Monday, October 31, 2016

Pot party

The Bristol Bay red king crab fishery has started strong despite a low stock assessment.

ASMI’s Tyson Fick to take helm of Bering Sea crab group

2016 Kotzebue Sound salmon season summary

2016 Lower Cook Inlet salmon season summary

Coast Guard responds to sunken fishing vessel in Sitka Sound

San Diego fishing industry skeptical of massive port makeover


Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Rockfish quotas announced

The fall commercial fishery for yelloweye and other species is set to open Nov. 8 in Southeast Alaska.

Coast Guard medevacs F/V Seabrooke crewman

2016 Chignik salmon season summary

Fishing vessel runs aground near Sitka, leaks diesel

NMFS weekly enforcement highlights

Editorial: The importance of fishing in Washington, Oregon


Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Big meeting set

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will convene Nov. 9 in Salem for an update on its Columbia River fisheries reform policy.

Sitka to buy emergency transformer for Medvejie Hatchery

Study downplays leaking B.C. mine’s impact on fish

Port of Toledo primed for business

Four candidates vie for Crescent City Harbor District seats

The $100 million U.S. government fish farm nobody wants


Thursday, November 3, 2016

No more

Kodiak officials want a halt to state fish and game budget cuts.

Marquardt, Kelty locked in tight race for Unalaska mayor

Proposed Bristol Bay annexations suffer setback

Group alleges contamination from Pebble mine exploration

Homer council adopts new harbor moorage rate structure

Calif. recreational Dungeness season to open statewide Nov. 5


Friday, November 4, 2016

Behnken, Darm, Swanton

President Obama has announced three appointments to Pacific halibut and salmon commissions.

Fishing vessel catches fire in Homer harbor

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

ASMI seeks new communications director

Canadian Navy to search for lost bomb near Prince Rupert

New $12M fish ladder debuts on California's Russian River