Alaska Fisheries Report — Dec. 13, 2018


            The Blob, the sequel, coming to an ocean near you. It’s not expected to be as big as the original, but should offer the fishing industry a number of plot twists and the requisite surprise ending.

             All kidding aside, we have two reports on the Blob. First how it’s affecting Southeast fisheries.  Second, how fish managers are adjusting pollock and cod quotas because of warming water temperatures.


            Speaking of fish managers, the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council is looking at more restrictions on halibut charter boats.

            And, Kodiak moms tell us whether or not their kids should become fishermen.


Thanks to everyone who helps put this show together. It takes a big interconnecting net to make this possible. From reporters and technicians at local radio stations across Alaska, to the people who help to keep the lights on here in Kodiak. And of course, you our listeners.



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