By Margaret Bauman
Reprinted from the Alaska Journal of Commerce
A new fishery management program announced Jan. 4 is expected to stabilize the contentious guided sport halibut fishery by permanently limiting participation to some 920 vessels in Southeast and the Central ... Read more »
The Alaska IFQ halibut and sablefish fisheries are an important fisheries management program not just for Alaska, but the entire world. Lessons from this fishery have shaped and will continue to shape the design of quota programs around the globe.
We ... Read more »
December 7, 2009, 10am-5:30 pm.
Presentations were made as follows:
- Bo Meredith – Tree Point
- Scott Forbes – POW/Stikine
- Dave Harris – Taku/Snettisham
- Randy Bachman (presented by Bill Davidson) – Lynn Canal
- Andy Piston – escapements and McDonald Lake update
- Eric Prestegard – DIPAC
- Lon Garrision ... Read more »
The United Fishermen of Alaska met in Seattle this year (November 17-19th) in conjunction with the Fish Expo. USAG is a member of UFA and designates a representative to work with other fishery groups from across the state on statewide ... Read more »