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Alaska Fisheries Report
Alaska Fisheries Report
Latest Episodes
  • On this week's Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KYUK's Evan Erickson reports on concerns from Kuskokwim residents about trawlers working near salmon streams, and KFSK"s Shelby Herbert gets help from Jack Darrell of KRBD on a deep dive into the petition to list Gulf of Alaska king salmon as endangered.
  • This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Andy Lusk of KUCB tells of Aleutian mayors and their appeal to the federal government for help during a fish market crisis, Katherine Rose reports on the Sitka Assembly backing halibut bycatch caps for KCAW, KDLL's Ashlyn O'Hara on yet another lawsuit over the Cook Inlet EEZ, and rusting rivers are the focus of a story by KOTZ's Deseree Hagen.
  • This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KMXT's Brian Venua reports on a flood of Russian fish, and on Bristol Bay's new 400 foot floater, plus Sofia Stuart-Rasi of KUCB on the Qawalagin Tribe's efforts to make mussels safe again in Unalaska.
  • This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KMXT's Davis Hovey reports on a bill that would eliminate double vessel registration for fishermen, Alaska Public Media's Liz Ruskin reports on new bycatch bills from Rep. Mary Peltola, Copper River salmon season has started, according to KUAC's Dan Bross, and it is drill conductor training season for the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association.
  • This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KDLL's Riley Board reports on higher reimbursements for Fisherman's Fund, thanks to new legislation, KSTK's Collette Czarnecki on the closing of the chinook subsistence fishery on the Stikine River, the Alaska Beacon on a state seafood task force, Alaska Public Media's Rachel Cassandra on fish making the WIC-list, plus a Climate Scenarios Workshop is coming to Kodiak.
  • This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines:Robert Woolsey reports on new management for the Little Port Walterchinook hatchery for KCAW, Dan Bross files a report on federal management of Yukon River salmon, and a Kodiak forecast for the commercial salmon season from KMXT's Davis Hovey.
  • This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines:KDLL's Riley Board reports on the federal disaster declaration forsetnetters on the east side of Upper Cook Inlet and on the final rulefor federal management of salmon fisheries in the Upper Cook's EEZ. Crab fishermen were charged in federal court for illegal transport of crab, as reported by CoastAlaska's Angela Denning. And for KFSK Hannah Flor reports on a proposal to change how a popular run of hatchery king salmon near Petersburg is managed,
  • This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Anna Canny looks at the effects of climate change on Gulf of Alaska harvesters for KTOO, Nat Herz of Northern Journal on efforts by the Alaska Senate to help smaller fish processors, Jack Darrell of KRBD reports that Trident's Ketchikan plant has changed hands, and Sitka's Seafood Producer's Cooperative will get an energy upgrade, with federal help, as reported by KCAW.
  • This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KUCB's Theo Greenly reports on the clamor over chum bycatch, and on Peter Pan's mic drop, plus both Senator Sullivan and Commissioner Vincent-Lang have markets on their minds, stories by Brian Venua of KMXT.
  • This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: North Peninsula dungeness season is about to open, as reported by Andy Lusk and Sofia Stuart-Rasi of KUCB, KFSK’s Shelby Herbert reports that Trident has finalized sale of its Petersburg plant,Silver Bay is stepping into Peter Pan’s shoes, according to Theo Greenly of KUCB, Jack …