Alaska/Pacific Coast Advances in Trawling Fishermen’s News by David J. Pratt – August 1, 2017 Humans by our very nature fear what is new. For better and sometimes worse, a fear of “new” can slow critical progress, especially where sticking
Alaska/Pacific Coast Prince William Sound nears last year’s total pink harvest After a historically dismal year for pinks, both in the sound and statewide, this year’s run seems to be shaping up to meet expectations, and even on an odd
Alaska/Pacific Coast Fishermen on Yukon lose economic opportunity when buyer becomes overloaded, cancels opening KYUK by Anna Rose MacArthur – July 19, 2017 Fishermen are selling more salmon than the Yukon River’s only buyer can handle. On Monday, record-breaking sales
Alaska/Pacific Coast Pink Salmon Season Forecast Looks Positive KMXT by Kayla Desroches – July 18, 2017 It looks like numbers at this early point in the pink salmon season are settling back into a normal pattern for the Kodiak region.
Alaska/Pacific Coast Yukon River fishermen get first chance to sell kings since 2011 Alaska Dispatch News by Lisa Demer – July 18, 2017 BETHEL — For the first time since 2011, some Yukon River chinook may end up as specials