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Alaska Fisheries Report — Feb. 27, 2020

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Southeast crabbers are on the grounds fishing for Tanner crab, plus there’s a small golden king crab fishery taking place at the same time. Halibut catch limits are slashed in all but one region—the Western Gulf of Alaska. Emails between the Pebble Partnership and Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy show the partnership was concerned about the survival of the controversial gold …

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2016 Salmon Disaster relief calculations ‘inequitable,’ Rep. Stutes advices fishermen double-check their proposed payout

Salmon fishermen who are expecting federal aid for the 2016 Pink Salmon disaster, need to go over their proposed payout and be prepared to file an appeal if the numbers are off, according to Kodiak Representative Louise Stutes who spearheaded the disaster relief effort. KMXT’s Maggie has details.   Click player below to listen to story which is 3:32 long. …

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2016 pink salmon fishermen expected to be contacted by end of month about distribution of disaster funds

Fishermen who are hoping to receive checks as part of the 2016 pink salmon disaster fund should see some correspondence about the distribution of money later this month. That’s according to the webpage set up to keep fishermen notified of what is happening. The page is part of the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission website. The commission is working with …

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2016 pink salmon disaster relief clears final federal hurdle, NOAA releases funds

Fishermen are advised to make sure ADF&G has accurate mailing address so they can receive paperwork needed to get funds.   There’s good news for Gulf of Alaska pink salmon fishermen who suffered losses during the disastrous 2016 season. Relief money from the federal government has cleared the final Washington hurdle. Rep. Louise Stutes of Kodiak is spearheading the effort …

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