Monday, August 15, 2016

Nice save

The U.S. Coast Guard rescued three fishermen from a life raft west of Cape Blanco, Ore., on Sunday.

Trident Seafoods resumes processing in Petersburg

Widows sue over killings at Kodiak Coast Guard station

Nonprofit plans seafood flash-freezing project in Homer

Mixed ruling in Glacier Fish challenge to cost recovery fee

Opinion: On Wild Salmon Day, remember the fishermen too


Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Making noise

Navy exercises proposed for next year in the Gulf of Alaska are stirring concern in Homer.

Ninilchik tribe operates subsistence gillnet in Kenai River

Preserving the history of Alaska canneries

Preferred Freezer, Orca Bay Seafoods announce big project

Oregon-based Seawater Seafoods sues Pacific Seafood

Opinion: Monument proposal would devastate California fisheries


Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Ideas aplenty

The Alaska Board of Fisheries has released its 2016-17 proposal book.

Search suspended for man missing off tender in Auke Bay

Fire contained at Bering Pacific Seafoods in False Pass

SeaShare, Coast Guard fly halibut to Kotzebue, Nome

Northwest groups vow to sue EPA over heat-related salmon kills

Organic aquaculture rule nears a year stuck at OMB


Thursday, August 18, 2016

Slow season

Alaska's salmon harvest is lagging and only just this week reached 100 million fish.

Frank Kelty among contenders for Unalaska mayor

Seattle Fishermen's Memorial announces winch E-Stop winners

National fishermen's group seeks new leader

Marine mammal bycatch standards set for seafood imports

Top 10 U.S. salmon cities named


Friday, August 19, 2016

Corn, soybeans, and salmon?

A new company has announced plans to raise salmon in Iowa.

Comment period reopened on Bristol Bay annexation petitions

A Norwegian fish boil in Anchorage

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

After timber collapse, Wrangell retools as maritime community

SE Alaska tribes voice mining concerns to State Department