Monday, September 28, 2015

State victory

The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the Department of Fish and Game in a case involving Cook Inlet salmon setnetters.

Fishermen's Memorial loses appeal over Juneau waterfront

Norton Sound summer red king crab tally strong $2.1 million

Super yacht anchors in Dutch Harbor

State to clean up highly contaminated junk yard in Wrangell

B.C. mine wants to increase discharges to Fraser River

675 crab pots, most belonging to Canadians, seized in Wash.

Klamath River fish health improves after flow increase


Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Help wanted

United Fishermen of Alaska is looking for a new executive director.

Shell halts oil exploration in Alaska Arctic

Bering Sea crab boats selected to carry observers

Army Corps surveys Nushagak with an eye on erosion

Toledo to have largest boat lift between San Diego, Kodiak

Close to half of all edible seafood is wasted, study finds

Opinion: Another Southeast Alaska salmon success story


Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Passing the gavel

Abe Williams is the third man this year to serve as board president for the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association.

Amid water crunch, Kodiak processors agree to limit usage

Kuskokwim area salmon season tallies less than $1 million

Humboldt harbor district candidates forum set for today

California posts final 2014 commercial landings report

Fishing industry urges safety exams every two years, not five

'Antiquities Act was never meant for the ocean,' Young says


Thursday, October 1, 2015

Deadline looms

The U.S. Coast Guard is urging fishing vessel owners to get their mandatory dockside safety exams prior to the Oct. 15 enforcement date.

F/V Pacific Venture refloated, hauled out at Sitka

Count of known fish species living in Salish Sea increases

Salmon to swim above Shasta Dam for first time in decades

Opinion: Dreadful dam project would strand Calif. salmon

Opinion: Alaskans’ distrust of B.C. is well-founded

Editorial: A decisive win for Seattle’s maritime industry


Friday, October 2, 2015

Watching you

The U.S. Coast Guard this week conducted a fisheries surveillance flight between the Canadian border and central Oregon, documenting 32 fishing vessels.

Manager addresses Southeast Alaska king crab closure

Seafood veteran Frank Kelty runs for Unalaska City Council

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Petersburg planning effort includes waterfront, harbor review

Humboldt harbor district candidates lay out their ideas

NMFS awards $2.5M in bycatch reduction engineering grants

Opinion: Kenai River Sportfishing Association does good work