Monday, July 27, 2015

Hauling them in

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s “blue sheet” report shows the state’s all-species salmon harvest has topped 100 million fish.

Alaska Board of Fish acts to protect Togiak gillnetters

Magnitude 6.9 quake hits off Aleutians, but no tsunami

KDLG: Reviewing a big sockeye season in Bristol Bay

Kotzebue salmon fishery still constrained with only one buyer

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

ASMI meetings set for today, tomorrow in Ketchikan

Young votes yes, meant no, on GMO labeling bill

Migration of sockeye into Fraser River begins to increase

Columbia River salmon battle snowpack drought, warm water

Editorial: Cook Inlet salmon situation brightens


Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Celebrating Bristol Bay

Fleet association reviews “historic and thrilling” sockeye season.


Pink salmon slow to arrive in Southeast Alaska

Kodiak all-species salmon harvest tops 6 million fish

Coast Guard assists gillnetter with cracked hull near Valdez

State salmon harvest to pay for SE Alaska aerial survey program

Alaska Supreme Court affirms DEC win in Sitka oyster farm case

U.S.-Canada commission unlikely to step into B.C. mines issue

House passes legislation aimed at deterring pirate fishing

Opinion: Oil spill cleanup technology hasn’t advanced


Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Scratch fishing

Salmon are still returning to Bristol Bay, including silvers, but buyers are becoming scarce.


Board of Fisheries explains action on Togiak petition

Next generation takes over fishing in Ekuk

Man draws 10 days in jail for firing rifle in Dillingham harbor

Grant Aviation, Begich vow better Aleutians air service

Petersburg Cannery Tales: Cecilio Escatell

DFO authorizes use of hake for production of fishmeal

Survivor recounts CG helicopter crash in 2010 along Wash. coast

New York Times: The epic pursuit of a fish pirate

Opinion: Time for Kenai River guides to look in mirror


Thursday, July 30, 2015

Slow going

Pink salmon catches in Southeast Alaska remain below average.


Upper Cook Inlet sockeye run assessment posted

CG medevacs injured man off processor near Dutch Harbor

Assault at Dillingham boat yard exposes fisherman’s skull

Watzituya: Naknek’s one-stop shop for nets, coffee, counseling

B.C. tribal protest stops mine exploration, for now

Crabbers, Herrera unite on tri-state Dungeness management

U.S. court upholds California ban on shark fins

Hawaii’s longline fishermen on course to hit bigeye limit

Opinion: The facts on Alaska cruise ship dumping


Friday, July 31, 2015

Southern strategy

Trident Seafoods opens a new $40 million seafood processing and distribution facility in Georgia.

Norton Sound silver salmon are running strong

Sailing drones arrive in Dutch Harbor

Four accused in Kachemak Bay oyster theft

Canada proposes new fishing license categories in B.C.

Fishermen at Newport complain about security officer

Englund Marine builds new Crescent City facility

Hillary Clinton talks about her job ‘sliming fish in Alaska’

Opinion: At Bristol Bay, too few sockeye then too many