Monday, October 10, 2016

Crew saved, vessel lost

The U.S. Coast Guard rescued five people from a commercial fishing vessel that sank southwest of Grays Harbor, Wash.

U.S. Senate candidates to debate fish at Kodiak

Hydaburg man named Federal Subsistence Board interim chair

Alaska Sea Grant book examines loss of fisheries access

Murkowski shares Navy response to training concerns

Why is fish good for you? Because it replaces meat?


Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Presidential appointments

The White House announces Bob Alverson and Philip Anderson for posts on the International Pacific Halibut Commission and the Pacific Salmon Commission.

Gov. Walker, in Kodiak, addresses state budget and fish

Alaska Board of Fisheries to meet Oct. 18-20 in Soldotna

Salmon cans make protest noise in Prince Rupert

NMFS launches observer safety review


Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Transboundary issues

Alaska’s legislative committee on fisheries is scheduled to meet today on concerns related to Canadian mining.

A down cycle for Bering Sea crab fisheries

Sitka salmon troller hit with multiple charges

Ocean-based salmon farms targeted in B.C. bill

NMFS to further consider Pacific bluefin tuna listing


Thursday, October 13, 2016

Strong lead

U.S. Rep. Don Young appears well on his way to another term as Alaska’s lone congressman.


U.S. Coast Guard issues Pacific Northwest storm advisory

Copper River salmon fishing closes for the season

The sinking of the Prinsendam

B.C. lab faces closure as U.S. cuts funding of sea lion study

Cantwell: U.S. ready to renegotiate Columbia River Treaty

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights

Opinion: St. George marine sanctuary would empower Natives


Friday, October 14, 2016

MSC announcement

An "expedited assessment" of the Prince William Sound salmon fishery has begun.

Senate candidates square off in Kodiak fish debate

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

New atlas shows top salmon streams, threats in Southeast Alaska

Coast Guard conducts medevac off Oregon