Please note: PSPA will be closed Monday in observance of President's Day, daily updates will resume on Tuesday. Alaska
State park land swap bill would keep Tutka Bay hatchery open
Alaska Journal of Commerce by Elizabeth Earl - February 16, 2022
A bill moving through the Legislature would provide a chunk of land cut out of a state park to an embattled hatchery just south of Homer to settle debate about its legality, but locals feelings about the proposal are mixed.
Pacific Council Works Late into the Evening to Finish Setting Salmon Seasons
SeafoodNews.com by Susan Chambers - April 19, 2021
Thanks primarily to one run of coho, the Queets River coho, and the Klamath River run of fall Chinook, fishery managers last week had an extraordinarily tough time finding ways to afford salmon fishermen some time on the water while also protecting sensitive rusn of fish.
The Pacific Fishery Management Council worked until 9 p.m. on the
Sockeye runs on Kenai and Kasilof predicted to be less than 20-year average
The sockeye fishery opens the third Monday in June or June 19, whichever comes last.
Peninsula Clarion by Camille Botello - April 10, 2021 9:37pm
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced Thursday that the forecast for sockeye runs will be less than average in the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers.