The world’s sockeye market is looking a little better than it did in the spring, but a recent report says there’s still more to be sold. A new trade agreement could offer a little help with that. 

Molly Dischner | Bristol Bay Times
Bristol Bay salmon fishermen, smarting from the low prices they received for sockeye this summer, want more transparency from the companies that buy their fish.Jeannette Lee Falsey
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game estimates that between 36 and 56 million sockeye will return to Bristol Bay next summer, another big year even if the total comes in at the low end. Molly Dischner | Bristol Bay Times
For the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, budget cuts have meant less monitoring of fish runs, a change that will lead to more conservative management and less fishing opportunity.Joe Viechnicki/
A Kodiak man working as a commercial diver aboard a vessel in the sea cucumber fishery near Kodiak was airlifted to an area hospital Sunday but couldn’t be resuscitated, troopers said.Chris Klint
Get up. Get outdoors. Have a look around. Here's a list of even more family-friendly winter activities to enjoy.Jill Burke
New to Alaska's Symphony of Seafood lineup next year is the category Beyond the Egg. It will include products such as herring roe on kelp, salmon caviar, and uni (urchin) paste or crème brulee.    Laine Welch
The state boards of fish and game are seeking cost-cutting ideas for both of the panels and state agencies that provide information to the boardsLaine Welch
The Alaska Supreme Court ruled Friday that fishery managers did not follow state law before lowering the harvest limit of sockeye in a Southeast fishery and arresting state Sen. Albert Kookesh and three other fishermen. Pat Forgey
The possibility was raised a few years ago when seafood workers in Dutch Harbor noticed that some of the cod they were processing came with extra features -- partially digested birds in the fish stomachs. Yereth Rosen