Last year, Alaska's sockeye salmon industry suffered from a worker shortage. This year, salmon are plentiful and selling at robust prices.
Commercial vessels say they may need to quit some areas altogether as turbines are constructed.
The seafood industry has long relied on the export market and food service to keep it afloat.
Fishers scramble to find new markets as its traditional markets close.
Why one fisherman in Alaska won't leave the industry, despite the ups and downs.
People working out of Britain's largest fishing port wonder what lies ahead.
Correcting trade balances is good for business and the country, says catfish farmer Townsend Kyser.
Environmentalists in Morro Bay focus on getting fishermen back in the water with more sustainable practices.