Politics Walker: Legislature in stalemate Governor prepares to come off sidelines in attempt to avoid state government shutdown Juneau Empire by James Brooks – June 4, 2017 Calling the Alaska Legislature’s current situation a “stalemate,” Gov. Bill Walker has announced
Alaska/Pacific Coast Too many pink salmon in Kachemak Bay? Alaska Dispatch News by Erin McKittrick – June 5, 2017 HOMER — Tucked into a narrow fjord on the south side of Kachemak Bay is a small lagoon, 700 feet wide,
Alaska/Pacific Coast Alaska Fisheries Report KMXT by Maggie Wall – May 31, 2017 Salmon, salmon, salmon. It’s that time of the year in Alaska as fishermen gear up and head out to the grounds. http://kmxt.org/2017/05/alaska-fisheries-report-june-1-2017/ Parties to FAO’s treaty gather
Alaska/Pacific Coast 5th Copper River Opening Set for Today; King Salmon Abundance Continues Above Forecast SEAFOODNEWS.COM by John Sackton – June 1, 2017 ADF&G announced the 5th Copper River fishing period will be for twelve hours on Thursday, June 1st.
Alaska/Pacific Coast “Cautious optimism” ahead of Bristol Bay’s projected 41.5 million sockeye run in 2017 KDLG by Nicholas Ciolino – May 30, 2017 Run size, which should allow a harvest of over 27 million, is about on average for the