Monday, February 2, 2015

Halibut edges up

The International Pacific Halibut Commission has set a 2015 catch limit of 29.2 million pounds, up 6 percent from last year.

Roland Maw pledges impartiality on Alaska fish board

Much to sort out before subsistence gillnets hit Kenai

SE Alaska king, Tanner crab fisheries to open Feb. 13

Eyak salvaged, towed to Sitka

Juneau's Taku Smokeries needs more fish

New trial set in death of Unalaska seafood worker

Investigators explain cause of Mount Polley mine disaster

Video: B.C. fishing industry diminishes

Opinion: Protect Bering Sea canyons


Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Opinion: UCIDA suit misunderstood

The organization "does not want federal management" of the Cook Inlet salmon fishery.

Observer program director at Alaska science center retires

'Hexacopter' aids in highly successful Aleutian sea lion survey

Alaska processors chase Japan market for cod milt

NW electric industry highlights problem of ravenous sea lions

California herring fishery update

Opinion: Outdated Susitna dam idea is threat to salmon


Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Struggles at American Seafoods

The Seattle-based company reportedly could default on some of its debt.

Alaska's Sullivan gets seat on key Senate subcommittee

Kodiak fisherman charged with VMS violation

Study finds rising mercury levels in Hawaii yellowfin tuna

USDA considers set of rules for organic farmed fish

University researchers develop handheld fish fraud detector


Thursday, February 5, 2015

IPHC, North Pacific Council meet today in Seattle

Halibut bycatch figures prominently on the agenda for the joint meeting.

Alaska's Sullivan gets seat on key Senate subcommitteeNorth Pacific Council pushed on halibut bycatch

Prince William Sound pollock trawl fishery reaches quota

Sullivan to chair Senate Environment Subcommittee on Fisheries

Mount Polley mine offices raided as investigation continues

Enforcement technology tested in Washington crab fishery

Coast Guard seems to back off Newport air base closure

Oregon dam upgrade helps Upper Willamette salmon passage

Oregon Coast ports receive federal funds for dredging

An update on Southern California MPAs

Opinion: Fishing is not a threat to Bering Sea


Friday, February 6, 2015

Murkowski moves to block EPA

The bipartisan legislation would permanently exempt fishing boats from incidental discharge regulation.

Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission review completed

Groundwork laid for Gulf of Alaska cod cooperative

'The Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

State ferries leave Kodiak seafood stranded, state rep says

Prince William Sound herring fisheries to remain closed

Alaska SeaLife Center honors Kodiak's Al Burch

'Fish to Fork' program brings catch to Fort Bragg schools

Surge of moonfish seen off Southern California

Opinion: Trouble with gillnetters

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