Monday, March 9, 2015

Limit seiners and the law

A newly filed bill in the Alaska Legislature would clarify that salmon seine boats may be no longer than 58 feet.

Unalaska PR to counter 'Deadliest Catch' image

Southeast Alaska herring spawn-on-kelp advisory

NMFS to review Alaska marine mammal research program

NOAA Sea Grant to offer $3.2M for marine aquaculture

Haida Nation wins injunction against B.C. herring fishery

Opinion: Genetically modified foods should be labeled

Opinion: Meddling, entitlement feed Cook Inlet fish wars


Tuesday, March 10, 2015

City plans Kenai River road

The road would give legal access to the south bank of the river mouth for salmon dipnetters.

Search continues at Kodiak for missing fisherman

Low snowpack in southwest B.C. ‘scary’ for salmon

Fishermen win injunction blocking Pacific Seafood acquisition

Funding sought to study acidification impact on fish industry

Opinion: No hiding from Alaska’s fiscal reality

Editorial: Astoria boatyard shouldn’t be dismantled


Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Pacific Council bans new forage fisheries

Existing fisheries for species such as sardines and anchovies will not be affected.

Petersburg processor buys 250,000 lbs of pink shrimp

ASMI seeks help redesigning its website

B.C. herring fishery update

Upgrades planned to B.C. rescue station, lighthouses

Japanese tsunami debris still reaching B.C. shores

Astoria fisherman ruled not guilty of observer assault

Corps looks at reducing terns at Columbia River


Thursday, March 12, 2015

Sitka Sound herring watch

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game issues update No. 1 as the state's most competitive roe herring fishery draws near.

Fish board to consider Bristol Bay escapement goals

Alaska subsistence case could have 'far-reaching' impacts

Three seats available on Oregon fish restoration board

NOAA General Counsel issues new enforcement summary

Opinion: Alaska-first majority needed on N. Pacific Council


Friday, March 13, 2015

Strong year for Alaska exports

Seafood exports in 2014 increased 2.1 percent to $2.26 billion, the governor's office said.

Shooting drill set for today in Unalaska

Bristol Bay RSDA touts new direct marketing website

Leaking vessel makes it back to Kodiak

"The Alaska Fisheries Report" from KMXT in Kodiak

Who will Alaska governor tab for North Pacific Council?

IPHC invites scholarship applications

Low-oxygen impacts on West Coast groundfish studied