The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jacob Resneck, KMXT - Kodiak This week: A look at the of ice supply for Bristol Bay salmon fishermen, headaches in Homer for p-cod...

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

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

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, a federal judge holds off on the Exxon Valdez Re-Opener; the state legislature considers dedicating...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, a virus that has devastated fish farms around the world has been found in wild salmon stocks in Canada. We have a wrap up of the seine season in Southeast, and the fur flies over sea lions.

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

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak This is the last Alaska Fisheries Report of 2010 - or the first one of 2011, depending on when...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, Seattle Mariner's baseball legend Jay Buhner is thrilled that Copper River salmon is open; and I...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT - Kodiak Coming up this week, the Alaska Board of Fish is meeting in Kodiak right now, but they've got even...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett, KMXT-Kodiak Coming up this week, we have more indication on seafood’s value to the state, a Homer-based crew is safe after taking on...

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, no commercial king fishing on the Yukon again this summer, Area M fishermen skip the first opener in solidarity with AYK fishermen.

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 forecast for Togiak herring has been released, we get a wrap up of the red king crab season, and we hear about efforts to perfect hatchery-rearing of king crab. All that, and Mark Begich plans to meet with representatives of AquaBounty, who he has railed against over genetically engineered salmon.

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 Jennifer Canfield

Coming up this week, Arne Fuglvog will spend less than a six months in prison for his fishing crimes; Southeast Native groups support trimming the sea otter population, but are concerned about some of a plan's ramifications; and the start dates for two crab fisheries will remain flexible. All that and should seats on the North Pacific Council be dedicated to sports fishing? KSKA: Friday, 2/10 at 2:30pm

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Friday, August 5 at 2:00pm One of the most influential men in fisheries policy will be going to prison after admitting to federal fisheries violations. Seafood dot com's John Sackton weighs in on the Arne Fuglvog situation. And, will enough kings reach the border to make the Canadians happy? All that, and the pink salmon season looks strong in Southeast and in Kodiak Island waters.

The special ingredient inside these new gluten-free noodles? Fish, from Alaska.

The featured ingredient in the new gluten-free “protein noodles” stocked at Costco might surprise you: It’s pollock, the unassuming whitefish caught by the millions in the Bering Sea, off Alaska’s coast.

Alaska Fisheries Report With Jay Barrett

Coming up this week: the fall chum run on the Yukon has started, and managers are expecting it to be strong; NOAA has a new plan to address the problem of the charter industry constantly exceeding their harvest limits; and the lessons learned from the ammonia leak at a Sitka cannery.

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, the commercial clam diggers who died last week in Cook Inlet apparently overloaded their skiff, we’ve got an update of the Togiak herring fishery, and Alaska’s fishiest artist is recognized.