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As Gov. Bill Walker prepares to sign a bill this week enacting the Alaska Mariculture Development Plan, 16 new applicants hope to soon begin growing… Continue reading
Michael Patrick Duby, a repeat wildlife offender in Southeast, pleaded guilty in Juneau District Court on Tuesday to two non-criminal fishing violations. According to the… Continue reading
When James McKnight pulled a coho salmon out of the water Saturday morning, he knew it was big. He didn’t realize quite how big, though.… Continue reading
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Starting today and lasting through Sunday, Juneau sport fishermen will ply the backside of Admiralty, Douglas, Shelter islands and elsewhere in search of a money… Continue reading
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute will push back against a steep seafood tariff suggested by the Trump Administration. In a board meeting Thursday morning, ASMI… Continue reading
Sitting on our fishcamp porch watching the ocean, my dad tells me how to identify a dog salmon.
One of the best ways to appreciate our wild salmon is to eat them.
Proponents of the pro-fisheries Ballot Measure 1 are fighting back after a Friday legislative hearing that saw state officials discuss the costs and consequences of… Continue reading
Trump’s trade war now includes tariffs on seafood going to and from China. China is Alaska’s biggest seafood buyer, purchasing 54 percent of Alaska seafood… Continue reading
We must remain committed to the bipartisan, bicameral tradition of fisheries management and my legislation accomplishes just that.
Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott has rejected a proposed pro-fisheries ballot initiative as inappropriately restricting the powers of the Alaska Legislature. On Tuesday morning, the lieutenant… Continue reading
The fish are biting, but are customers? Alaska’s seafood marketers have spent millions over the past few years to promote the idea that Alaska seafood… Continue reading
With support from Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Congress is preparing to renew a ban on the importation of genetically engineered salmon. On Friday, the U.S. Senate… Continue reading
Juneau fishermen looking for good news might find it in a crab claw. On Friday afternoon, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced that… Continue reading
There are more signs that the hook has been set for Alaska’s biggest fisheries fight in a decade. As members of the North Pacific Fisheries… Continue reading
A group of the state’s staunchest salmon defenders is proposing a ballot initiative that seeks to strengthen legal protections for Alaska’s fish-bearing streams and rivers.… Continue reading