Monday, December 21, 2015

Domoic acid persists

California is maintaining its Dungeness and rock crab closures.

Three fishermen rescued from life raft off Washington

Southeast Alaska Tanner, king crab fisheries open Feb. 17

Petersburg assembly to consider fisheries tax resolution

Alaska minimum wage goes to $9.75 an hour Jan. 1

Editorial: Climate change is a real thing in the ocean


Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Crabbing cleared to begin

After a long delay due to domoic acid, commercial Dungeness fisheries will open Jan. 4 in Oregon and Washington.

‘Enjoy your Dungeness crab in the New Year,’ industry says

Free safety workshop for fishermen set for Unalaska

Transformer issue at Alyeska plant causes Unalaska power outage

Washington updates permit program that protects fish

Flood wipes out Chinook fry at Washington state hatchery

'Deadliest Catch' spinoff to be set in Newport area

Yurok Tribe bans GMO fish, crops


Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Policing the fisheries

A new federal report highlights significant law enforcement cases from around the nation.

Unalaska considers UniSea tideland lease

Kodiak task force looks to save UAF seafood center

Coast Guard hires private security for Ketchikan base

North Pacific Council’s December meeting newsletter

Workshop set on West Coast trawl catch share program

Seafood restaurants cast a wider net for sustainable fish

Editorial: Congressional ineptitude on Klamath River


Thursday, December 24, 2015

Blurred boundaries

An Alaska Board of Fisheries committee will meet Jan. 4 to consider coastal erosion impacts on setnet operations.

Geoduck clam quotas announced for Sitka area

UniSea seeks OK for Unalaska dock replacement project

Gov. Walker talks budget and fish during Kodiak visit

Strip club owner convicted of polluting Kodiak harbor

Industry celebrates new law restricting use of ‘Alaska pollock’

DFO extends ‘relinquishment’ deadline to Jan. 8

Oregon State seafood lab: Not your mom’s fish sticks

Opinion: We must act now for a healthy Puget Sound