Halibut Commission Raises Most Alaska Harvest Limits For 2022

An uptick in halibut stocks along much of the Pacific coast means increases in total catch limits in every region of Alaska this year.

Rare Optimism as Halibut Fishery Kicks Off

The Pacific halibut fishery opened on March 6 and increased catch limits combined with a cautiously optimistic outlook for the near future have fanned interest in buying shares of the popular fish.

Halibut Catch Limits Soar For Central Gulf Fishermen

February 3, 2021 JAY BARRETT, KBBI

The International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) completed its 97th Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, on Friday (Jan. 29), with decisions on total halibut mortality, fishery limits, fishing dates, and other fishery regulation changes for the upcoming season. A total of 278 Pacific halibut stakeholders attended the meeting electronically due to Covid-19.

How Throwing the Big Ones Back Could Keep Halibut Fishery on a Roll

January 8, 2021 Paul Withers, CBC News

You’ve heard of throwing back the little fish — what about throwing back the big ones?

Orca Bay Foods, LLC Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Wheat and Milk Allergens in Gluten Free Battered Halibut

October 27, 2020 Orca Bay Foods

Orca Bay Foods of Seattle, WA is recalling 4,450 lb. (356 cases) of 10 oz. retail box Trader Joe’s brand Gluten Free Battered Halibut SKU 00503822, because it contains undeclared wheat and milk allergens.