Monday, August 28, 2017

WA stops salmon farm permits

The escape of thousands of fish from a net pen farm has
led Washington Gov. Jay Inslee to direct a halt on salmon
farm permits.

Tragedy's cause probed

Bill shields Alaska streams

Fees mulled for new Sitka dock

ADFG: Report Atlantic salmon catches

Fishermen warned of opioid abuse


Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Escaped salmon reach B.C.

More than a week after a Washington coast net pen collapse, the first reports of escaped salmon in B.C. waters are being fielded.

Alaska eyes escaped salmon

Hearing taps MSA feedback

Alaska fishing families workshop

Pacific Seafood's Oregon rebuild

Flooded farmland helps salmon


Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Regional Chinook decline

Low king salmon returns have led to fishery restrictions
in multiple states.

Bristol Bay coho surge

Fish farm debate intensifies

B.C. distribution plant shut

NorCal harbor head resigns

'Sleeping fishing village' ascends


Thursday, August 31, 2017

Kodiak's pink surprise

The volume and length of the Kodiak area's pink salmon run are surprising fishermen.

Five rescued as boat burns

CA salmon team forms

Farmed fish and antibiotic resistance

Atlantic salmon escape update

Opinion: Restrict B.C. Chinook fisheries


Friday, September 1, 2017

Fish farms on the ropes?

The future of fish farms in Washington and British Columbia is in doubt following a massive escape of Atlantic salmon.

Hatchery pinks fail

B.C. crabber grounded

Ten years of fisheries research

Sexual harassment scuttles hatcheries contract

NorCal dredging races against deadline