Monday, November 13, 2017

Blob's B.C. legacy

A warm ocean water trend has eased but its impacts on British Columbia fish stocks are now being seen.

$10K cold storage fine

Salmon measure criticized

New book probes salmon challenges

Reevaluating artificial reefs

1,000 miles to spawn


Tuesday, November 14, 2017

CA crabbing starts

California's iconic Dungeness crab fishery is starting on time in the San Francisco Bay region while northern areas await the results of toxin testing.

Lawsuit targets fish farm

Kodiak pursues direct sales

Fishing reps talk economics

CA harbor sues contractors

Sizing up stream crossings


Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Bristol Bay sockeye forecast

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has released its
Bristol Bay sockeye forecast for 2018, with a record-breaking
run predicted in one district.

Juneau king crab opener

Wave energy dawns

WA considers offshore energy, aquaculture

Humanely harvested cod debut

Sea cuke fishery closes


Thursday, November 16, 2017

SE pink prediction

What's being described as an average year awaits Southeast
Alaska pink salmon fishermen, according to a newly-released forecast.

AK Young Fishermen's Summit

Ocean monitoring decline

Petersburg's haul out quest

Finding future fishermen

CA crab landings start


Friday, November 17, 2017

OR delays Dungeness opener

Oregon's commercial Dungeness crab season will be delayed to allow crabs to gain more body meat.

AK protection requested

Processor fined $135K

Trident partners with Aleutian association

Leadership skills honed in Kodiak

Columbia treaty renegotiation