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Haines fisherman rescued after vessel sinks

Woody Paul, 25, was at the helm of the 36-foot Kyra Dawn when it began taking on water about a mile offshore from William Henry Bay.

Federal fisheries money heads to Senate

Federal fisheries money heads to SenateThe U.S. Senate is poised to pass a spending bill that includes more than $150 million for federal programs important to Alaska’s fishing industry and marine navigation.

10,000 smolts ready for family fishing day

10,000 smolts ready for family fishing dayThe 25th Family Day at the Lake is Saturday.

Sitka herring fishery could open as soon as Thursday

Sitka herring fishery could open as soon as ThursdayThe multi-million dollar Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery could open as early as the end of this week.

Juneau hires new harbormaster

Juneau hires new harbormasterDavid Borg begins his new job in late March, according to Port Director Carl Uchytil.

Japanese Government Defends Dolphin Hunt As Killing Goes On

Japanese Government Defends Dolphin Hunt As Killing Goes OnHis nation's annual dolphin hunt "is a form of traditional fishing in our country," Japanese government spokesman Yoshihide Suga says in response to criticism of the practice from Caroline Kennedy, the new U.S. ambassador in Tokyo.

Update: Nankervis fishing boat ticketed by AWT

CBJ Assemblyman forgot about commercial fishing vessel license for F/V Pisces

U.S. House committee reviewing fisheries observer program

The Magnuson Stevens Act – the federal law that manages and regulates the nation’s fisheries – will expire September 30th.

Top Chef expected to lure ‘foodies’ to Last Frontier, try Alaska seafood

Top Chef expected to lure ‘foodies’ to Last Frontier, try Alaska seafoodLast August's television production included 125 crewmembers that were put up in three Juneau hotels.

Coast Guard responds to two SE vessels in distress

F/V Equity hits rocks and sinks. F/V Alaskan Knight loses prop.
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