Monday, December 1, 2014

New Alaska governor to be sworn in today

Bill Walker will take office in a festive ceremony at Juneau's Centennial Hall. Various media outlets including will carry the 11:30 a.m. ceremony.


Outgoing Gov. Parnell appoints two to ASMI board

EPA regs hit fishing industry, unless Congress meets deadline

The Alaska Fisheries Report from KMXT in Kodiak

Prince of Wales Island mulls forming borough

Pacific hake midwater trawl fishery earns MSC recertification

Coast Guard rescues five from sinking vessel off Oregon

Video release: Coast Guard assists vessel near Columbia River entrance

Coast Guard to use social media for Pacific Northwest river bar closures

Scientists: Climate change means sicker world for sea life

Opinion: Cook Inlet oil tankers need escort tugs

Opinion: God didn't make salmon streams for strip mining


Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Alaska's new governor names Cotten acting fish and game commissioner

Sam Cotten, of Eagle River, is a former state legislator who has served on the North Pacific Fishery
Management Council.

Many feared lost after South Korean trawler sinks near Russia

U.S. Coast Guard assists with search in western Bering Sea

Experimental pollock seine fishery opens in Cook Inlet

2014 Alaska salmon season tallies $577 million

B.C. researchers dive underwater caves to solve salmon mystery

F/V Blazer captain lives to tell his story at Newport


Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Bodies recovered from South Korean trawler sinking

Rescue helicopters from Russia and the United States, plus at least five fishing vessels, were searching for the missing.

Southeast Alaska divers finish up sea cucumber season

Aleutians East Borough applauds choice of Cotten as commissioner

Floating strip club at Kodiak sees liquor license revoked

Eureka, California: Dungeness crab season starts slow

Charleston, Oregon: Dungeness season brings smiles


Thursday, December 5, 2014

Two vessels see trouble over weekend in Southeast Alaska

A troller made it safely to Sitka, but another boat remained on a rocky beach in Peril Strait.

Voting now open in ASMI photo contest

Big cleanup ahead for Duwamish River

Applicants sought for Oregon fish and wildlife director

Closed systems help reduce lice problems in farmed fish

An evening aboard a Bering Sea crabber turned strip joint

The Daily Astorian: Fishery observers have helped


Friday, December 6, 2014

Some Alaska areas could see small bump in halibut catch limit

IPHC scientists offer a glimmer of optimism for the long-depressed stock.

NMFS proposes revised regulations on halibut sportfish guides

2015 Chinook forecast for Stikine and Taku rivers released

Coast Guard assists grounded vessel in Prince William Sound

Trident bunkhouse plans cause housing stress in Kodiak

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

'Dead Reckoning' author to share fishing stories in Seward

Coast Guard rescue celebrated at Depoe Bay, Oregon

Eureka council OKs new seafood restaurant lease for
Fisherman's Terminal

Opinion: Bristol Bay fishery needs protection from oil, gas leasing

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