May 6, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast Board of Fisheries not expecting more cuts KDLG by Molly Dischner – May 5, 2016 As the Legislature finishes its work in Juneau, budgets remain in flux. But so far, there’s one little pocket of state government not

May 5, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast BOF considers change to proposal process KDLG by Molly Dischner – May 5, 2016 Given the tight state budget, the Alaska Board of Fisheries is considering a change that could expedite consideration of some proposals a little. http://kdlg.org/post/bof-considers-change-proposal-process

May 4, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast Salmon stalemate may cancel season KING 8 by Alison Morrow – April 28, 2016 For the first time in 31 years, state and tribal fishery managers are at an unprecedented salmon stalemate. In the worst case scenario, recreational

May 3, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast State wants suit over fisheries commission move dismissed Alaska Dispatch News by Rashah McChesney – April 29, 2016 JUNEAU — A seine fisherman from Southeast Alaska and a commercial fishing trade organization have sued Gov. Bill Walker over

May 2, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast Togiak purse seiners to close Saturday KDLG by Dave Bendinger – April 29, 2016 Size of fish, not quota or lack of fish, will end seiners’ 2016 effort. How close will they get to 20,000 by Saturday noon,