The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jacob Resneck, KMXT - Kodiak This week: Anger among the drift net fleet on over aplan to conserve sockeye on Cook Inlet; a class-action...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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Coming up this week, Southeast dive fisheries have gotten underway. The City of Pelican is taking over the cannery there, and why that King Crab you're eating is named Hannibal.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, herring fishing is slow around Ketchikan, despite not having an opening since the Bicentennial; ...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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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.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jennifer Canfield

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Coming up this week, Arne Fuglvog will spend less than a six months in prison for his fishing crimes; Southeast Native groups support trimming the sea otter population, but are concerned about some of a plan's ramifications; and the start dates for two crab fisheries will remain flexible. All that and should seats on the North Pacific Council be dedicated to sports fishing? KSKA: Friday, 2/10 at 2:30pm

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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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

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Jacob Resneck, KMXT - Kodiak This week: A look at the of ice supply for Bristol Bay salmon fishermen, headaches in Homer for p-cod...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, the spring troll season in Southeast could be a little early this year; a federal judge...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up on this Christmas-week edition, there’s a higher allocation for sablefish next year, a lot of talk...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jennifer Canfield

Coming up this week: Fish and Game reduces limits for two popular sportsfishing rivers in Kodiak, a Southeast village corporation is seeking a federal takeover of the Chatham Strait fisheries and the Sitka Tribe protests a dramatic increase of the Sitka sac roe herring guideline harvest level. KSKA: Friday, 3/30 at 2:30pm

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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Coming up this week, halibut is the fish du jour; there is already some fallout from Alaska salmon packers pulling out of the MSC certification program, and don't ever try to pass of your dog salmon as a king. KSKA: Friday, 2/3 at 2:30pm

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week: The North Pacific Council is taking up Gulf Chinook bycatch at its meeting this week in...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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Coming up this week, the summer salmon harvest could be 25 percent less than last year, increased processor capacity is in the future for the Aleutians, and Atka mackerel are pretty tasty, but are they always nutritious? KSKA: Friday, 1/24 at 2:30pm

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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Friday, July 22 at 2:30pm Coming up this week, one man has an idea why the Bristol Bay Sockeye Season came up so short this year; A new study shows Frankenfish can breed with wild salmon if they get loose, and what if the charter halibut fleet could buy commercial halibut quota?

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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Coming up this week, a virus that has devastated fish farms around the world has been found in wild salmon stocks in Canada. We have a wrap up of the seine season in Southeast, and the fur flies over sea lions.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak This week: big cuts for halibut longliners; a new poll suggests a majority of Alaskans are against the proposed...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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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 special ingredient inside these new gluten-free noodles? Fish, from Alaska.

The featured ingredient in the new gluten-free “protein noodles” stocked at Costco might surprise you: It’s pollock, the unassuming whitefish caught by the millions in the Bering Sea, off Alaska’s coast.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak This week: The EPA announces it will study the Bristol Bay watershed and look at potential impacts of development, including...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

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Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, the Copper River sockeye forecast is looking good for this season, trollers have some money ...