Tuesday, September 8, 2015

B.C. tragedy

A fishing vessel owned by Pacific Seafood sank Saturday off the west coast of Vancouver Island, killing three of the four aboard.

Alaska trawlers fined, forfeit $106,326 worth of Pacific cod

Icicle Seafoods sale falls through

Southeast Alaska pot shrimp quotas announced

Alaska authorities issue fewer citations this dipnet season

USDA posts bid invitation for canned red salmon

Robin Samuelsen takes a ride with the president

Bornstein Seafoods wins bid for Astoria port warehouse space

Port of Toledo marine boatlift lawsuit dropped

Opinion: Just say no to Vancouver oil terminal


Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Leadership change

Jeff Regnart is leaving as Alaska's commercial fisheries director.

Federal scientists see link between Exxon spill, fish decline

Bristol Bay association thanks President Obama for his visit

Kodiak's pink salmon harvest sets new record

Troopers cite two men 'smashing spawning salmon' near Sitka

Is a West Coast salmon 'nightmare' coming?

Zeke Grader crosses the bar

California's Feather River Hatchery fish ladder opens Sept. 14


Thursday, September 10, 2015

The dead

B.C. authorities have released the names of three fishermen lost in a trawler sinking off Vancouver Island.

More on Jeff Regnart’s departure as Alaska comfish director

The complexity of bycatch management discussed at Kodiak

Paper examines full observer coverage for all GOA trawlers

Judge backs Interior Department denial of Alaska refuge road

Fishing vessel sinks in Kelp Bay near Sitka

Fraser River pink salmon run estimate slashed

Humboldt harbor district mulls 40-year tideland lease


Friday, September 11, 2015

Crab clues

Results of this year’s Eastern Bering Sea bottom trawl survey suggest quotas for key species might take a fall.

Feds to survey fishing, processing businesses in SW Alaska

Bristol Bay association schedules two meetings this month

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Review of Alaska Interagency Electronic Reporting System

Liberals vow to stop oil tanker traffic off northern B.C.

Free festival celebrates Columbia River sturgeon