Monday, September 25, 2017

Red king crab returns

For the first time in several years, Southeast Alaska will have a red king crab fishing season.

Puget Sound lawsuit OK’d

PWS oil spill probed

Pebble CEO met with EPA head

Dam removal’s orca connection

Shocking fishing technique


Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Odds favor La Niña

Citing favorable conditions, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has issued a La Niña watch.

Orca extinction feared

Klamath algae impact

Denmark re-use for Unalaska nets

Alaskans, salmon and art

CA hatchery run drops


Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Kodiak considers direct sales

Kodiak, Alaska's city council is considering a rule change that would allow fishermen to sell their catches directly to customers.

MSA reform debated

Wild salmon outpace transplants

Six million Chignik humpies

Curbing bird bycatch

Entanglement reduction advances


Thursday, September 28, 2017

Kodiak's booms and busts

If recent patterns continue, this year's strong salmon season in the Kodiak, Alaska area could be followed by a poor one.

Farmed salmon value spikes

Climate change and B.C. fish

Experimental gillnets show success

'Fishway' aids B.C. salmon

Dams could trigger salmon extinction


Friday, September 29, 2017

Tsunami's invasive aftermath

Researchers are concerned about the potential impacts of what has been described as the longest marine migration ever documented.

B.C. sockeye plan falters

Alaska's resilient fishing industry

Downsize for Kodiak fisheries group

Feds support Alaska seaweed farming

New OR rep on fishery council