Monday, December 22, 2014

Silver Bay pursues big expansion in Sitka

The locally based seafood processor has won preliminary approval for a waterfront purchase.

Prince William Sound sablefish quota likely to go down

Start date set for SE Alaska Tanner, golden king crab fisheries

Petersburg committee opposes Dungeness closures

Dogs in Juneau's Aurora Harbor threatened with poisoning

Susitna dam could help salmon, project manager says

Canada approves controversial mine near SE Alaska's border

Ten years after ESA listing, Puget Sound orca numbers falling

The inextricable link between Alaska fishing, aviation


Tuesday, December 23, 2014

F/V Tuxedni captain, crew get 'hero' medals for Kodiak rescue

One by one, the five men in the life raft jumped onto the side of the boat … timing their jumps to the swells, and then were hauled aboard the Tuxedni by its crew.

Council sets slightly higher Bering Sea pollock quota for 2015

USCG provides update on lost South Korean trawler

Congressman Young is 81, feels good, eats a lot of fish

Study: Climate change could 'challenge' SE Alaska salmon

See the winners in ASMI's photo contest!

B.C. salmon farmers to spend $1.5M on wild fish study

Commentary: Could Canadian fish farms harm California's wild salmon?


Wednesday, December 24, 2014

How Alaska groundfish quotas stack up for 2015

The North Pacific Fishery Management Council is recommending only a slight increase in the total allowable catch for Bering Sea pollock. In the Gulf of Alaska, the Pacific cod TAC is slated to jump 16 percent.

North Pacific Council’s December newsletter

Southeast Alaska Dungeness crabbers enjoy strong year

‘The Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

NMFS says no ESA listing warranted for pinto abalone

Warming climate could devastate Chinook, Canadian study says

Court upholds cutback in California water drawdown to protect fish

Fish Wrap is taking a break for the holidays. We’ll resume on Jan. 5.



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