Alaska Fisheries Report

The Alaska Fisheries Report – Feb. 25 2016

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Coming up this week, earning a license will soon become an even greater challenge for fishing guides in Western Alaska, legislators look into raising fisheries taxes to help fill the state’s budget gap, and you’ll hear a story about a message in a bottle – canned salmon style. We had help from the Alaska Historical Society’s Anuli Grantham in Kodiak, ... Read More »

The Alaska Fisheries Report – Feb. 11, 2016

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Coming up this week, Ocean Beauty is looking for a few good fishermen, could Alaska’s shellfish hatcheries be endangered by ocean acidification, and will they see more herring in the canal? Get it? Sey-mour? Canal? No? Moving on. We had help from KNBA’s Johanna Eurich in Anchorage, APRN’s Liz Ruskin in Washington D.C., KDLG’s Molly Dischner in Dillingham and KFSK’s ... Read More »

Alaska Fisheries Report – Feb. 4, 2016

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Coming up this week, the IPHC boosts coast-wide halibut catch limits, trawlers agree to a Gulf-wide stand down to address the North Pacific Council, and there’ll be no enrichment for Karluk Lake. And is the second time the charm for a Board of Fish candidate from the Kenai? All that and we say goodbye to one of the founders of ... Read More »

Alaska Fisheries Report – Jan. 28 2016

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Coming up this week, young fishermen are gathering right now in Juneau for a summit meeting, scientists share research about The Blob and its potential effects on seafood, and Arctic proposals are mostly met with open arms at the Board of Fish meeting. All that and more, coming up, on the Alaska Fisheries Report. We had help from KNOM’s Emily ... Read More »

Alaska Fisheries Report – Jan. 21, 2016

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  Coming up this week, the McDowell Group has updated its survey of Alaska’s seafood value, we continue our series on historic Alaska canneries, and the longest stretch of fishing safety in decades. All that and more, next on the Alaska Fisheries Report. We had help from the Cannery Project’s Anjuli Grantham in Kodiak, KIYU’s Tim Bodony in Galena, and ... Read More »

The Alaska Fisheries Report – January 7 2015

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Coming up on this Russian Orthodox Christmas edition, the Alaska Supreme Court slaps down the sportsfishing industry’s attempts to ban setnetting in Cook Inlet, NOAA is looking for your help in making its freezing spray forecasts better, and trying to rein in the barracudas of the Koyukuk. We had help from KBBI’s Quinton Chandler in Homer, KDLG’s Molly Dishner in ... Read More »

The Alaska Fisheries Report – December 24

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Coming on this Solstice-Festivus-Saturnalia-Christmas-Boxing Day-Kwanzaa edition of the Alaska Fisheries Report, a harbor so clean you could probably fish out of it, the art of packing salmon, and if you want to know what people in Sand Point think about genetically-modified salmon, our high school correspondents from KSDP have you covered. All that and more, coming up on the Alaska ... Read More »

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