Monday, April 13, 2015

MSC reconciliation

Major Alaska salmon processors are seeking to rejoin the Marine Stewardship Council certification program.

North Pacific Council makes two big decisions

Attention begins to turn to Togiak herring fishery

Sitka Tribe hopes to open shellfish testing lab

Columbia River gillnetters fall short of harvest target

Opinion: Don Young refutes Magnuson-Stevens criticism


Tuesday, April 14, 2015

West Coast sardine fishery called off
Due to declining biomass, the Pacific Fishery Management Council votes to close the season that starts in July.

Alaska legislators pelt fish board appointee with questions

ASMI salmon committee to meet April 29 in Seattle

B.C.'s Ladner harbor to be upgraded

NMFS releases saltwater recreational fisheries plan

Opinion: Sport anglers need representation on Board of Fisheries


Wednesday, April 15, 2015

'Good news' today

NMFS will release its annual report to Congress on the status of U.S. fisheries.

Alaska lawmakers weigh sockeye stamp for sport, dipnet fishers

Alaska Fish and Game loses pot gear during sablefish survey

Washington oyster growers face icing mandate

Newport makes bid for Coast Guard fast-response cutters


Thursday, April 16, 2015

Making up with MSC

The president of Peter Pan Seafoods and the executive director of ASMI discuss why it makes sense for Alaska salmon processors to rejoin the Marine Stewardship Council certification program..

Gov. Walker forces legislative action on his appointees

Jerry McCune re-elected president of United Fishermen of Alaska

Pacific Council adopts West Coast salmon seasons

Let's hear it for chum

NMFS reports continued progress on reducing overfishing

Opinion: Robert Ruffner pleads his case for fish board


Friday, April 17, 2015

Salmon astray

In a study of hatchery-produced Chinook in the Columbia River, researchers find that warmer water and smaller run sizes can increase the rates at which the salmon spawn away from their home streams.

Togiak herring watch

Unalaska to seek $27 million federal grant for dock overhaul

'The Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

Alaska legislators put off confirmation votes until Sunday

Trio of bills affecting Oregon Fish and Wildlife advance

Standards for organic seafood coming this year, USDA says

Opinion: Ruffner deserves support for fish board

Opinion: Worthy fish nominee deserves confirmation