Alaska/Pacific Coast 2017 Copper River Season Starts Tomorrow: Expect Fresh Sockeye But Few Chinook SEAFOODNEWS.COM by Peggy Parker – May 17, 2017 The Copper River salmon season starts tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. Alaska time, signaling the first large run
Alaska/Pacific Coast King Salmon Fishing Crews Fall Short of Winter Season Limit King salmon fishing crews in Southeast Alaska have fallen short of catching their limit for the winter season. U.S. News by Associated Press – May 16, 2017 JUNEAU,
Alaska/Pacific Coast Southeast winter troll catch falls short of limit KFSK by Joe Viechnicki – May 15, 2017 Commercial salmon trollers in Southeast Alaska fell short of their limit of king salmon for the winter season that closed in April.
Politics Alaska Senate rejects income tax, leaving questions about what comes next Alaska Dispatch News by Nathaniel Herz – May 14, 2017 JUNEAU — The Alaska Senate’s vote Friday against the House’s income-tax proposal was an emphatic rejection of one
National Report: Increase in Alaska commercial fisheries landings despite nationwide decline KTUU by Beth Verge and Sidney Sullivan – May 11, 2017 ANCHORAGE – A recent report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows a slight decline overall in