An international airplane feud could crimp one of Alaska’s most lucrative fisheries

A new twist in a decade-long trade war over airplanes could crimp one of Alaska's most lucrative fisheries: The European Union is threatening new import taxes on Alaska pollock.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week: The Bering Sea Red King Crab quota may be down this season; the feds extend the comment period for the halibut catch-sharing plan, and doesn't "Fish Heads on the Highway" sound like a good name for a rock band? All that and more coming up on the Alaska Fisheries Report.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, herring fishing is slow around Ketchikan, despite not having an opening since the Bicentennial; ...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, More cuts are looming for the commercial halibut fleet; and we meet a Homer man who was inducted into the Seafood Hall of Fame. KSKA: Friday, 12/2 @ 2:30pm

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week: Seven commercial fishermen have died already this year, prompting renewed emphasis on small boat safety; the challenges of tracking chinook with sonar, and tricking salmon for fun and profit.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, the 27th annual Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium is happening right now in Anchorage; a joint fisheries consultant is being considered by Kodiak's two governments, and how to upgrade your 32-footer.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, Icicle will be heading back to Adak this summer; the state legislature wants to help cities...

The Alaska Fisheries Report With Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, more reaction to the IPHC's recent halibut quota announcement; commercial fishing in Cordova is being threatened by dipnetters, and Yardarm Knot's Naknek cannery has been sold. All that and just how much seafood can a sea otter eat if a sea otter could eat sea... never mind - coming up on the Alaska Fisheries Report. KSKA: Friday, 12/9 @ 2:30pm

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Friday, July 8 at 2:30pm Coming up this week, the chum bycatch in the Pollock B Season is so far even higher than last year; What’s it like fishing from aboard a 100-year-old boat, and can the tiny fishing community of Pelican return to its former glory days?

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week more money from the feds for fishery stock assessment is in the pipeline, Metlakatla's salmon fishery gets certified by the MSC, and NOAA Fisheries wants to hear your voice. All that, and studying how permits get dispersed among the fleet.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, the spring troll season in Southeast could be a little early this year; a federal judge...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, we have a couple stories from the recent North Pacific Fishery Management Council meeting, hear the governor's plan to sell more fish to Europe, and find out how young fishermen can get a jump on learning the ropes.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week: the sockeye run in Bristol Bay dropped off suddenly over the weekend, and some fishermen are looking forward to fishing the silvers; there's plenty of salmon news from Southeast, and Alaska's largest commercial fishing port finally is getting wireless internet coverage.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, we're focusing on one story: the events leading up to the downfall of Senator Lisa Murkowski's fisheries aide, Arne Fuglvog.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, one federal board wants another to crack down on salmon bycatch; herring attention moves westward, and Bristol Bay is...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week: Gulf fixed gear fishermen get a surprise cod opening to end the year; it looks like there'll be another herring fishery this spring in Behm Canal, and how sunlight makes spilled oil especially deadly to fish.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Friday, July 22 at 2:30pm Coming up this week, one man has an idea why the Bristol Bay Sockeye Season came up so short this year; A new study shows Frankenfish can breed with wild salmon if they get loose, and what if the charter halibut fleet could buy commercial halibut quota?

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, Southeast dive fisheries have gotten underway. The City of Pelican is taking over the cannery there, and why that King Crab you're eating is named Hannibal.

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, Togiak herring opened on Sunday, but the fish were just a little too green for fishermen's...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, ASMI changes its slogan in Japan AND looks to South America as a potential customer; IFQs were one of the topics of the recent Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium, and a seasoned skipper writes a book of advice for greenhorns looking to break into Alaska fisheries. KSKA: Friday, 1/6 at 2:30pm