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Channel 2 NewsState fisheries biologists have come up with their forecast for Chitina dipnetting this summer. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is forecasting plenty of reds but not that many kings. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports that commercial...
Tags: Science and Technology, Biology, Aquaculture
LANSING (AP) — Michigan wildlife regulators have developed a draft plan to guide management of the state's fisheries over the next five years. The Department of Natural Resources' Fisheries Division is asking for public response to its plan and...
South Bend TribuneAs we reflect on the past outdoors season, it’s time to think about what the New Year will bring. Overall, I’d say 2012 was a good year for outdoorsmen although the hot dry weather certainly impacted our time on the water and in the woods....
At a historic meeting in Baltimore recently, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC), the fisheries management body representing 15 states along the Eastern Seaboard, resolved to cap the harvest of menhaden at 20 percent less than the...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska State Legislature released a list of dozens of prefiled bills from both chambers Monday as it prepares to convene next week, covering a range of topics from state fisheries to switchblades. House Bill 18, sponsored by Rep. Bill Stoltze (R-...
Kirk Cressley pointed with dismay to the 14 nearly 100-foot long empty fish pools that he cleaned out by hand shovel and wheelbarrow, a project that took a year to accomplish. After he and his wife, Denise, bought the former Kriss Pines Trout Hatchery...
Dungeness crab is a Christmas tradition for seafood lovers across Southern California. But not this year. A combination of a difficult season and this week’s stormy weather has left the area’s life tanks empty – or even worse, filled...
Tags: Roots (tv program), Aquaculture, Holidays
A fish processing ship sitting in the Kodiak harbor, spilled an estimated 150 gallons of diesel fuel on Saturday. The U.S. Coast Guard's Marine Safety Detachment responded to the leak from the vessel Pacific Producer. Officials with the Kodiak...
Tags: U.S. Coast Guard, Diesel Fuel
Call it manifest restaurant destiny. In 2012, Baltimore-based restaurateurs set about expanding their empires, or at least their brands. Clementine opened a second location in the Creative Alliance in Highlandtown, the team behind Langermann's in...
Virginia has awarded 15 grants to localities to improve boating access to public waters. Gov. Bob McDonnell announced the funding from the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries on Monday. The grants total $440,900. They will help pay for...
Muscle-flexing over the archipelago of disputed islands in East Asian seas featured prominently in the political campaigns that have brought forth new leaders for China, Japan and South Korea. But don’t expect an end to the posturing and...
CHARLEVOIX — Over the course of the year, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has decided to reduce Chinook salmon stocking in Lake Michigan by 66.9 percent. Until now, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana state agencies stocked 3.3...
Tags: Aquaculture, Lake Michigan
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