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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Russian biologist on exchange in Prince William Sound

When asked about the similarities between Cordova and her home in Russia, she laughed as she answered, “the cold and rain.” It is another...

Make BOF agenda change requests by August 18

Advisory committees and the public are advised by the Alaska Board of Fisheries to get all agenda change requests in by Aug. 18, in...

No sign of trawler Alaska Juris

A 218-foot fishing trawler owned by the Seattle-based Fishing Company of Alaska apparently sunk into the Bering Sea in the Aleutian Islands, following the...

Wakefield symposium set for May 9-12, 2017

Impacts of climate change on the dynamics of high-latitude fish and fisheries will be the focus of the 31st Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium, coming...

Speed up process of loan waivers

Fisherman seeking a waiver on loan payments from the Alaska Division of Investments this year due to the pink salmon run disaster can speed...

Lower fish tax revenue sharing anticipated

In 2015, the city of Cordova’s share of fisheries business taxes and fishery resource landing taxes collected by the state added up to $1,029,301.That...

Fish Factor: Bristol Bay harvest impacts salmon prices elsewhere

With so many salmon fisheries occurring across Alaska each year, why is there always so much hoopla about Bristol Bay?It can be summed up...

Alaska Board of Fisheries takes up finfish issues

Alaska’s Board of Fisheries will consider 174 Upper Cook Inlet finfish proposals Feb. 23 –March 8 during its board meeting in Anchorage, including those...

Fish Factor: Big humpy catch could boost salmon harvest

Alaska salmon fishermen could haul in a harvest that nearly doubles last year’s catch, due to a projected uptick in the number of pinks.An...

Bauer elected president of PWSRCAC

Amanda Bauer, representing the city of Valdez, is the new president of the Prince William Sound regional Citizens’ Advisory Council.Bauer was one of seven...

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