Monday, August 8, 2016

Disappointing season

The Upper Cook Inlet sockeye run looks smaller than expected, and prices are lower this year.

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Intense debate continues in B.C. over salmon farming

B.C. farmed salmon exports to Asia said to be on record pace

The story of Day Boat Tuna

Calif. agencies mull options for handling domoic acid events


Tuesday, August 9, 2016

B.C. bust

This year’s Fraser River sockeye return, already forecast to be below average, has turned out to be even worse.

Fishing prospects look dim for Fraser River sockeye

Raw sewage hits Wrangell harbor

Amendment would allow Alaska sablefish pot gear

Rare snailfish found in Aleutians

Coast Guard conducts medevac west of Gold Beach, Oregon

Concerns raised on proposed Hawaii monument expansion

Opinion: Protect salmon habitat


Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Celebrating salmon

Today, Aug. 10, marks the first official Alaska Wild Salmon Day.

Nearly 400-pound halibut landed at Petersburg

What became of 2012 Cohen Commission recommendations?

Fraser River commercial, recreational fisheries remain closed

Tillamook Bay Seafoods to operate at Garibaldi, Oregon

Wider World: Hope for a cod comeback off Newfoundland

Editorial: The Columbia River and oil tankers


Thursday, August 11, 2016

Rupert ruckus

Tensions are running high between fishermen and regulators in northern British Columbia.

Proposed rule would affect Alaska groundfish reporting

Orca Bay Seafoods warehouse planned in Federal Way, Wash.

Work begins on removing Benbow Dam in California

Peyton Manning’s big king salmon

Editorial: Get out of the way and let oyster growers survive


Friday, August 12, 2016

Raising revenue

Washington state is proposing higher commercial fishing license fees, including a new charge for crewmen.

Alaska dividend cut could face legal opposition

Driver in deadly wreck of Atka fish plant van jailed

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Southeast Alaska summer Dungeness season to close Monday

Opinion: MSA reauthorization offers chance to address problems