Alaska Bristol Bay Fisheries Report: June 19, 2023 KDLG by Corinne Smith - June 19, 2023 Welcome to the Bristol Bay Fisheries Report! It’s a very different start to the season than last year, the 2023 season forecast is down from last year’s record-breaking run of 79 million fish - but still strong at an estimated 51 million. And, we dive into some of the impacts of last season’s massive harvest - what some market analysts are calling a “hangover year” - and fishing crews respond to what could be a dramatic drop in prices. https://www.kdlg.org/show/bristol-bay-fisheries-report/2023-06-19/bristol-bay-fisheries-report-june-19-2023 Federal fisheries managers announce additional salmon openings KYUK by Evan Erickson - June 20, 2023 Beginning Tuesday, June 20 at noon, the area between the Kalskag line and Aniak is open full-time to gillnets until further notice. The Kalskag line begins just below Lower Kalskag, stretching between the south edge of Uknavik Slough and then due east to the edge of the Kalskag bluff line. https://www.kyuk.org/hunting-fishing/2023-06-20/federal-fisheries-managers-announce-additional-salmon-openings North Pacific Fishery Management Council June 2023 Newsletter NPFMC - June 2023 Sitka Sendoff for Council Chair Kinneen, Appointments, BSAI Crab, Observer Reports, Crab Crew Share Active Participation, BBRKC, Small Sablefish Release, PEIS, Crew Data Collection, Research Priorities, Staff Tasking, Upcoming Meetings... https://www.npfmc.org/june-2023-newsletter/ The “Steller” Success Story of a Sea Lion Population Removed from the Endangered Species List in 2013, the eastern distinct population segment of the Steller sea lion is still recovered a decade later. NOAA Fisheries - June 16, 2023 Steller sea lions were named for Georg Wilhelm Steller, a German surgeon and naturalist who first documented the species in 1742. They were once so abundant throughout the North Pacific that Indigenous peoples and settlers throughout the coastal North Pacific Ocean used them for meat, hides, and oil. The species still plays an important role to Alaska Natives for food and handicrafts. https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/feature-story/steller-success-story-sea-lion-population Pacific Seafood Processors Association 1900 W Emerson Place Suite 205, Seattle, WA 98119 Phone: 206.281.1667 E-mail: email@example.com; Website: www.pspafish.net Our office days/hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, any copyrighted work in this message is distributed under fair use without profit or payment to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving this information for non-profit research and educational purposes only. *Inclusion of a news article, report, or other document in this email does not imply PSPA support or endorsement of the information or opinion expressed in the document.
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