Monday, February 8, 2016

Alaska's other big mine

You know about the proposed Pebble project, but what about the Donlin?

Samuelsen: Bristol Bay may yet get a seat on fish board

Man arrested in fatal shooting at Kodiak harbor

State to conduct Prince William Sound Tanner crab test fishery

Opening date, quota set for SE Alaska golden king crab fishery

Petersburg turns out to salute Coast Guard, hear rescue stories

Oregon Fish and Wildlife to award bay clam dive permit

Eagle III fishing deaths inspire new community group

Feds to prepare EIS on Pacific Coast groundfish amendment

Editorial: Lawmakers get second chance to confirm Ruffner

Editorial: Hold Monsanto accountable for Duwamish pollution


Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Halibut wrapup

The International Pacific Halibut Commission has posted a full summary of its 2016 annual meeting.

Kodiak police make arrest in fatal shooting on fishing vessel

Final action to block Pebble likely will pass to next president

Alaska legislator offers bill to create ‘herring spawn classic’

Price-fixing alleged among ‘big three’ tuna companies

Editorial: No free rein for sea lions while Columbia fish struggle


Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Help for crab crisis?

Gov. Brown requests federal disaster declarations for California's commercial crab fishery closures.

The plight of crab boat crewmen

Sullivan applauds Obama's signing of Coast Guard act

Name of Kodiak harbor shooting victim released

Efforts afoot to recover two vessels aground near Petersburg

Canada's Pacific Region Licence Appeal Board to meet

Washington state officials to present salmon forecasts March 1

Body found washed ashore identified as Eagle III crewman

California Fish and Wildlife recaps eventful 2015

Red Lobster enjoys sales surge after mention in Beyoncé song


Thursday, February 11, 2016

Trident’s China strategy

The Seattle-based seafood giant is launching its first retail branding and marketing initiative in China.

Norton Sound winter red king crab fishery to open Feb. 15

Bristol Bay fishermen weigh in on Area M proposals

Feds want annual reports on crab rationalization, crew shares

Washington State University commits to MSC-certified seafood

NMFS releases action plans for eight at-risk marine species


Friday, February 12, 2016

Tsunami trash cleanup

The state has received nearly $1 million from Japan for another sweep of Alaska shores.

In California, a glimmer of hope for commercial Dungie season

Crab closure causes hardship and worry at Crescent City

Small commercial fishboats will need life rafts starting Feb. 26

Kodiak city, borough struggle with fisheries analyst contract

Port Lions gets federal funding for breakwater project

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Update on Prince William Sound sablefish fishery

Coast Guard assists vessel taking on water north of Depoe Bay

Bill would require school-lunch seafood to be US-caught

Sen. Murkowski lifts hold on FDA nominee

Opinion: Repair Washington culverts now to save salmon