Alaska Fisheries Report-April 20, 2017


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In Bristol Bay, Togiak herring biologists are predicting a May opener.

Chemical oil spill dispersants are better for birds than they are for fish and some biologist want to set up new protocols to put in effect before a spill occurs, and more monitoring of dispersants after a spill.

Speaking of oil spills…Vessel owners and crews around southcentral Alaska get certified each year in Spill Drill Training, we tell you how to get involved.

And finally, we’ll have a report on the first ever Bristol Bay Fish Expo those stories and more, coming up on the Alaska Fisheries Report.

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