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The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced it will shut down the Kenai set gillnet fishery at 11 p.m. Sunday August 7, 2011. Department officials say it's because of concerns of Kenai king salmon stocks, and a dwindling sockeye run. "It is likely...
Tags: Alaska, Aquaculture
Channel 2 NewsSoutheast Alaska commercial fishermen have approved a plan to buy back 64 permits from their peers. The vote came among salmon fishermen using seine gear and the buyback plan will cost them $13.3 million over time. The Ketchikan Daily News...
Alaska Journal of CommerceTheU.S. Coast Guardhas been making a splash in Alaska lately ... only not so lately. The Coast Guard 17th District has been a regular presence all over the state, as would be expected in a state with so much water. The 17th District has been a regular...
Channel 2 NewsFederal regulators will allow plenty of opportunity for fishermen to troll for Pacific Coast salmon as biologists forecast a dramatic rebound in populations of the prized fish. The Pacific Fishery Management Council on Thursday approved salmon...
Channel 2 NewsA draft federal evaluation has found that three more common pesticides used on home lawns and agricultural crops jeopardize the survival of West Coast salmon. The evaluation from NOAA Fisheries Service is the latest resulting from lawsuits filed by...
Channel 2 NewsA seafood company has purchased a Sitka water bottling plant at a public foreclosure auction. The Daily Sitka Sentinel reports Silver Bay Seafoods on Monday spent $1.1 million for the True Alaska Bottling plant. The company receives a 73,000-...
Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, says the entire future of wild fish and fisheries is at stake in the fight against genetically engineered fish. Begich, who is chair of the Senate Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries and Coast Guard, held a...
Fearing a new catch share plan will bankrupt their small businesses, halibut charter operators in Homer met with federal regulators Friday night. The meeting was hosted by the Homer Chamber of Commerce. The catch share plan is expected to be approved...
Channel 2 NewsIt's a half-hour boat ride from Homer, but it's a world away in many other respects. I'm talking about Halibut Cove, an idyllic little place just across Kachemak Bay. In good weather the crossing can be like glass, according to our captain Sam Beachy --...
KTUU.comAlaska State Troopers are investigating the death of a Pilot Station man overnight Tuesday after a Boreal Fisheries tender capsized on the Yukon River near St. Mary’s. Troopers in St. Mary’s were alerted at about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday that...
Channel 2 NewsThere is now more time to weigh in on a contentious plan to limit the number of halibut caught by anglers on charter boats. The National Marine Fisheries Service could cut the bag limit for charter boat anglers from two to one halibut. The...
Channel 2 NewsThe North Pacific Fishery Management Council is taking a look at the allowable bycatch for halibut caught by trawlers in the Gulf of Alaska. The Council is collecting public comment on the issue and plans to address it during it's meeting in Dutch...
Tags: Anchorage, Aquaculture
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