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Channel 2 NewsSea ice is being moved across the Bering Sea more quickly than anticipated by strong winds and cold temperatures, and it's making snow crab fishermen nervous. Forecasters expect the ice to cover the crabbing grounds any day. "We do expect it to reach...
Tags: Aquaculture, Fishing
KTUU.comThe Alaska Department of Fish and Game is restricting the rainbow trout fishery in Anchorage lakes and streams. Beginning Tuesday, June 21, rainbow trout caught in Campbell and Chester Creeks in Anchorage may not be retained. The Department says that...
Tags: Aquaculture, Eastchester, Anchorage, Trout, Rivers
KTUU.comSunday, the North Pacific Fishery Management Council established the first-ever limit on Chinook salmon bycatch in the Gulf of Alaska Pollock fishery. The council voted for a 25,000-fish cap on the bycatch. If the Pollock fleet in the Gulf of Alaska...
As sea ice melts, Alaska's Coast Guard is looking north to an Arctic future. On Tuesday, Rear Admiral Thomas Ostebo made his first trip to Barrow aboard a C-130. The Coast Guard officer in charge of all Alaska operations, Ostebo said it’s...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Department of Fish and Game says the subsistence, personal use and sport fisheries for Tanner Crab will open July 15 in Cook Inlet and the North Gulf Coast, including Kachemak Bay. The department says permits are required, but are free and...
Tags: Aquaculture, Anchorage
Channel 2 NewsThe Endangered Species Act is a program that aims to protect, but some say it can cause more harm than good. A small herd of Wood Bison are waiting to be reintroduced into the wild at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation. Wood Bison have been extinct in...
Tags: Judges, Natural Resources, Human Interest, Wyoming, Politics
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Department of Fish and Game opened the 2011 Sitka herring sac roe fishery Thursday afternoon, giving the green light to waiting vessels at 1:40 p.m. The herring fleet in Sitka had been on a two-hour notice for the fishery to commence since 8...
Tags: Alaska, Aquaculture, Herring
Channel 2 NewsThe Sitka Herring Sac Roe Fishery could open up anytime, but many worry the fishery's top market isn't ready for the high-end product. Japan is the main purchaser of Sitka Herring sac roe, but in the wake of the deadly earthquake and tsunami there's...
Channel 2 NewsWhat started as a perceived weakness for Governor Sean Parnell’s Fish and Game commissioner pick has turned into one of Cora Campbell’s strengths; her age. The House Resources Committee Friday voted to confirm Campbell, who many people...
Channel 2 NewsOn February 1, 2011 new federal regulations went into effect for halibut charter guides in Southcentral and Southeast Alaska. The Charter Halibut Limited Access program requires halibut sport fishing guides to carry a Charter Halibut Permit, also known as...
Starting Monday, new federal regulations go into effect for both commercial halibut fishermen and halibut charter guides. NOAA’s Fisheries Services implemented the regulatory recommendations of the International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC)...
Channel 2 NewsThe state Board of Fisheries will not be reducing the number of fish for personal-use fishermen on the Kenai Peninsula. The board has been meeting this week in Anchorage to discuss several issues affecting salmon resources in Southcentral Alaska....
Tags: Alaska, Lifestyle and Leisure, Juneau, Aquaculture, Fishing
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