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The 2019 Pacific Halibut season will begin at noon local time on Friday March 15th and terminate at noon local time on Thursday November 14th, as announced and approved by the International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC).  The IPHC meets annually bringing together halibut processors, fishermen and scientists to determine quota size, dates and current issues involving Pacific Halibut.

The Coastwide commercial catches from Northern California to the Bering Sea, increased to over 24 million pounds. This translates to nearly six percent higher than 2018, with Alaska’s share at 19 million pounds, a three million pound increase from 2018. The increase reasons noted were due to estimates of the overall biomass being up, based on expanded surveys completed in summer.

Interbay Food Company is proud to work together with Seafood Producers Cooperative and its dedicated fishermen. Seafood Producers Cooperative is owned by over 573 members who fish the waters of the North Pacific, by hook and line. “One Hook, One Fish at a Time”. Seafood Producers Cooperative halibut, along with their salmon and sablefish is Marine Stewardship Council MSC-certified and is listed as Best Choice/Green on Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program.. By sourcing only hook and line caught Halibut in Alaska, we guarantee our customers receive quality seafood while safeguarding our fisheries for future generations. Alaska has pioneered the standard for sustainable, eco-friendly fisheries management and is the only state with the mandate for sustainable seafood written into its State Constitution. Alaska is protecting its superior seafood for future generations, ensuring a healthy, wild and sustainable harvest.

Join us by supporting hook and line caught products, these dedicated fishermen and this managed fishery.


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