July 11, 2017

Alaska/Pacific Coast An Alaska fishing commission has worked itself out of a job. But its commissioners still make more than $130,000 a year Alaska Dispatch News by Nathaniel Herz – July 9, 2017 At an obscure state agency in Juneau,

July 10, 2017

Alaska/Pacific Coast Bristol Bay Run Looking Likely to Exceed Forecast; Nushagak District May See Highest Harvest SEAFOODNEWS.COM by John Sackton and Peggy Parker – July 10, 2017 There were more positive reports out of Bristol Bay over the weekend.  Saturday’s

July 7, 2017

Alaska/Pacific Coast PWS wild salmon catch grows to 3.1 M fish Statewide preliminary harvest reaches 22.7 M, including 10.5 M for Bristol Bay Cordova Times by Margaret Bauman – July 7, 2017 Harvesters boosted the Prince William Sound catch of

July 6, 2017

Alaska/Pacific Coast Alaska residents building floating fish processing plant KTUU by Associated Press – July 3, 2017 SITKA, Alaska (AP) – A couple of Alaska residents have decided to add a wrinkle to the fish industry in Alaska. http://www.ktuu.com/content/news/Alaska-residents-building-floating-fish-processing-plant-432283213.html Environment/Science

July 5 , 2017

Alaska/Pacific Coast Commercial fishing season kicks off with higher prices, slow runs Commercial fishermen in Upper Cook Inlet have been out since, kicking off what’s predicted to be a fairly slow sockeye salmon season. Peninsula Clarion by Elizabeth Earl –