While Resurrection Bay is famous for its Silver Salmon Derby, locals love sockeye fishing too. Learn how CIAA makes Resurrection Bay sockeye happen.
Port Graham Hatchery, located on the southern Kenai Peninsula, has been operated by CIAA since 2014. Learn about its past, present, and future.
Salmon farming is not permitted in Alaska, but it plays a key role in global aquaculture. Here’s a look at how it works around the world.
How many salmon will return in this year’s summer fisheries? Preseason forecasters look back before they look forward.
European green crab have been the scourge of American fisheries for centuries, but they’ve only now arrived in Alaska. What can you do?
Alaska salmon is a fixture on the world’s dinner tables, but these salmon product ideas show how it’s making inroads in other parts of life.
The election is underway for the “at-large” inlet-wide seats on the CIAA Board. Ballots were sent to all Area H salmon fishing permit holders.
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.