Monday, June 5, 2017

Copper River king surprise

With the commercial king salmon catch running stronger
than expected, fishery managers are relaxing upriver
harvest restrictions.

Resistance rises against another Bristol Bay mine project

75th anniversary of Dutch Harbor bombing observed

Victoria, B.C., shipyard seeks OK to build $50M graving dock

Fireworks-injured 'Deadliest Catch' crabber awarded $1.35M

Tour explores Oregon commercial fishing benefits, challenges


Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Sockeye situation

The Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development
Association has posted a new market analysis.

Togiak herring fishery tallies less than $2M ex-vessel

Skipper charged at Dillingham with DUI

Naknek seafood worker arrested after bar altercation

Alaska applications triple for new mariculture farms

Direct sales from boats meets resistance in San Francisco

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights


Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Bristol Bay product shift

Processor Peter Pan won't be canning salmon this season at its Dillingham plant as the industry shifts to frozen product forms.

Opponents fear copper prospect could become another Pebble

Navy searches Unalaska waters for World War II explosives

B.C. Salmon Area Harvest Committee election results

NMFS recommends $10M in Saltonstall-Kennedy grants

Opinion: The biggest fish tale in Alaska


Thursday, June 8, 2017

Alaska's budget battle

The governor outlines impacts of a potential state government shutdown on the Department of Fish and Game.

The outlook for Alaska Peninsula, Chignik salmon fisheries

Dillingham holds 29th annual blessing of the fleet

New fish plant to open at Hydaburg, Alaska

J&H Boatworks to sell to Port of Astoria neighbor

MSC publishes 'Global Impacts Report 2017'


Friday, June 9, 2017

Bristol Bay safety opportunity

The U.S. Coast Guard is offering courtesy dockside vessel exams ahead of the salmon season.

Bristol Bay Borough incentivizes RSW upgrades with fish tax rebate

Research project to focus on women in Bristol Bay fishery

Flyovers commemorate WWII bombing of Dutch Harbor

California herring permit holders surveyed for FMP

Legislation introduced to address global marine debris crisis