Monday, September 11, 2017

Former AK fish cop gets WA post

A former top-ranking Alaska fish and wildlife trooper is coming out of retirement to head Washington’s Department of Fish and Wildlife Law enforcement program.

AK Glacier melting probed

Escaped salmon tallied

Yukon’s silver season ends

Limited opener for Columbia gillnetters

Salmon restoration struggle


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Eco-labelling in doubt

A recently-released study finds that only a minority of Canadian fisheries certified by the Marine Stewardship Council have met best practices standards.

PWS coho prices rise

37 million-plus Bristol Bay sockeye

Warm waters, dead birds

Susitna River profile

Audit: CA tunnels project improperly subsidized


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Salmon initiative rejected

Alaska Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott has rejected a proposed ballot measure that seeks to protect fisheries from development.

Hatchery run falls short

Pinks in odd places

Sea lion feasting impacts Columbia Salmon

Dock sales OK'd for Fisherman's Wharf

Vouching for wooden boats


Thursday, September 14, 2017

Phones catch lost gear

California fishermen are using cellphone GPS and new software to locate derelict crab pots, preventing whale entanglements.

Nushagak kings underestimated

Silvers go big

B.C. researcher: No harm from Fukushima

Escaped salmon's northern reach

NOAA: Conditions challenge Columbia salmon


Friday, September 15, 2017

Kodiak catch caps proposed

'Catastrophic' economic impacts are feared as the Alaska Board of Fisheries considers a request to cap Kodiak area salmon catches.

Mining control gains support

Fish survival challenged

Abandoned processor remains in bay

Alaska salmon feted in D.C.

Coos Bay dredging aired