The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee yesterday moved a bill to update the Magnuson-Stevens Act, the primary fisheries law in federal waters.
The operator of a salmon hatchery near Petersburg says it is moving forward with plans to rebuild the portion of the facility destroyed by fire in March.
NMFS came out in favor of allowing more fishing in its environmental impact statement released Friday morning.
Starting July 21, Alaska farmers can sign up for the US Department of Agriculture’s Reimbursement Transportation Cost Payment Program.
Officials were worried for the pup's safety with increased activity expected in the Auke Bay area over Memorial Day weekend.
A U.S. Senate panel yesterday moved to require labeling for genetically modified salmon, if it’s approved for sale in this country.
New rules make managing a precarious king salmon run along 700 miles of river will be anything but simple.
Wrangell fishermen are getting their gear ready for the chamber of commerce’s king salmon derby. But some anglers in other towns are already out on the water.
Aerial surveys of herring spawn wrapped up last week in the Juneau District by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Salmon Derby organizers are always optimistic -- but this year, they’ve got evidence.