April 19, 2018

Alaska/Pacific Coast Increase of pink salmon may be leading to the decline of kings KBBI by Renee Gross – April 17, 2018 Pink, chum and sockeye salmon have been doing really well over the past few decades. A new study

April 17, 2018

Alaska/Pacific Coast Trollers concerned over limits on SE Alaska kings Cordova Times by Margaret Bauman – April 13, 2018 A state fisheries decision to set the 2018 preseason Chinook salmon all-gear harvest limit for Southeast Alaska at 130,000 treaty fish

April 16, 2018

Alaska/Pacific Coast Chinook concerns weigh heavily on 2018 drift gillnet fishery management in Upper Lynn Canal KHNS by Abbey Collins – April 13, 2018 This week, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game published the management plan for the drift

April 11, 2018

Alaska/Pacific Coast Pacific salmon ‘more abundant than ever’, new study claims Canada-Washington state research suggests hatcheries are bolstering pink salmon populations at the expense of chinook, coho Business Vancouver by Nelson Bennett – April 10, 2018 Pacific salmon are generally