Alaska Fisheries Report – July 19, 2018

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Federal investigators find that a Bering Sea crabber that went down last year did so because it was coated with heavy ice.

Southeast trollers finish the first summer fishery for king salmon.

And processors’ struggles to hire enough people to staff their operations in Alaska.

 

We had help from Isabelle Ross at KDLG in Dillingham, Robert Woolsey at KCAW in Sitka, and KUCB’s Laura Kraegel in Unalaska, and Daysha Eaton in Kodiak.

As always a big thank you to everyone who helps make this program possible each week—including our listeners and all the radio stations that air our show.

 

 

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