Monday, September 14, 2015

Fighting fish pirates

U.S. and Russian negotiators have signed a bilateral agreement to combat illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing.

Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers applauds U.S. pact with Russia

Video: USCG rescues three from disabled vessel near Togiak

Bristol Bay annexation, borough petitions considered

Update on Fraser River sockeye, pink salmon

Columbia gillnetters call seine fishery a failure

Fish cold storage facility proposed at Newport, Ore.

Aquaculture barge a showpiece for Giddings


Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Joining forces

Cordova District Fishermen United is now a member of Seafood Harvesters of America.

Fraser River pink salmon run a poor haul for U.S. fishermen

Smoked seafood school offered in Kodiak

Slate of Southeast Alaska salmon meetings announced

Alaska's eLandings system hailed

NMFS explains overfishing determinations on NW salmon

New Monterey nonprofit acquires $1M in groundfish quota


Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Coho continuation

Managers have extended the Southeast Alaska summer troll fishery through Sept. 30.

Gov. Walker convenes roundtable on Alaska's fiscal future

Talking bycatch management at Kodiak

Alaska Board of Fisheries to hold work session Oct. 21-22

Last call for ASMI Report Card survey

Warm-water fish increasingly spotted in Alaska waters

Can B.C. stop Tulsequah Chief Mine pollution?

Japanese seafood exports rising as nation eats less fish

Opinion: Alaska, U.S. must make demands of Canada

Editorial: Columbia gillnet phase-out should be abandoned


Thursday, September 17, 2015

Reds rout

Fishermen in Alaska’s Area M enjoyed a strong sockeye catch this season.

1.4 million pounds of sea cucumbers up for grabs in Alaska

Video: A look inside one of Juneau’s seafood plants

Feds won’t take B.C. mines issue to international commission

Trollers target 7,000 Chinook in Sept. off Vancouver Island

Army Corps resumes shooting birds on Columbia River island

Study underlines Eureka’s need for cold-storage facility

WWF says ocean fish numbers have dropped by nearly half


Friday, September 18, 2015


The Alaska Permanent Fund dividend amount will be announced Monday.

Tsunami from Chilean quake measured in inches in Alaska

Bill would change market name of ‘Alaska pollock’ to ‘pollock’

Proposal to create a western Bristol Bay borough dismissed

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Why are some Alaska salmon and halibut getting smaller?

B.C. oyster growers say restaurant ban cost them dearly

U.S. West Coast mackerel catch limit of 20,469 tons proposed

Opinion: The warm relationship between Obama and people of Bristol Bay