Monday, June 27, 2016

IPHC exit

Jeff Kauffman, who recently resigned his Alaska seat on the International Pacific Halibut Commission, had been involved in a fishery enforcement case.

Crewman with head injury airlifted to Kodiak

Bristol Bay sockeye branding project will start in Boulder, Colo.

Bristol Bay setnetter charged with falsely claiming Alaska residency

After March fire, Yukon processor Kwik’pak is up and running

Canada’s Seattle consul general visits Unalaska

Oceana report raises concern over health of Canada fish stocks

Researchers say federal data on Canada fish stocks is hard to get

Washington state considers private ‘salmon ranching’

Karuk, Yurok tribes plan to sue feds over Klamath salmon


Tuesday, June 28, 2016

These fishermen are injecting youth into Alaska industry

Appeals court ruling supports Washington culvert repairs

Cantwell, Canadian ambassador meet on Columbia treaty

Senators introduce Shark Fin Trade Elimination Act

Wider World: Historic industry faces climate change


Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Primetime in Southeast Alaska

Trollers will target 122,000 treaty Chinook salmon starting at 12:01 a.m. July 1.

Fishery management council appointments announced

Tracy promoted to executive director of Pacific Council

‘Bristol Bay Fisheries Report’ from KDLG in Dillingham

SE Alaska Dungeness crabbers will see normal season length

Linda Behnken talks about her appointment to IPHC

U.S. fleet gets long-term deal in tuna-rich Pacific


Thursday, June 30, 2016

Painful cuts

Trollers will target 122,000 treaty Chinook salmon starting at 12:01 a.m. July 1.


B.C. First Nations go to Ottawa seeking a commercial fishery

Sea-Tac is first U.S. airport to earn Salmon-Safe certification

A 100-kilometer boom could be used to corral Pacific plastics

Opinion: We need more protection for Kenai king runs

Opinion: Renewed optimism for Northwest salmon recovery


Friday, July 1, 2016

Kuskokwim calamity

Coastal Villages Region Fund isn't buying salmon or operating its Platinum processing plant this season, effectively shutting down commercial fishing in the Kuskokwim area.


St. Paul raises sales tax, adopts crab delivery incentive plan

Tug deckhand dies in Naknek River barge accident

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

ASMI to host delegation of seafood buyers from Northern Europe

Court deals setback to proposed oil pipeline to B.C. coast

Big B.C. salmon rescue operation planned

Norway salmon farmers poised to increase production

Opinion: Highway rebuild plan would leave Kenai River at risk

Opinion: Trans-Pacific Partnership would benefit seafood industry