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Monday, February 5, 2018

WA kills Cooke lease

Washington state officials have terminated Cooke Aquaculture's fish farming lease at the site where thousands of invasive Atlantic salmon escaped into Puget Sound.

Humboldt search suspended

Cuts target AK fishing

Unalaska's new pollock plant

CG aids Humboldt Bay fishermen

Akutan demolition tab


Tuesday, February 6, 2018

NorCal crabbers start work

The entire West Coast is actively crabbing now that Northern California's Dungeness fishermen are making landings.

Fishermen, miners at odds

Canada's Fisheries Act changes

AK fisheries commission appointment

Lost fisherman remembered

Drones eye B.C. jellyfish


Wednesday, February 7, 2018

AK algae blooms

As harmful algae blooms trend upward in Alaska, a group of scientists is setting up an information-sharing network.

WA oil plan fight

B.C. winter storm

Crabbers' donations support youth

OR spill cost at $700K

CA officials pressured on entanglements


Thursday, February 8, 2018

New frontier for fish surveys

The use of camera technology will give federal fisheries scientists the ability to survey otherwise inaccessible Alaska habitat areas.

AK-Canada mine talks

Petersburg's CG loss

CA harbor's fate uncertain

Fishing town's police comeback

Kenai quest for BOF meeting


Friday, February 9, 2018

F/V Destination remembered

As the first anniversary of the tragic sinking of the F/V Destination nears, Bering Sea crab fishermen are being mindful of safety.

Net pen ban advances

B.C. pipeline fight

Reaction to EPA reversal

B.C.'s most polluted waters

Halibut commission seeks nominations