March 9, 2018

Alaska/Pacific Coast Fishermen’s network creates map of ocean floor to reduce bycatch KCAW by Emily Kwong – March 7, 2018 They say a rising tide lifts all boats, but what about a rising data set? The Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association

March 8, 2018

Alaska/Pacific Coast Processors prepare for big harvest in Bristol Bay Cordova Times – March 7, 2018 Results of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s 2018 Bristol Bay sockeye salmon processing capacity survey indicate that major processors are ready for

March 7, 2018

Alaska/Pacific Coast Press Release: 2018 Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon Salmon Processing Capacity Survey Summary Published ADF&G Press Release – March 6, 2018 2018 Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon Salmon Processing Capacity Survey Summary Published (Juneau) — The Alaska Department of Fish

March 6, 2018

Alaska/Pacific Coast Graying of Alaska’s Fishing Fleet Puts Key Industry in Peril With the average age of commercial fishers now over 50, the state is trying to figure out ways to break down barriers that are increasingly keeping young people

March 5, 2018

Alaska/Pacific Coast DFO shuts down fishery, citing First Nations reconciliation Vancouver by Sun Randy Shore – March 3, 2018 Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) has agreed to cancel this year’s commercial roe herring fishery on B.C.’s central coast, citing the