July 8, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast Researchers watching sockeye sizes KDLG by Molly Dischner – July 6, 2016 Will 2016 be another year of small fish, or was 2015 just an anomaly? Early fish may be looking a little small, but it’s too early

July 7, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast Marine jobs the dominant sector for Kenai Peninsula Peninsula Clarion by Elizabeth Earl Morris – July 7, 2016 KENAI — The Kenai Peninsula’s economy depends even more on the ocean and rivers than is apparent on paper. http://www.alaskajournal.com/2016-07-06/marine-jobs-dominant-sector-kenai-peninsula#.V35zGo5OFA4

July 6, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast Area M North Peninsula fleet on processor catch limits Tuesday After big harvests, Peter Pan Seafoods in Port Moller puts limits on sockeye catch. Are they a harbinger of limits in Bristol Bay? KDLG by Dave Bendinger –

July 5, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast Fisheries internship program puts teens to work Bristol Bay Times by Molly Dischner –  July 1, 2016 Each summer, dozens of people come to the bay for fishery-related jobs. Most go fishing, but some help manage the fishery

July 1, 2016

Happy Fourth of July! PSPA will resume updates on Tuesday. Alaska/Pacific Coast Bristol Bay 2016 run taking shape KDLG by Dave Bendinger – June 30, 2016 Naknek-Kvichak waiting patiently, a large fleet plugging away in the Nushagak, and genetics suggest