Norway’s Andfjord Salmon Reports Successful First Harvest With Strong Results and Exceptional Survival Rate

July 27, 2023 Andfjord Salmon

The total biomass of Atlantic salmon reached 646 tonnes translating to approximately 530 metric tonnes HOG (Head-On-Gutted), with an average weight of approximately 3.4 kilograms per fish. An exit-count in conjunction with transfer of fish from the pool shows that approximately 193,000 salmon was released in the pool one year ago. 

New Hyper-realistic Vegan Salmon to Debut in the United States

July 26, 2023 Hannah Bugga, Chooseveg

This realistic vegan salmon will have you doing a double take! Developed by Israeli-based company Oshi, the new fish-free product is set to make its U.S. debut later this year. 

Alaska Salmon Fishermen Fume Over Low Prices, but Processors Say They’re Hurting Too

“I’ve done everything right,” Jason Danielson, 36, said in an interview this week. “It’s pretty demoralizing — you take all this risk, all this sacrifice, and you go home essentially without a paycheck.”

As Salmon Season Gets Underway, Behind the Scenes With the Bristol Bay Fisheries Report

July 11, 2023 Brian Venua, KMXT

“Last year was this huge, unprecedented run of fish but it looks like this year is actually pretty similar to the previous record, which was two years ago in 2021. ”

Summer of Sockeye Salmon Kicks Off in Bristol Bay, Alaska

The highly anticipated annual wild sockeye salmon season in Bristol Bay, Alaska has officially commenced and fishermen are gearing up for what is expected to be one of the most bountiful in history. The 2023 harvest runs through September, and is forecast to be among the top five strongest in the last 20 years, estimating a haul of around 37 million fish. This means plenty of delicious, wild sockeye salmon in restaurants and grocery stores nationwide, making this sure to be the summer of sockeye.