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Thu. Jul 19 2018

Supporters of Alaska Salmon Ballot Battle Heavily Outweighed by Opponents

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FFAW Calls on New Fisheries Minister to Defend Owner Operators in Canadian Atlantic Fisheries

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Ocean Cleanup Movement 4Ocean to Pull 1 Millionth Pound of Trash From the Water

Russell Callender Named Director of Washington Sea Grant Summary Thursday, July 19

Wed. Jul 18 2018

Sea to Table Says AP’s Fraud Story Was Misleading

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Alaska Board of Fish Finds for Salmon Emergencies in Chignik and the Yukon

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Maine DMR Awards $340,000 in Grants for Lobster Research  

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Tue. Jul 17 2018

South Alaska Peninsula Fleet Opposes Further Cuts Linked to Chignik Salmon Failure

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Mon. Jul 16 2018

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Bering Sea Fishermen's Association Gets $391,000 Federal Grant for Ocean Cluster Program

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Alaska Tagging Experiment Offers Evidence that Setnet-Caught King Salmon Survive after Release

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Peninsula Clarion] By ELIZABETH EARL - September 28, 2017

After the disastrous summer of 2012, when poor king salmon returns gave commercial Cook Inlet east side set gillnet fishermen only a handful of fishing days throughout the season, Brent Johnson began brainstorming.

A lifelong setnetter in the Clam Gulch area, Johnson knows he is allowed to harvest and sell king salmon under his commercial fishing permits, but he began thinking up ways to winnow out kings from the rest of the salmon. That way, he could release the kings alive and let them head up the river, contributing to escapement goals so the Alaska Department of Fish and Game could leave ...

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