Jay Barrett, KDLL, Kenai

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Jay Barrett is the news director at KMXT in Kodiak.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week: the sockeye run in Bristol Bay dropped off suddenly over the weekend, and some fishermen are looking forward to fishing the silvers; there's plenty of salmon news from Southeast, and Alaska's largest commercial fishing port finally is getting wireless internet coverage.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Friday, July 8 at 2:30pm Coming up this week, the chum bycatch in the Pollock B Season is so far even higher than last year; What’s it like fishing from aboard a 100-year-old boat, and can the tiny fishing community of Pelican return to its former glory days?

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week: Seven commercial fishermen have died already this year, prompting renewed emphasis on small boat safety; the challenges of tracking chinook with sonar, and tricking salmon for fun and profit.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, two fishermen are dead after their skiff capsizes, the Yukon King return is weak - again, Nushagak Kings are coming back small, while the market outlook for Southeast salmon is looking up.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, decisions and non-decisions by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council on salmon bycatch in the Gulf and Bering Sea; the Chignik red run is going strong and the Kodiak pink forecast is great.

First Catch Report from Kodiak is In

The first catch report from the Kodiak commercial salmon fishery is in, with a first-day total of more than 32,000 fish harvested.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, no commercial king fishing on the Yukon again this summer, Area M fishermen skip the first opener in solidarity with AYK fishermen.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week in this first show of June, Togiak herring turned out well, new ways to estimate populations might mean a red king crab season in southeast some day again, and spring cleaning the Dutch Harbor way.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, the commercial clam diggers who died last week in Cook Inlet apparently overloaded their skiff, we’ve got an update of the Togiak herring fishery, and Alaska’s fishiest artist is recognized.