Monday, October 24, 2016

Feds want more fish

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is looking to buy another lot of canned pink salmon.

Department aims for $20K from Sitka herring test fishery

Southeast Alaska golden king crab fishery to close

Heavy weather spreads diesel spill off B.C. central coast

Boat hits object, fisherman rescued at Westport, Wash.

Mackerel, milder than salmon and just as delectable


Tuesday, October 25, 2016

King concerns

Despite improvement in some runs, Alaska's Chinook salmon situation remains worrisome.

Pacific Seafood celebrates 75th anniversary

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights

National Standard 1 guidelines revised

Taking down dams and letting the fish flow

Editorial: California, water, and salmon


Wednesday, October 26, 2016

What about us?

Alaska's governor in September requested federal disaster relief for the poor pink salmon seasons in Prince William Sound and Kodiak. Now some legislators want Southeast Alaska included in the request.

Alaska's Shell Lake sockeye crisis

Dungeness season starts slow in Wrangell, Petersburg area

AquaBounty hails Canada court victory

Adm. Robert Kramek, former Coast Guard commandant, dies

NMFS annual report: Americans eat more seafood


Thursday, October 27, 2016

Reeling in revenue

Fees for Alaska sportfishing, hunting, and trapping licenses and tags will increase beginning Jan. 1.

State House candidates debate in Kodiak

United Tribes of Bristol Bay endorses Rep. Edgmon

Fraser River chum update

Alexandra Morton sues DFO

More Pacific Coast hatchery salmon could receive protections


Friday, October 28, 2016

We're in!

Gov. Bill Walker is adding the Southeast Alaska pink salmon fishery to his request for federal disaster relief.


Bristol Bay sockeye stars on menus this week in Boulder, Colo.

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

Video: The halibut schooner Vansee, 100 years through the locks

California-based cutter delivers huge haul of cocaine

World's largest MPA agreed for Antarctica waters