Alaska/Pacific Coast Pacific Halibut Catch On Track at Nearly 8 Million Pounds To Date SEAFOODNEWS.COM by Peggy Parker – May 30, 2017 The 2017 Pacific halibut fisheries opened on March 11 with a combined commercial and sport catch limit of
Alaska/Pacific Coast Alaska city residents worry about herring population decline KTVA by Associated Press – May 24, 2017 KENAI, Alaska (AP) – The value of commercial landings in Alaska was unchanged from 2014 to 2015, according to a federal report,
Alaska/Pacific Coast Further Restrictions on Copper River Kings as Landings Higher than Expected in First Two Fishing Per SEAFOODNEWS.COM by Peggy Parker – May 25, 2017 In response to a cumulative catch of over 3,600 kings out of a total
Alaska/Pacific Coast Managers expect a healthy Nushagak king salmon run this year KDLG by Nicholas Ciolino – May 23, 2017 he Nushagak River in western Bristol Bay supports an average catch of 60,000 kings between commercial, subsistence, and sport fisheries.
Alaska/Pacific Coast Halibut fishery kicks off in Bristol Bay KDLG by Nick Ciolino – May 22, 2017 Federal managers are giving Bristol Bay longliners a small boost in their halibut quota this season, and state managers are now allowing the