Monday, May 1, 2017

Togiak herring update

Purse seiners have taken 2,280 tons of herring thus far.

Mining firm invests in Groundhog prospect near Pebble

What’s causing the Taku king salmon’s decline?

Summary of 2017 B.C. roe herring fisheries

Rep. Reichert to ask Trump to reject Pacific Coast oil drilling

Wider World: China’s appetite pushes fisheries to brink


Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Togiak herring update

The seine harvest has surged to 7,980 tons, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game reports.

No fishery disaster relief funds in huge federal spending bill

No commercial Chinook fishery expected on Yukon River

Alaska House passes two bills to boost mariculture

Trump order revokes 'Bering Sea Climate Resilience Area'

Pacific Council moves ahead with electronic monitoring

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights


Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Sea Grant survival

The White House proposed cutting Sea Grant funding, but a congressional spending bill preserves it for now.

Kodiak herring harvest reaches 110 tons

Kodiak weighs tax on each box of charter fish leaving island

Restored double-ender sailboat returns to Bristol Bay

Alaska scientists see future in the bellies of fish


Thursday, May 4, 2017

Copper River time

The famed Copper River salmon fishery is set to open May 18, but a low Chinook forecast will hamper the season.

Togiak herring seine harvest approaches 11,000 tons

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

Petersburg fishermen share concerns with Fish and Game

30 years after 'Salmonscam'

Congressmen seek $140M for struggling California fishermen


Friday, May 5, 2017

Herring hero

Icicle fleet manager Warner Lew champions an unsung fish.

Chinook bycatch running high in Gulf of Alaska trawl fishery

Anchorage symposium to focus on 'high-latitude' fish

U.S. Coast Guard changes command in Seattle

Price dispute keeps Oregon pink shrimp season on hold

NMFS names new Northwest Fisheries Science Center director