Alaska Fisheries Report – Nov. 1, 2018


Landlocked farmed salmon hits retail stores.

How electronic monitoring works as opposed to using live human observers.

Ocean Beauty is selling out its Petersburg cannery and bunkhouse.

And Bristol Bay High students document the history of the NN Cannery in Naknek.


We had help from Izzy Ross at KDLG in Dillingham. Joe Viechnicki from KFSK in Petersburg.  And from Laine Welch at Alaska Fish Radio.

The piece of music following the electronic monitoring stories is from Rockwell. It’s titled, “Somebody’s is Watching Me.”

Thanks to everyone who helps put this program together. And a big thanks to Alaska’s fishermen who go out in the bad weather to help feed the world wild sustainable fish products.

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