Monday, October 23, 2017

Scientists defend MSA

A letter to Congress signed by over 200 scientists opposes legislation amending the Magnuson-Stevens Act.

AK appeals salmon ruling

Experts probe Chinook decline

Fisheries board snubs Kenai request

B.C. port's 'no go zones' disputed

NorCal crab mostly toxin-free


Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Limited crab opener criticized

Southeast Alaska fishermen will soon see the first red king crab opening in several years but there's debate over its conditions.

High value, high risk fishery

NorCal fisheries hearing set

Historic AK seiner prepped for exhibit

Fisherman dies aboard vessel

Professor: Overfishing not a problem in U.S.


Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Hatchery salmon dilemma

The outcome of a study on Alaska's hatchery salmon could have a dramatic effect on the state's fishing industry.

B.C. fish farm controversy

Oregon crab closures

Acidification threatens mariculture

SoCal lobster closures

Seattle's 'salmon safe' developers


Thursday, October 26, 2017

B.C. salmon test controversy

The integrity of a British Columbia lab has become part of a larger debate on the impact of farmed salmon on wild fish.

Alaska's 'prestige product'

Fisheries funding targeted

Hatchery board to meet in Petersburg

Salmon Sisters promote fishing, fashion

Mysterious remains beached


Friday, October 27, 2017

Halibut rule review

A regulatory commission is revisiting the minimum size limit for Pacific halibut.

B.C. salmon data lacking

Derelict vessel owners warned

Alaska Fisheries Report

Disease ravages CA sea lions

'Biological hotspots' predicted