Monday, April 17, 2017

State hunts revenue

The Alaska House of Representatives has voted to
impose an income tax.

Processors say they can handle expected Bristol Bay sockeye catch

70 tons of sac roe herring harvested so far at Kodiak

UFA announces board and executive committee members

The Anderson fishing family of Chignik

Seafood joins fair trade revolution, a scallop at a time


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Togiak herring watch

The season's first aerial survey finds the fish have
not yet arrived.

Final tally on Sitka herring harvest: 13,883 tons

Alaska pink salmon disaster funding remains uncertain

Sitka researcher studies problem of whales eating hatchery salmon

Vigor to bring large drydock from Korea to Seattle

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights


Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Companies combine

Marco Global announces a deal to sell its assets and inventory to Smith Berger Marine.

Alaska scallop fishery plagued with 'weak meats'

Tusty not so trusty, say Southwest Alaska fishing communities

ASMI marketing update

Alaska honors advisory committee leaders

'Deadliest Catch' star Sig Hansen won't face criminal charges


Thursday, April 20, 2017

Alaska pollution case

The EPA has reached a settlement with Westward Seafoods to resolve alleged Clean Air Act violations at its Dutch Harbor processing plant.

Kodiak herring fishery update

North Pacific Council April newsletter

High hopes for Alaska's fledgling mariculture industry

Mapping fish distribution over 34 years of Bering Sea climate variability

Halibut worth $200K salvaged from truck in ditch


Friday, April 21, 2017

No go for Alaska dam

After strong public outcry, an electric utility is halting work toward a new dam on the Kenai Peninsula.

Governor’s CFEC reform bill would cut commissioners’ pay

Alaska Rep. Don Young files to run again in 2018

Oregon shrimp pricing dispute continues

Newfoundland hunger striker speaks with fisheries minister

Opinion: The CDQ program needs fixing