Monday, January 12, 2015

New director of Washington Fish and Wildlife chosen

Jim Unsworth comes from the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

Aleutians East Borough opposes marine sanctuary

Enlow takes over as UniSea president

Chinook research funding among Alaska budget cuts

Prince Rupert fisherman fined, must forfeit catch

Oregon crab landings down, but so is demand

Oregon commission sets 2015 groundfish specs

Crescent City's harbor budget woes in focus

Opinion: Protect halibut or we won't have any to fight over


Tuesday, January 13, 2015

More salmon disaster relief approved

Nearly $13 million in federal aid will fund research and direct payments to recreational and commercial interests in Alaska's Yukon-Kuskokwim and Cook Inlet regions.

Southeast Alaska Tanner crab fishery to open Feb. 13

Adak fish plant seeks additional operators

Alaska Fish and Game habitat director let go

Taylor Shellfish optimistic about Willapa Bay operations

Ore. hatcheries donate 350,000 lbs of salmon to food banks


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Coast Guard medevacs injured fisherman near Kodiak

A Jayhawk helicopter safely hoisted the man off the F/V Irene H after he reportedly suffered an abdominal injury while pulling pot gear.

Alaska's Swanton named to Pacific Salmon Commission

Alaska Sea Grant creates new fellowship program

Seabird bycatch workshop planned at IPHC meeting

NOAA: supercomputing upgrades to improve forecasts

Estimates suggest sea lions take big bite of Columbia salmon

Stanford study examines use of wild fish in China aquaculture

State Dept. touts Pacific Islands seafood business competition


Thursday, January 15, 2015

Alaska board backs Cotten as commissioner

Sam Cotten currently is serving as the acting head of the state Department of Fish and Game.

Alaska's Sen. Sullivan 'dead last in seniority'

Petersburg Vessel Owners Association has new director

Northern Dynasty raises millions, looks for new partner

Radiation testing under way in Prince Rupert

Newport's annual Crab Krack set for Sunday

Veterans aid fish recovery, gain work experience in Calif.

Salmon milt could aid in recovery of rare earth elements

Editorial: Alaska king salmon research is worth preserving


Friday, January 16, 2015

Silver Bay Seafoods executive talks StarKist deal

The fast-rising processor also is investing $8 million in a canning operation at its home base in Sitka.

Young offers marine sanctuary bill

NMFS proposes revisions to National Standard guidelines

'The Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

'Deadliest Catch' crabber sues Time Bandit over fireworks injury

Bering Select opens omega-3 plant in Dutch Harbor

New research may solve puzzle in sea level's rise

Opinion: Salmon recovery in western Washington needs attention

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