Monday, October 5, 2015

Rising tide

Norton Sound Seafood Products paid more than $4.5 million to local fishermen this season, more than triple the payout of 10 years ago.

Lower Yukon summer chum catch tallies $1.26 million

Pebble subpoenas emails, documents from anti-mine activists

Active underwater volcano discovered near Dixon Entrance

Southern fish reach Salish Sea in droves

Opinion: Fish first means no to Chuitna coal project

Opinion: Salmon Sex in the City


Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Another huge herring forecast

Nearly 28,800 tons will be up for grabs in next year's sac roe fishery at Togiak, Alaska.

Modest quota set for St. Matthew Island blue king crab

Pribilof red and blue king crab fisheries to remain closed

Columbia River diesel spill cleanup completed

United States, Chile declare new marine reserves

Are fish the greatest athletes on the planet?

Opinion: If King Cove road is built, commercial use will follow


Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Holding steady

This season’s Bristol Bay red king crab quota is just under 10 million pounds, about the same as last season. The fishery opens Oct. 15.

Bering Sea bairdi Tanner crab quota up at nearly 20 million lbs

Bristol Bay association clarifies stance on Pebble mine

Pebble-funded report questions ‘fairness’ of EPA’s mine veto

Southeast Alaska tallies $8 million summer Dungeness harvest

NOAA to hold ‘Tweet Chat’ today on Bering Sea warming

Pac Rim trade deal could reverberate in Alaska seafood industry

West Coast talks seek solutions to whales tangled in crab gear

Opinion: B.C. mines and the Taku watershed


Thursday, October 8, 2015

Take your pick

Fresh and canned fish have roughly the same nutritional value, experts say.


Water rights decision disappoints Chuitna coal opponents

Mine operator convicted of two pollution misdemeanors

Southeast Alaska winter troll fishery to open Oct. 11

Southeast Alaska tallies $8 million summer Dungeness harvest

Giant warm-water fish washes up on Cordova beach

Three Oregon public meetings set on commercial fisheries


Friday, October 9, 2015

Big cut for snow crab

The Bering Sea snow crab quota for the upcoming season is 40.6 million pounds, down 40 percent.

Update on Southeast Alaska pot shrimp fishery

Alaska Historic Canneries Initiative launched

Recap of NOAA ‘Tweet Chat’ on Bering Sea warming

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Toxic road runoff kills coho salmon in hours, study finds

Yurok tribe files brief in support of Klamath dams suit

Clem Tillion commentary: The free ride is over

Opinion: Responsibility for derelict vessels in Alaska