Monday, June 26, 2017

Global fish waste

Fleets dump nearly 10 million tons of good fish back into the ocean every year, according to new research.

Fishing vessel taking on water saved in Prince William Sound

Alaska halibut charters move into new waters, species

Observer costs could rise for Alaska small boat owners

'Initial steps' announced for road between King Cove, Cold Bay

A 1945 salmon tender, restored and ready for Bristol Bay


Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Southeast Alaska troll announcement

The first Chinook salmon opening of the summer troll season will begin July 1, targeting 63,000 treaty fish.

Kenai River dipnet guide service started

Archaeologist sees evidence of Alutiiq fish trap at Kodiak

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights

Security alert! Giant lobster hits Boston airport

Opinion: King Cove road about hauling fish, not people


Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Bristol Bay fishery update

Fishermen in the Nushagak District score an enormous early
sockeye catch.

In Sitka, partners develop floating processor for Bristol Bay

Alaska Legislature likely will quit for summer without fiscal plan

Wash. lawmakers reach budget deal to avert government shutdown

Washington agency warns of shutdown impact on fisheries


Thursday, June 29, 2017

Council members named

The U.S. Commerce Department announces appointments to regional fishery management councils.

Witherell named executive director of North Pacific Council

Prince William Sound lingcod quotas announced

Southeast Alaska summer salmon troll season opens Saturday

Low sockeye return a concern in Alaska's Upper Lynn Canal

Ivar's lands a way to stay in Seattle airport


Friday, June 30, 2017

California legal action vowed

The Center for Biological Diversity intends to sue the state over whale and turtle entanglements in the Dungeness crab fishery.

Young pollock weather recent Bering Sea warm phase

Unalaska is the nation's eagle attack capital. Why?

Study shows Homer halibut charters stay closer to town

Norwegian Air chief aims for more low-cost Seattle-Europe routes

Salmon crash threatens Northern California tribal culture

Opinion: Small Pebble will become big Pebble