Monday, November 6, 2017

Pollock allegation challenged

Top-ranking NOAA official Chris Oliver is demanding retraction of illegal fishing allegations related to Alaska pollock imports.

Fish farm fiasco detailed

Alaska feeds global market

Jet boaters accused of salmon carnage

Glimmer of hope for B.C. kings

Partial opening for CA lobster


Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Bristol Bay freeze plan

A small-scale Bristol Bay buyer seeks fishermen for its plan to launch a freezer-processor barge.

Kodiak tanner crab opening

Sealaska expands in Seattle

OR marina selling derelict boats

NorCal infected sea lion warning

Octopus survival bodes well for fisheries


Wendesday, November 8, 2017

AK crab threatened

Researchers are concerned about the impact of ocean acidification on Alaska's iconic red king crab.

Pebble lobbying battle

Huge CA squid haul

AK fishing agency exodus

Southcentral AK fishing jobs rise

WA catch rebounds


Thursday, November 9, 2017

Bering Sea medevac

A Coast Guard helicopter responded to a fishing vessel north of
Cold Bay, Alaska, after a crewmember was struck by a block of
frozen fish.

EPA's industry enforcement

Fisheries degree program

Sitka vessel heritage series

NorCal harbor board eyes tax

WA entanglement group formed


Friday, November 10, 2017

New leader for UFA

United Fishermen of Alaska's new executive director is a Juneau resident who grew up in a Ketchikan commercial fishing family.

CA Dungeness opening

Ocean cooling forecast

Kodiak considers tax cap hike

Puget Sound crab invasion

Alaska sea cukes go global