September 19, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast This year’s Bristol Bay sockeye fishery was the second largest in 20 years Bristol Bay Times by Molly Dischner – September 18, 2016 The final tally is in, and Bristol Bay fishermen saw their second-largest sockeye return in

September 16, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast The Alaska Fisheries Report KMXT by Jay Barrett September 15, 2016 Coming up this week, there are renewed concerns about mine waste pollution in Southeast, as well as worry over the invasive green crab showing up one day

September 15, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast NMFS GOA Groundfish Plan Fishermen’s News – September 14, 2016 A final rule has been implemented to allow reapportionment of unused Chinook salmon prohibited species catch in the Gulf of Alaska trawl fisheries among specific trawl sectors, based

September 13, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast King fishing over, trollers near end of summer season KCAW by Robert Woolsey – September 12, 2016 The second summer troll opening for king salmon in Southeast Alaska is finally over. The 22-day opening was the second-longest on

September 14, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast Unalaska joins emergency petition on tanner crab KUCB by Laura Kraegel – September 13, 2016 This season, the unpredictable tanner crab population isn’t looking so good for Aleutian fishermen. http://www.ktoo.org/2016/09/13/unalaska-joins-emergency-petition-tanner-crab/ The Poor Pink Salmon Run and Possible Solutions