Volunteers are learning how to shuck bivalves in preparation for the Third Annual OysterFest this weekend.
For gillnetters in Northern Southeast, the season started off with lots of big, heavy fish and boats from around the region flocking north for a piece of the action.
In Alaska whale pingers are used to deter whales from running into purse seines and gill nets.
As the Kuskokwim River king salmon run comes to an end, the Department of Fish and Game is looking toward a commercial chum opening in the lower river Friday.
Biologists tracking bears near Mendenhall Glacier this morning came across a fish dump at the end of Valley Boulevard.
Seiners caught about 100,000 chum salmon. During the same time last year, about 700,000 were caught.
Pacific herring are returning to Auke Bay to spawn in the most significant numbers seen in decades.
If you’ve noticed a lot of empty slips in Sitka harbors today, there’s a reason for that: Tuesday was the first day of the summer troll opening for king salmon — and Southeast fishermen are looking at a record high target harvest.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says the first Yukon River spawning king salmon have reached the border with Canada.