Monday, August 3, 2015

215 fine ideas

The Alaska Board of Fisheries has released the proposal book for its upcoming winter meeting cycle. Bristol Bay finfish is the main event.

Sept. 4 deadline set for state waters pollock proposals

Yukon king run stronger than expected

State aims to eradicate invader in Sitka’s Whiting Harbor

Critics say Canadian aquaculture report falls short

As salmon vanish in dry Northwest, so does Native heritage

Bill would create national acidification monitoring strategy

Editorial: Sockeye show need for unified Columbia management


Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Alaska’s anti-setnet debate

With ballot measure looming, Kenai salmon setnetters ponder their future.


P/V Stimson leaves Dutch Harbor for new home in Kodiak

Alaska Fish and Game posts FAQ on landings data change

CVRF helps with village water and sewer service

Construction to begin on B.C. mine east of Wrangell

Eureka plans month of events to honor U.S. Coast Guard

NOAA’s Office of Law Enforcement has new leader

Opinion: A year after Mount Polley, mining threats remain


Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Surplus salmon sale

The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to buy up to $30 million in canned Alaska sockeye, Sen. Lisa Murkowski says.

USCG rescues two from flooding vessel near Dutch Harbor

Washington state doubles crab closure area due to marine toxin

Alaska Lt. Gov. Mallott to host transboundary waters dialogue

SeaShare, Coast Guard deliver halibut to Alaska villages

Officer discusses Coast Guard’s roots in Kodiak

Update on Fraser River sockeye and pink runs

Tribes blast federal Klamath River plan


Thursday, August 6, 2015


Community cash

Bering Sea fishing operation profits topped $35M, CVRF says.

Fishermen, helicopter crew describe Aleutians rescue

State certifies signatures for Alaska setnet ban ballot initiative

Alaska cod recommended for continued RFM certification

Dillingham fish waste composting project starts this month

Video: Orcas attack a Steller sea lion

After disaster, Ilwaco crabber prepares to launch new boat

NMFS develops process for prioritizing stock assessments

Are fish evolving to outswim trawlers?


Friday, August 7, 2015

Pink party

The Prince William Sound pink salmon harvest now exceeds 62 million fish.

North Coast B.C. fishing season projected as one of worst yet

Is Alaska Fish and Game hiring too many environmentalists?

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Tribes to get voice in state transboundary mine work

Canadian Coast Guard, tug crew avert spill near Campbell River

Barge carrying marine debris arrives in Seattle

Opinion: Bristol Bay rivers, salmon runs need permanent protection