Monday, September 21, 2015


That's the amount of this year's Alaska Permanent Fund dividend.

Congressman Don Young draws a challenger

Video: The historical evolution of the Bristol Bay fishery

Columbia, Willamette rivers to drop to lowest levels since 2001

Salvage Chief returns to Columbia River estuary

$20 reward for return of satellite tags from green sturgeon

NMFS proposes $11M standard for 'small' fishing businesses


Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Mark you calendar

Oct. 8 is now ‘National Salmon Day,’ Chicken of the Sea says

Bristol Bay CDQ group posts 2014 annual report

Road to improve dipnetter access to Kenai River mouth

Invasive crayfish take hold in Kodiak’s Buskin River

Prince William Sound RCAC supports Exxon Valdez ‘reopener’

Struggles continue over Klamath River dams

It’s Aquaculture Week!


Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Southeast Alaska urchin increase

The 2015-16 quota for Southeast Alaska red sea urchins is 3.8 million pounds, a substantial increase from last season's 3.3 million pounds.

Bering Sea crab industry annual meeting is Oct. 12 in Ballard

Borough bails out Ketchikan shellfish hatchery

Study: Ice Age Alaskans used salmon as food source

Prof says B.C. coast should brace for 'monster' El Niño year

Candidate pledges support for B.C. North Coast fisheries

Top B.C. official meets with Tulsequah Chief owners

Ten facts about California aquaculture


Thursday, September 24, 2015

Government buys $22.5M worth of sockeye

Seattle packers Icicle and Peter Pan made the winning bids to sell canned red salmon to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for distribution to child nutrition and other domestic food assistance programs.

NMFS posts expanded list of halibut commission nominees

Southeast Alaska red king crab fishery to remain closed

Ketchikan man gets prison time in death of sea cucumber diver

Bill would block presidential marine monument designations


Friday, September 25, 2015

255 million and counting

With some commercial fisheries still scratching, Alaska’s salmon harvest has clicked over 255 million fish, well beyond the preseason forecast of 221 million.

Financial Planning for Fishermen and Farmers workshop offered

Man sentenced in assault on Kodiak Coast Guard base

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Tribal salmon harvest on Klamath River finishes short of quota

Study finds synthetic clothing fibers in Northern California fish