Monday, March 30, 2015

Can Eureka be cool again?

Northern California city studies feasibility of a new cold storage facility.

Robert Heyano discusses resignation from BBRSDA board

Alaska court rejects religion defense in Native subsistence case

The continuing debate on halibut bycatch

Alaska crabbers want in on fed plan to trace illegal seafood

R/V Sikuliaq arrives in Unalaska on maiden voyage

Fish artist Ray Troll coming to Kodiak

In Juneau, it's fish guts to meow mix

A brief history of aerial fish spotting in Alaska

B.C. herring fishery update

B.C. to overhaul seafood licensing and regulation

Sea lions plug Lower Columbia, raising salmon concerns

Opinion: Time for compromise in Cook Inlet fisheries

A classic Alaska obit: Capt. Don Malcolm Jr.


Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Occupy B.C.

First Nation members set up camp at a government office to protest a herring fishery.

Is fish oil snake oil?

Homer takes step toward deepwater dock expansion

Prince Rupert herring fishery update

Angler knowledge aids rockfish recovery

Ivar's to raise worker wages to $15 right away


Wednesday, April 1, 2015

220.9 million fish

If the forecast holds true, Alaska's commercial salmon catch this year will far surpass the 2014 tally.

Southern SE Alaska sablefish harvest objective posted

With issue resolved, emergency halibut bycatch petition denied

B.C. approves first mine since Mount Polley disaster

Commercial netters get crack at lower Columbia spring Chinook

Debate continues on Willapa Bay salmon management

Bird hazing planned on Oregon coast to protect juvenile salmon

Opinion: Anchorage needs a voice on Board of Fisheries


Thursday, April 2, 2015

Running dry

California Gov. Jerry Brown has ordered a sweeping set of mandatory drought restrictions, the first in state history.

Dozens reported dead in Sea of Okhotsk trawler sinking

Coalition requests reduction in Bering Sea salmon bycatch

Barges to reach Bristol Bay early this year

ComFish Alaska trade show starts today

More bad news for B.C.'s wild sockeye

Heiltsuk First Nation claims victory in herring dispute

Best fish and chips in Seattle


Friday, April 3, 2015

Fish giveaways

A bill introduced in the Alaska House would allow donations of sport and subsistence catches to nonprofit meal programs such as those in schools and senior centers.

An update on the Russian trawler disaster

2014 Kotzebue Sound chum catch was second highest on record

Upper Cook Inlet smelt, herring fisheries announced

'The Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

Petersburg's new drive-down dock opens

Orville Huntington reappointed to Alaska Board of Fisheries

B.C. herring fishery update

Hippos deployed to control Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta weeds

NMFS: $2.5 million available for innovative bycatch solutions