Monday, April 24, 2017

Upper Cook Inlet salmon outlook

The projected commercial catch of 1.7 million sockeye would be more than a million fish below the recent 10-year average.

Alaska bill would expand salmon hatchery permitting

Ketchikan council hikes water rates for fish processors

NMFS biologists ‘crack code’ on how to spawn sardines in lab

Alaska Public Radio Network to host fisheries author Paul Greenberg

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights


Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Togiak watch

The wait for fish continues at the remote site of a top Alaska herring fishery.

New Bristol Bay advocacy group emerges

Kake, Alaska, hatchery to reopen with new owner

Sealaska CEO discusses seafood investments

Trawler sells direct at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco

Trump to sign orders on offshore oil drilling, national monuments


Wednesday, April 26, 2017


What Trump’s budget means for the Filet-O-Fish.

Gulf of Alaska training gets Navy’s OK, with limits

Sen. Dan Sullivan takes questions at Homer

Oregon fines Trident $37K for wastewater violations

Da Yang penalized nearly $55K for discharges into Columbia

Opinion: Northern Edge training vital to military readiness


Thursday, April 27, 2017

Air announcement

PenAir is suspending freight service to and from Dutch Harbor.

Second giant squid washes up at Unalaska

Dillingham harbor fees going up this year

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

Court supports hatchery fish in Elwha River

UC Davis study: Canary in the kelp forest


Friday, April 28, 2017

Togiak herring start

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announces the fishery will open at 6 tonight.

Second opener set for Prince William Sound pot shrimpers

Alaska governor's appointees remain in legislative limbo

Coast Guard to base two new fast response cutters in Astoria

NMFS study expands understanding of juvenile sablefish