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2016 Southeast Alaska Chinook Salmon Quota

ADF&G announced the 2016 All Gear harvest limit of 355,600 treaty Chinook (non-Alaska hatchery produced) under the provisions of the Pacific Salmon Treaty. The preseason allocations are: Troll – 263,197 Seine – 15,291 Drift Gillnet – 10,312 Set Gillnet – 1,000 Sport – 65,799 This is in comparison to a not agreed upon under the […]

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Canadian Mine Update by Lt. Governor

Wanted to share this update by Lt Gov. Byron Mallott as well as this update on the status of  Canadian Mines Canadian Mine Status 3.11.16 Dear Alaskan, Thank you for your commitment to the protection of our waters, our livelihoods, and our way of life in Southeast Alaska. I’m writing to update you on our […]

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Survival Craft Regulations AMENDED

USCG sent out a new Marine Safety Information Bulletin about survival craft regulations and as of now, the PAST/CURRENT REGULATORY SURVIVAL CRAFT REGULATIONS ARE BACK IN PLACE. SEE NOTICE BELOW FOR THE MOST CURRENT INFORMATION. MSIB 04-16 Clarification -Survival Craft Requirements for UCFIV1

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SABLEFISH MEETING PRESENTATIONS

The following presentations will be used at the Sablefish meeting 2/19/16 12:30 pm. See agenda for call in information – must use computer or I pad with microphone and camera. It is suggested that you test your system ahead of time. NR 012216 sablefish industry meeting 2.18.16 - Meeting announcement and teleconference/webcast information Sable industry meeting […]

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Thirteen Applicants on Governor’s Desk for Two Possible Alaska Council Seats

SEAFOODNEWS.COM By Peggy Parker – February 12, 2016 There are eleven voting members on the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, six of which represent Alaska. The majority bloc of Alaskan votes will see at least one new face this year because three-term member Duncan Fields will be stepping down in June. Fields, from Kodiak, has […]

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Salmon Study Mooring Buoys at Little Port Walter

The National Marine Fisheries Service, in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey and Rutgers University will be deploying temporary ocean moorings in Southern Chatham Strait near LPW. The moorings are part of a research effort to assess the use of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) for conducting fisheries research and studying the outmigration of juvenile Chinook […]

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ASMI Report and Presentation about Report

ASMI Alaska Seafood Impacts Final Dec2015 2.5.16 - Report ASMI Feb2016 slides 2.5.16 - Presentation with 6 slides summarizing the report

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BLACKCOD ALMANAC 2016

Blackcod Almanac 2016

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King and Tanner Task Force Meeting Jan 29, 2016

The following powerpoint presentations were given at the King and Tanner Task Force Meeting. GKC KTTF 2016 RKC Mark Recapture Update KTTF 2016 SEAK Commercial RKC presentation SEAK Commercial Tanner Crab Presentation 2015-2016 Tanner stock status data packet for distribution

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IPHC Adopted Catch Limits

The IPHC adopted the season dates of March 19-Nov 7, 2016 IPHC adopted catch limits 1.29.16 compares the 2015 and 2016 blue lines, the 2015 harvest and the advice provided by the IPHC conference board and Processor Advisory Group to the Commissioner and adopted catch limits.  

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