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Alaska Fisheries Report Sept. 30, 2021

On this week’s Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: A former fish lobbyist fights ticket for fishing over the line. A federal judge rules against shielding big pollock producers from big fines. And Fisheries professor Courtney Carothers talks about indigenous knowledge.   Thorstenson fights charges with friend’s help: A former fisheries lobbyist stands accused of fishing over the line for …

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Alaska Fisheries Report September 23, 2021

On today’s Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: A story by Sabine Poux about phytoplankton, and Sage Smiley’s story linking fish dinners with clean waters. Plankton Bloom Sabine Poux/KDLL   The tiny but mighty phytoplankton live at the base of the food chain in the Gulf of Alaska. They’re a food source for small crustaceans, which in turn feed small …

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Alaska Fisheries Report September 09, 2021

On This Week’s Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Big Fines Over a Tiny Railroad, Fisherman Nominated to Board of Fish, Chignik Struggles with Poor Runs Big Fines for Pollock Producer-    Nat Herz A high-seas legal fight is causing havoc for one of Alaska’s biggest commercial fisheries, the pollock  harvest out of Dutch Harbor. The quickly escalating saga involves hundreds …

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