Monday, March 28, 2016

Ample capacity

Bristol Bay processors say they intend to purchase a total of 35.5 million sockeye salmon this season, considerably more the projected harvest of 29.5 million sockeye.

Security updates provided for Brussels seafood expo

UW researchers study Bristol Bay permit ownership, loss

St. Matthew Island blue king crab survey planned

B.C. Central Coast herring seine fishery reaches quota

Coos Bay safety zone set up for capsized vessel salvage


Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Frustrating season

The Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery is over, and the harvest is well short of the preseason target.

Columbia gillnetters today get crack at spring Chinook

Erupting Alaska Peninsula volcano puts on a show

Alaska’s battle against invasive northern pike continues

Oregon cormorant hazing planned to protect juvenile salmon

Study: Catch shares could help double global fish stocks


Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Grim work

The skipper remains missing as salvage operations proceed for a sunken fishing vessel at Charleston, Ore.

Sitka Tribe sought shutdown of commercial herring fishery

Town halls set on vessel alternate safety compliance

Parasite turns Alaska king crabs into zombies

Alaska senator says federal ‘non-road’ study was a waste

B.C. Strait of Georgia roe herring gillnet fishery closes

Shipyard starts second Canadian fisheries science vessel

New officers for albacore research foundation


Thursday, March 31, 2016

Six more years

United Fishermen of Alaska is endorsing U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski for re-election.

BBRSDA pledges $250K to supplant state cost recovery fishing

Kodiak's ComFish trade show features deep lineup of forums

Fish and Game to survey westside Cook Inlet razor clams

Commercial herring fishermen fund Sitka roe giveaway

A gruesome study on decomposition in the deep

Washington fishermen explore community fishing associations

Port of Newport to hire commercial docks maintenance staff

Opinion: Fish board's 'outright allocation deception'