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Alaska’s seafood industry puts 58,700 people to work.
The task force is an advisory committee set up to respond to a successful lawsuit.
2019 winner will be the last in a long history.
Time catches up with us all.
Last week was a bit wild with the fire flare ups, road closures and hanging smoke. Until the winds finally showed up, the inside of… Continue reading
Our student learned fast and landed more than the “T Man” one morning.
It’s time to take a look at the fishing report for the week of July 30 - Aug. 5.
Things are much better this season compared to the last go around
“It has been assumed that the early stage in the ocean is more dangerous”
Projections for king salmon are low once again.
They’ve gotten support in Sitka and Juneau.
Juneau could lose out on $400,000 annually.
If the outlook proves true, 2019 will be the fourth-lowest run in 34 years of records
Citing concern over a lack of public notice, peninsula officials have asked the Alaska Board of Fisheries to rescind its decision to move the location… Continue reading
While federal fisheries are expected to open on time despite the ongoing partial shutdown of the government, there will be effects on fisheries in Alaska.… Continue reading
As another year draws to a close, the seafood industry seems to be facing even more uncertainty than usual, with some groundfish stocks cratering, salmon… Continue reading
The Southeast Alaska Seiners Association is spearheading another effort to reduce the size of the salmon fleet with another buyback, similar to the one in… Continue reading
Though pink salmon harvests are ahead of what they were in 2016, the last comparable run-size year, they are still significantly below the forecast level.… Continue reading
Alaska’s salmon have been much fewer and significantly later this year. From Southeast Alaska to Kodiak, fishermen have been wringing their hands all season as… Continue reading
With participants from a broad swathe of the salmon spectrum, the Kenai River Sportfishing Association’s Classic Roundtable discussion Wednesday focused on new research and management… Continue reading