Monday, June 6, 2016

Uncle Sam’s salmon

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has purchased nearly $3.6 million in canned pink salmon from Peter Pan Seafoods.

Bristol Bay police respond to shooting at Naknek boatyard

Meet Bristol Bay’s brailer maker

Ex-Anchorage mayor plans primary run against Murkowski

Army Corps improving fish passage at Lower Granite Dam

Oil train derails, catches fire near Columbia River

Rock crab fisheries open in waters around Channel Islands

Fishermen back California whale safety bill

Farming for fish

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Sailing for science

NOAA and partners this summer will test new technologies to, among other things, gather information on remote spawning areas for Alaska pollock.

BBRSDA to hold annual member meeting Saturday in Naknek

Remembering the fight to protect Alaska’s Kachemak Bay

Rat populations explode on Kodiak Island

Southeast Alaska sablefish quota shares dip 17 percent

Weather service reports possible jökulhlaup on Taku River

ASMI opens comment period on certification standard

Dredging underway in perilous Humboldt Bay entrance

Hyping Copper River salmon in Grand Rapids, Michigan


Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Bristol Bay run timing

When will the sockeye show? Icicle’s fleet manager weighs in.

Kodiak trio discusses trawl management issue before council

Measure would allow shifting of Chinook trawl bycatch in Gulf

Victims in fire at former Kodiak cannery identified

Outmigrating SE Alaska juvenile Chinook fitted with transmitters

Oregon permit board to meet on Columbia gillnet case

Why you should grill a whole fish rather than fillets

Opinion: Science, policy must come together on Pacific


Thursday, June 9, 2016

MSC measurables

The Marine Stewardship Council has released a report “highlighting the improvements being made by certified fisheries around the world.”

Alaska posts review of 2007-15 salmon escapements

Early sockeye surge reported at Chignik

Westside Bristol Bay annexation bids dealt setback

Unions say pipeline operator risks Prince William Sound spill

Petersburg mulls accepting remote state docks

Opinion: Salish Sea is still not safe from oil risks


Friday, June 10, 2016

Pirate policies

Rogue fishing vessels that illegally harvest seafood are still being insured, according to research at the University of British Columbia.

Dutch Harbor processor UniSea cleans up seafood waste pile

Scallop fishery near Alaska’s Kayak Island to open July 1

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Report: Most Canadian seafood fails sustainability test

Flyfishers irked over timing of Columbia River gillnetting

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights