Monday, March 27, 2017

Wrapping up

The Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery is nearly done as the seine fleet approaches a full harvest.

Sardine fishery could be closed for third straight year

Bristol Bay association to host Kodiak town hall

Cook Inlet oil platforms shut down due to leaking gas line

Councils to Trump: Marine monuments ‘counterproductive’

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights


Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Togiak herring outlook

State budget cuts complicate the setting of the 22,943-ton sac roe fishery quota.

Opposition rises against Kenai Peninsula dams proposal

Fire damages vessel in Wrangell boatyard

Prosecutor reviewing allegations against Sig Hansen

Yurok Tribe cancels commercial salmon fishery

NMFS details response to Oroville Dam crisis


Wednesday, March 29, 2017

'Not genetically distinct'

NOAA Fisheries has removed Puget Sound canary rockfish from the federal list of threatened and endangered species.

Small Bristol Bay fish-processing facility for sale

North Pacific Council to take up Cook Inlet salmon plan

Bill relaxes conflict rules for Alaska fish, game boards

Oregon cormorant hazing planned to protect juvenile salmon

GAO report on abandoned and derelict vessels


Thursday, March 30, 2017

Sitka herring concludes

The industry bags a full harvest of 14,600 tons in the
Sitka Sound herring sac roe fishery.

Calif. officials talk 'dire' salmon situation, proposed fee hike

More boats expected this year in Togiak herring fishery

Unalaska OKs $39 million in dock improvements

Senators commemorate 150th anniversary of Alaska purchase

Canadian Coast Guard looks to fill 150 positions in B.C.


Friday, March 31, 2017

Seven to nine?

Gov. Walker's appointees weigh in on the proposed expansion of the Alaska Board of Fisheries.

Bill would update Alaska fish habitat protection, permitting law

ComFish Alaska trade show underway in Kodiak

Senate passes sweeping bill to improve weather forecasting

Senate alliance formed to address marine debris 'crisis'

Opinion: Trump's budget would devastate salmon recovery