Tag Archives: salmon

Alaska Fisheries Report 30 November 2023

PHS aquaculture students release salmon fry into City Creek, about two miles outside of Petersburg. (Photo by Shelby Herbert/KFSK)

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KNBA’s Rhonda McBride talks to Mary Peltola about the federal lawsuit against the state, Shelby Herbert tells of an aquaculture class in Petersburg for KFSK, plus the philosophy of C Shares. PHS aquaculture students release salmon fry into City Creek, about two miles outside of Petersburg. (Photo by Shelby Herbert/KFSK)

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Alaska Fisheries Report 19 October 2023

Twenty-seven classes from 15 schools in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District attended the two-day event on the Anchor River and Bear Creek. (Courtesy Eric Hart/Chapman Elementary School)

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Rhonda McBride reports that AFN is joining the fed in suing the state, Janie Diep of KBBI on kids and salmon eggs, and from KDLG Christina McDermott offers a profile of Bristol Bay fisherman Dan Barr. Twenty-seven classes from 15 schools in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District attended the …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 12 October 2023

Photo courtesy of Andy Seitz. Michael Courtney holds up a salmon tagged near Homer.

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KYUK’s Evan Erickson reports on building a better bycatch map, chum salmon may be moving on up to the Arctic, story by Dan Bross of KUAC, and Shelby Herbert tells of a federal grant to make dirty diesels into clean hybrids. Plus, AFN speaks up about subsistence preference. Sabrina Garcia, …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 17 August 2023

Sablefish swimming just above the sea floor. Credit: NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center

This week the Alaska Fisheries Report with host Terry Haines features Jamie Diep’s story on the latest mariculture meet up, courtesy of KBBI, a report on the sudden drop in salmon prices by KFSK’s Hannah Flor, and voracious young black cod could be a challenge for salmon hatcheries, according to Thomas Copeland, also of KFSK. Sablefish swimming just above the …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 27 July 2023

enny Bennis and her family donated sockeye from their setnet in Bristol Bay to help other families on the Yukon and Chignik rivers where salmon populations have crashed. (ALFA photo)

This week on The Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KCAW’s Robert Woolsey reports on the ever expanding Seafood Distribution Network , and KDLG’s Jack Darrell on Bristol Bay salmon’s sudden existential crisis. Jenny Bennis and her family donated sockeye from their setnet in Bristol Bay to help other families on the Yukon and Chignik rivers where salmon populations have …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 13 July 2023

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines:  KOTZ’s Desiree Hagen reports on the Kotzebue Sound chum season, and Evan Erickson takes us to a meeting of the Kuskokwim River Salmon Management Working Group, courtesy of KYUK. Plus a glimmer of hope for Cook Inlet setnetters in the form of an experimental net.   U.S. Fish and Wildlife …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 29 June 2023

Dungeness crab that were caught in the Bering Sea by a local Unalaska fisherman. (Sofia Stuart-Rasi/KUCB)

On this week’s Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Sabine Poux reports on the Kasilof dipnet opening for KDLL, Dungeness fishing has been hot in Unalaska, story by KUCB’s Sofia Stuart-Rasi, and dungeness season has opened in Southeast to muted enthusiasm, as reported by Hannah Flor of KFSK. Dungeness crab that were caught in the Bering Sea by a local …

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