Monday, June 19, 2017

Uncertainty and frustration

Alaska fishermen fear the budget standoff in Juneau could disrupt or even shut down commercial fisheries.

In the Bering Sea, it's fishermen vs. killer whales

Dillingham radio show packed with Bristol Bay fishery topics

Northern Cook Inlet king salmon fishing time reduced

Pyrosomes: The Borg of the ocean

Oil from chickens could help Atlantic salmon industry


Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Alaskan to lead NMFS

Industry favorite Chris Oliver, the longtime executive director of the Anchorage-based North Pacific Fishery Management Council, has been named the head of the National Marine Fisheries Service.

Bristol Bay Nushagak fleet put on notice for big push of fish

CG medevacs crewman with ankle injury in Shelikof Strait area

Blue North's humane harvest

We know we should eat fish, but we don't want to cook it

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights


Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Early Bristol Bay price offer

Copper River Seafoods is offering $1.35 a pound for
top-quality fish.

Murkowski likes Oliver as NMFS chief

Sullivan likes Oliver as NMFS chief

Young likes Oliver as NMFS chief

Sockeye closures imposed for Skeena watershed

Canada looks to expand marine protections

Fund to aid Columbia commercial gillnetters never tapped


Thursday, June 22, 2017

Sam Cotten interview

Alaska's fish and game commissioner discusses the looming
state government shutdown.

Boat catches fire in Dillingham harbor

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

Fishermen at Petersburg prep for Dungeness, salmon

North Pacific Council June newsletter

When sockeye salmon change from blue to red


Friday, June 23, 2017

Sea nuisance

'It's a pyrosome party' in British Columbia waters.

Alaska lawmakers OK budget deal to avert shutdown

2017-18 Alaska weathervane scallop quotas posted

Bristol Bay association elects officers

Alaska wolves, like bears, have a taste for salmon

Two West Coast groundfish stocks rebuilt

Wider World: Martha's Vineyard 'permit bank'