Monday, March 13, 2017

Difficult salmon year coming

The Pacific Fishery Management Council today adopted three
public review alternatives for the 2017 salmon seasons off the
U.S. West Coast.

Coast Guard medevacs man from Bering Sea vessel

New disease found in B.C. farmed salmon

Unsworth notes ‘frustration’ with closed tribal negotiations

Oregon commission to revisit Columbia rules Friday

Editorial: Let’s build on fish board success


Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Alaska salmon forecast

The state is projecting a commercial catch this year of more than 204 million fish, substantially above last year’s nearly 113 million.

U.S. senators pen letter against Coast Guard budget cut

House members also oppose Coast Guard budget reduction

B.C. Strait of Georgia herring fishery update

Steelheaders want Buckmaster off Oregon commission

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights


Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Vetting the nominees

Gov. Walker’s three picks for the Alaska Board of Fisheries
appear headed for easy confirmation in Juneau.

Washington fishing fee adjustments still possible

Fish board doubles Cook Inlet commercial smelt quota

ASMI marketing update

In search of silver: B.C.’s roe herring fishery

Get ready to see a young Hillary Clinton gut fish in new movie


Thursday, March 16, 2017

Get ready, get set

The Sitka Sound herring fleet goes on two-hour notice
beginning at 8 a.m. Friday.

Prince William Sound shrimp trawl quotas announced

NMFS to 'crowdsource' Steller sea lion research

B.C. Strait of Georgia herring fishery update

Poor outlook for Skeena sockeye fishery

Opinion: Oregon commission was right on gillnets


Friday, March 17, 2017

Trump's budget

The proposed Commerce Department budget would
trim NMFS but axe the Sea
Grant program.

Congressman Young: Trump's budget 'isn't going anywhere'

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

B.C. Strait of Georgia herring seine fishery closes

MP calls on Ottawa to recognize B.C. fishing 'crisis'

Estranged daughter sues 'Deadliest Catch' star Sig Hansen