Monday, July 10, 2017

Less work, high pay for Alaska
fishing commissioners

Juneau commissioners who oversee fewer than
two dozen employees earn the same as commissioners
who supervise thousands.

Record week for SE gillnetters

Robots likely for Alaska fish processing

Yukon enforcement: Unlicensed fishermen, wasted salmon

Coast Guard medevacs skipper from PWS area

Fishermen rescued off Oregon coast

CA coastal wind farm proposed


Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Seattle project could double
commercial fishing

The redevelopment of Seattle's Fishermen's Terminal aims
to modernize and expand commercial fishing facilities.

Aleutian Islands crab catch limits announced

Bristol Bay fisheries report

Thousands work, few live in Egegik

Fisherman designs net washer

The fishing value of Columbia flows

West Coast meetings on import monitoring


Wednesday, July 12, 2017

U.S. primed for GE salmon

AquaBounty Technologies moves to establish its first
U.S. production facility.

Feasting whales pressure Alaska hatcheries

EPA moves to cancel Pebble restrictions

Alaska enforcement: Five fishermen cited

New frontline in CA water wars

Whale comeback prompts B.C. alert


Thursday, July 13, 2017

Whale rescues barred after
fisherman's death

NOAA suspends responses to whale entanglements
after a fatal rescue attempt.

Bristol Bay salmon run exceeds forecast

Ocean trend benefits West Coast salmon

Iconic Coast Guard cutter leaves Sitka

SE anglers lobby for commercial fishing changes

West Coast groundfish catch share meeting


Friday, July 14, 2017

Alaska salmon harvest hits 48M fish

Retail prices ease as Alaska's salmon catch reaches 48 million fish.

Cook Inlet slow for sockeye, big for chum

Salmon-eating sea lions targeted

SE Alaska set-netters easily catch daily maximum

CA lawsuit threat puts OR on alert

Court case spurs Columbia research effort