs since 1982. Learn about its past, present, and future.
The Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association’s 2021 Annual report is available. Learn about the opportunities and challenges CIAA took on in 2021.