Monday, September 12, 2016

Bristol Bay bucks

This year’s sockeye salmon catch generated an ex-vessel value of $153.2 million, a big jump over last year’s tally.

Skipper charged at Kodiak with assaulting crewman

Southeast Alaska landslides, tsunamis on the rise

Alaska delegation writes Secretary Kerry on B.C. mining

Blue North christens its new super longliner

Commercial fishing vessel beaches near Bodega Bay, Calif.


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Paucity of pinks

Kodiak Island sees its weakest pink salmon run since the 1970s.

Fishing coalition to White House: No new marine monuments

BBRSDA board to meet Thursday and Friday in Anchorage

With king fishing done, Alaska trollers target big cohos

UBC study: Climate change might cost fisheries billions

Chicken of the Sea offers customers a way to trace their tuna


Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Recapitalizing the North Pacific fleet

Shipbuilder Vigor plans to unveil an “affordable” new freezer longliner design.

Unalaska to join emergency petition on Tanner crab

Cucumber, urchin quotas announced for Kodiak, other areas

Outlook is dismal for B.C.’s wild salmon

Lawsuit vowed to protect whales from West Coast fishing gear

Captain of boat that beached near Bodega Bay, Calif., jailed

Opinion: The urgency to create, protect marine sanctuaries


Thursday, September 15, 2016

Obama, Kerry, DiCaprio

A high-level ocean conference opens today in Washington, D.C.

Amendment would relax Alaska bairdi crab processing rules

Cook Inlet dipnet, commercial citations increase in 2016

Tulsequah Chief mine pollution continues amid financial turmoil

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights

Opinion: Canada's scientists and salmon


Friday, September 16, 2016


Power of the president

Barack Obama has created the Atlantic Ocean's first marine monument.

Southeast Alaska red king crab fishery to remain closed

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

Viewers react to Oregon-set 'Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove'

Young applauds House action on international treaties

Opinion: Obama will leave his legacy at expense of fishermen