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Operational plan submitted for Kenai, Kasilof gillnets

Southeast troll fishermen angry over slashed king quota

Southeast troll fishermen angry over slashed king quota

Kenai River will open with limited king salmon fishing

Kenai River will open with limited king salmon fishing

Strong early numbers for Southcentral kings, Y-K still lagging

Salmon abundance model will be focus of treaty negotiation

Salmon abundance model will be focus of treaty negotiation

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By road, lake and river: Boats make way to Bristol Bay

By road, lake and river: Boats make way to Bristol Bay

Bristol Bay sockeye volume needed to offset lower price

Bristol Bay sockeye volume needed to offset lower price

Council requests study for abundance-based bycatch limits

Report: $1.2 billion of output from Southcentral fishing

Report: $1.2 billion of output from Southcentral fishing

Halibut bodies to meet amid growing bycatch concerns

Halibut bodies to meet amid growing bycatch concerns

Few fish have to swim through more red tape than the Pacific halibut. Halibut has been governed by two regulatory bodies for more than 40 years, and 2015 will hopefully see an increase in mutual understanding between the two, as well as a welcome public display of cooperation.

 

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News and notes from the North Pacific fisheries and beyond by Molly Dischner.

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